CDS has organized a table at the ALA midwinter meeting in Boston (January 15-18, 2010) on “Showcasing Digital Humanities”, which will include eight other digital humanities centers, projects, and publishers. It promises to be an interesting event. The table is sponsored by the Association for Computers and the Humanities, to enable digital humanities centers and projects to have a presence at ALA without shouldering the full (high!) cost of a vendor booth on their own.
The groups represented include:
- SAHARA project (Society of Architectural Historians)
- Rotunda Press (University of Virginia)
- Indiana University Library
- MITH (University of Maryland)
- University of North Carolina Library
- Center for Digital Research in the Humanities (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)
- University of Chicago Library
- NINES (University of Virginia)
and of course Brown’s Center for Digital Scholarship.
CDS will be showing projects and collections including the Anne S. K. Brown collection, the Women Writers Project, and Digital Humanities Quarterly. CDS representatives at the table will include Patrick Yott, Julia Flanders, John Melson, and Ann Caldwell.
We’ll be at table 2628 in the exhibit hall–come say hello!