Friday, 4 January, 1:45–3:00 p.m., Back Bay D, Sheraton
A special session
Presiding: Richard A. Grusin, Univ. of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
Richard A. Grusin's Annotation:For transcripts of presentations, see:
Speakers: Wendy H. Chun, Brown Univ.; Richard A. Grusin; Patrick Jagoda, Univ. of Chicago; Tara McPherson, Univ. of Southern California; Rita Raley, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
Richard A. Grusin's Annotation:Sadly Tara McPherson was unable to participate.
This roundtable explores the impact of digital humanities on research and teaching in higher education and the question of how digital humanities will affect the future of the humanities in general. Speakers will offer models of digital humanities that are not rooted in technocratic rationality or neoliberal economic calculus but that emerge from and inform traditional practices of humanist inquiry.
Genre, Theory, Method – Electronic Technology (Teaching, Research, and Theory)
The Profession – General