Humanities Informatics Lecture Series (Fall 2005)

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David Gants: Humanities Computing, University of New Brunswick, " From McKerrow to McGoogle: Scholarly Editing as a Meta-Enterprise," Monday, October 10, 2005. Evans Library, room 204E, 4:00 pm.

Ruzena Bajcsy: Department of Computer Science & Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, University of California - Berkeley, " Information Technology for Humanities and Social Sciences," Monday, November 7, 2005. Langford Building B Auditorium, 4:00 pm.

Christine Neuwirth: Department of English and Human-Computer Interaction Institute, Carnegie Mellon University, " Reading and Writing Spaces: Reflections on the Role of the Visual," Tuesday, November 22, 2005. Evans Library, room 204E, 4:00 pm.

Humanities Informatics Lecture Series (Spring 2005)

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George Landow: English and Art History, Brown University, " What Happens to Scholarship in E-Space?," Thursday, February 3, 2005. Evans Library, room 204E, 4:00 pm.

Helen Nissenbaum: Cultural & Communication and Computer Science, New York University, " Contextual Integrity: Privacy as a Cultural Value," Thursday, February 15, 2005. Evans Library, room 204E, 4:00 pm.

Allen Renear: Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, " Grand Challenges in Humanities Computing: The Document Modeling Problem as an Example," Thursday, March 1, 2005. Evans Library, room 204E, 4:00 pm.

Humanities Informatics Lecture Series (Fall 2004)

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John Unsworth, Dean and Professor, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, "What is Humanities Computing and What is Not?, " Friday, September 10, 2004.  Evans Library, room 204E, 11am. Video of the Lecture

Nancy Kaplan, Director, School of Information Arts and Technologies, University of Baltimore," Future Libraries, Future Literacies: What Children May Be Telling Us," Monday, October 25, 2004.  Evans Library, room 204E, 4pm. Video of the Interview | Video of the Lecture

Douglas Barnett, Assistant Director, Center for Studies in Texas History, Texas State Historical Association, "Digital Collaborations: New Frontiers in Academic Discourse," Thursday, November 11, 2004.  Evans Library, room 204E, 4pm. Video of the Interview | Video of the Lecture

Humanities Informatics Lecture Series (Spring 2004)

Mark Bernstein, Eastgate Systems, "Software Aesthetics: tools and patterns of hypertext," 22 April 2004.  Evans Library, room 204E, 3pm. Video of the Lecture

Cathy Marshall, Microsoft Corporation, "The Future of Reading, or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Screen," 28 April 2004.  Evans Library, room 204E, 2pm. Video of the Lecture

Michael L. Nelson, Old Dominion University, "A Review of Institutional Repository Projects and Technologies," 6 May 2004.  Evans Library, room 204E, 2pm. Video of the Lecture

Humanities Informatics Lecture Series (Spring 2003)

Andrew Dillon, Dean, School of Information, University of Texas ¯ Austin, "Humanizing Computers: Designing for People not Users," 25 February 2003. A streaming video of this lecture is available at rtsp://urstream.tamu.edu/GCHR/Glasscock_Dillon.rm. (Note: RealPlayer should be installed in order to view this lecture.  Click here to download RealPlayer.)

Clifford Lynch, Director, Coalition for Networked Information, Washington, D.C., "Scholarly Communication in a Digital World," 27 March 2003.

Gregory Crane, Director, The Perseus Project, Tufts University, "Humanities and Information Technology," 23 April 2003.

Other News and Events

The Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research has made five grants to support the Humanities Informatics (HI) initiative, in which the center is a partner with the Center for the Study of Digital Libraries and the Texas A&M University Libraries. The grants are funded by the Office of the Vice President for Research. See the Projects & Publications Page for information on projects selected.

The Melburn G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research maintains a calendar of events and opportunities relevant to Humanities Informatics at http://www.tamu.edu/chr/Calendar/calendarfront.html.