This year I am delighted to co-convene the Northwestern University Digital Humanities Laboratory (NUDHL, or “Noodle”) Research Seminar at the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities. As my co-convener Jillana Enteen puts it, our goal this year is to think about—and think through—the digital humanities in a more meaningful and robust way. If you are a Northwestern faculty member or graduate student, we hope you can join us in discussion and exploration of the digital humanities. If you are following along from beyond campus (or on campus but you cannot attend our seminars), we’ll be tweeting and blogging about our investigations throughout the academic year. We invite you to participate as well.
You can find us at www.nudhl.net.