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DH Afternoons is a forum dedicated to supporting and celebrating Digital Humanities work being done by students, staff, and faculty on campus. Please join us to learn about the exciting advancements being made by the DH community here at UNL.

Each DH Afternoon is comprised of a 20 minute presentation from a student, staff member, or non-CDRH faculty member, followed by a 20 minute presentation by a CDRH faculty fellow or affiliate. There is time for discussion following the talks.

View past DH Afternoon events at https://cdrh.unl.edu/dh-afternoons-previous.

April 15, 2020

POSTPONED

We are sorry to announce that the fourth installment of DH Afternoons has been cancelled due to precautions surrounding COVID-19. We will return in the fall for the 2020-2021 season.

Christy Hyman Graduate Research Assistant, History

Ashlyn Stewart Graduate Research Assistant, English

Samantha Gilmore Graduate Research Assistant, English

The Charles Chesnutt Digital Archive: Semester in Review

Dr. Robert ShepardAssistant Professor, Geography

Historical GIS and the Experiential Perspective

Artistic rendition of Chesnutt in front of text by Samantha Gilmore
Screenshot of map from Placing Segregation website

Previous 2019-2020 DH Afternoons Events

Events from Past Seasons: https://cdrh.unl.edu/dh-afternoons-previous.

September 25, 2019

3:30 - 4:30 pm
Peterson Room, Love Library South room 221

Laura Weakly Metadata Encoding Specialist,
University Libraries

All that Glitters Will Not Be Encoded: Fun Finds and Fiction in Historical Correspondence

Dr. Brian Pytlik Zillig Digital Initiatives Librarian, University Libraries

Dr. Stephen Ramsay Susan J. Rosowski Associate University Professor, English

Muybridge I

Letters and envelopes randomly scattered in a box
Colorful humanoid figures walking left to right

November 13, 2019

3:30 - 4:30 pm
Dudley Bailey Library, Andrews Hall room 228

Linda Garcia Merchant Doctoral Student, English Co-founder, Chicana Por Mi Raza Digital Memory Collective

Telling a Lie, Praxis as Purpose: Teaching Intro to DH Estilo Chingona

Dr. Ng'ang'a Muchiri Assistant Professor, English

A Rhetorical Reading of the 1902 Edward VII & Menelik II Addis Ababa Treaty

Image of a torso filled with images and the text 'to form a more perfect union' with the word 'witness' over the top, a diagram of a pulley is on the lower right of the image
Title and text from beginning of Adis Adaba Treaty of 1902

February 12, 2020

3:30 - 4:30 pm
Peterson Room, Love Library South room 221

Luke Hollis Founder and Engineer, Archimedes Digital

How (not) to run a digital humanities startup:
Building our shared digital cultural heritage and connecting creatively to artists and makers through the last five millennia

Dr. Effie Athanassopoulos Associate Professor, Anthropology and Classics

UNL Campus Archaeology: Building Digital Resources

Cell phone held up to archaeology site displays paint and details with augmented reality
Photograph of pieces of pottery and other items found in excavations of UNL's campus