By Claire Ross, on 14 April 2010
The first continental THATCamp is to be held May 18–19, 2010 – Paris, France. It’s a brilliant opportunity to contribute to the Digital Humanities Field. THATCamp is a user-generated “unconference” on digital humanities. It is a brilliant opportunity to present work, share knowledge, and actively collaborate with fellow digital humanities scholars.
The spectrum of digital humanities is broad, and the first European ThatCamp, can afford to cover very diverse areas. To find out more about ThatCamp Paris 2010, you can view the ThatCamp Paris blog or the ThatCamp Paris wiki.
Who should attend?
Anyone with energy and an interest in digital humanities: Advanced students, researchers, teachers, engineers, librarians and lovers of Humanities and Social Sciences
you can register your name in the list of applications.
you can suggest a workshop.
you can offer your help.