In the Caribbean Sea, Dreaming Futures of the Digital and the Humanities
06 March 2017, 5:30 pm–6:30 pm
UCL Centre for Digital HumanitiesGower StreetLONDONWC1E 6BTUnited Kingdom
The digital and the humanities sit at a busy intersection: digital humanities, public humanities, and radical potentialities of the humanities. This talk begins with the dreaming that brought into being the Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC), and extends to connecting and sharing our community of practice in libraries to activate our digital and/as public humanities community.
Building from the example of dLOC, this presentation includes ways of approaching and envisioning the digital humanities as the humanities in, for, and of the digital age.
The slides from the talk are available below:
Laurie Taylor is Digital Scholarship Librarian at the University of Florida. Her job duties focus on leading development for socio-technical (e.g., people, policies, technologies, communities) aspects of scholarly cyberinfrastructure to support a culture of transformative collaboration for digital and public scholarship, or scholarship that produces broadly accessible research results. Laurie is also Editor-in-Chief of the LibraryPress@UF and Digital Scholarship Director, Digital Library of the Caribbean (dLOC, www.dLOC.com)