[globaloutlookDH-l] Global Digital Humanities Symposium Updates: Apply to Join 2022 Planning Committee, Proceedings & Recordings Available

Mapes, Kristen kmapes at msu.edu
Fri Jun 11 07:54:14 MDT 2021

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Global Digital Humanities Symposium: Updates and Opportunities

2021 Proceedings

The Global Digital Humanities Symposium is pleased to share the videos<https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLI4NLfLBr4hxTRrzVu1sQtB_lFtzVsWnc> from the April 12-15 event and to (for the first time) share Symposium Proceedings<https://msuglobaldh.hcommons.org/>. The recordings are available with the permission of the presenters, and accordingly not all presentations are available. The Proceedings include materials as provided by presenters interested in participating in the proceedings. We look forward to continuing and growing the Symposium Proceedings in future years.

Thank you to all the presenters, volunteers, and planning committee members who made the 2021 Symposium a success!

2022 Planning Committee

We are looking toward the 2022 Symposium and invite Global DH community members to apply to join the Planning Committee. Fill out the application form<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScRbF5rrbK0PsC-IudeO5Av0Lqu_HzmDwvmIvkBAaSNcQI8jA/viewform> by Monday, June 28. Below is a short description of the committee work. Find a full description, including subcommittee work on the Symposium website here<http://msuglobaldh.org/2022-planning-committee/>.

The Global Digital Humanities Symposium 2022 will be organized by a planning committee of 10-12 people. The committee as a whole will meet monthly (virtually) beginning in July 2021 through May 2022 in order to plan, execute, and close out the 2022 event. Committee members will join one of three subcommittees (each including 3-4 people) which will also meet monthly (virtually) and as needed. Attendance at the Symposium (whether in person and/or virtually) is required for committee members.

We recognize the extraordinary time and commitment that this process requires. As such, we will provide a letter of appreciation for their work and a $300 (USD) honorarium to committee members after the 2022 Symposium. Because we depend on the commitment of planning committee members for the success of the Symposium, however, we reserve the right to remove from the committee anyone who does not participate in committee and/or subcommittee work for two months or longer (either via meeting attendance or through email contribution).

Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions about the proceedings, the 2022 planning committee, or anything else relating to the Symposium.

All best,


Kristen Mapes
Assistant Director of Digital Humanities, College of Arts & Letters
Michigan State University
East Lansing MI
kmapes at msu.edu

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