“Visualizing Communities through the Digital Humanities —Textual and Historical”
Chair: Dennis Denisoff
Area: Culture & Media Studies
From early-modern theatre troupes, to local LGBTQ networks, to the characters populating Dickens’s London, communities vary in their formal qualities and the cultural or affective ‘glue’ that sustains them. Focusing on the digital humanities’ visualization of communities, this session seeks papers addressing the current, critical crossroads of digital technology and humanities-based modes of inquiry. Presenters may theorize dh visualization methods, address technical research issues, or demonstrate challenges faced in actual projects.
For more information and to submit proposals visit: https://nemla.org/convention/2015/cfp.html