DHSoCal Meeting

Friday, April 18 from 10 to 1 p.m. at the Seuss Room in Geisel Library, University of California, San Diego

Digital Humanities – Southern California will be hosting a meeting open to all practitioners of digital humanities and those who are curious to know more. This meeting will be geared toward sharing our local assets, challenges, ongoing projects, and ideas.

Please RSVP if you plan on attending, either in person or virtually. Lunch will be provided for those who attend in person.

Tentative Agenda

1) Introductions

2) Discussion of current projects, plans, partnerships, and efforts underway

3) Discussion of desired future efforts: thinking strategically 5 years-out

a) West Coast DH undergrad conference
b) THAT Camp

4) Collaboration
a) Teaching DH classes/ student projects across campuses
b) Sharing successful models for teaching and institution-building
c) Pooling institutional contacts to funding agencies

5) Build out DHSoCal website

Additional topics for discussion:

May 16 4Hum event
SouthWest Regional DH event

Directions, parking, and bus information here

This event is sponsored by the Geisel Library and the Center for the Humanities.

We’re back, and with a new look!

Our new logo!
Although the Southern California digital humanities community has remained busy, the DH SoCal blog had to take a bit of a hiatus, but we’re back! And with a new look! Thank you to Liz Losh (@lizlosh from UCSD) for our new logo and header graphic, and to Colleen Greene (@colleengreene from CSUF) for our refreshed blog design.
Take a look around the new site organization to familiarize yourself with how to post to our blog, calendar, jobs list, CFPs, people directory, and project directory.
Anyone from the SoCal DH community, or with an interest in digital humanities in Southern California, is welcome to join our site and network. Learn more about Connecting with us!


After learning after the fact about a digital humanities event at another campus that I would have liked to have attended for the umpteenth time, I decided to create a central clearinghouse for event announcements and a site for virtual conversations related to digital humanities for students and scholars living in southern California. I’ll be sending out invitations to contribute shortly. If you would like to be involved in posting announcements or participating in the conversation, let me know.