Welcome to the site of the First Annual Digital Innovation and
Scholarship in the Social Sciences and Humanities Symposium (DISSH) at
East Carolina University! DOWNLOAD PROGRAM
This symposium explores the opportunities inherent in digital projects
for interdisciplinary and collaborative research and education,
hallmarks of the twenty-first century university. Together, the speakers
who will inaugurate this annual symposium point to the promise and
potential of digital projects to bring people together from across the
university setting, creating synergies across academic computing,
libraries, departments and interdisciplinary programs.
This year’s keynote lecture will be delivered by David Lee Miller of the
Center for Digital Humanities at the University of South Carolina.
Other invited lectures feature talks by David Staley (Dept. of History,
Director of the Goldberg Center, Ohio State University), Natalie
Kononenko (Kule Chair in Ukranian Ethnography, University of Alberta),
Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem (Digital Scholarship and Services,
College of Charleston Libraries) and Paul Jones (School of Media and
Journalism, School of Information and Library Science, UNC-Chapel Hill).
And a lightning-round of presentations will also create a format for
presenters already engaged in digital work from East Carolina University
and the surrounding region.
Join us at DISSH 2015 in Greenville on Wednesday March 18, 2015, 2-6pm!
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J.Y. Joyner Library
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DISSH SYMPOSIUM COMMITTEE
Dr. Benjamin Fraser, Professor and Chair of Foreign Languages and Literatures
Kevin Baxter, Associate Dean of the Honors College
Dr. Lida Cope, Associate Professor of English
Joyce Joines Newman MFA, Instructional Consultant, Office for Faculty Excellence
Ginny Sconiers, Information Technology Manager, Information Technology and Computing Services (ITCS)
Dr. Kirk St. Amant, Professor of Technical and Professional Communication and International Studies
Dr. Jill Twark, Associate Professor of German