“Digital Humanities” describes efforts to study digital technologies and culture, employ computational practices in research and teaching, and reflect upon the impact of the digital. The Digital Humanities Initiative at SDSU seeks to promote such critical engagement by providing a hub for strategic innovation and collaboration across campus.
The Digital Humanities Showcase and Electronic Literature Competition are just around the corner!
Call for Submissions: Submit your best Digital Humanities work here for the showcase. Also, be sure to submit your finest born-digital work to the E-lit competition and have the opportunity to talk about your project and possibly win some cash—the winning prize is $250! All entries for the E-lit competition should be submitted to Dr. Jessica Pressman at email@example.com no later than 11:59 PM on April 28th, 2019.
(E-lit typically involves computer-born projects such as VR, digital storytelling methods, hybrid media projects, etc.)