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April 6, 2018
Call for Presenters for 2018 Beyond Boundaries Deadline for proposals: February 19, 2018Event: April 6, 2018 How can virtual reality technologies help us understand poetry? What does music reveal about the brain? The Yale Digital Humanities Lab and STEAM are excited to open submissions for this...
January 11, 2018
WebGL Meeup: Call for Interest Spring semester The Digital Humanities Lab invites expressions of interest in a Web Graphics Library (WebGL) meetup this semester. WebGL is an increasingly popular JavaScript API for building 3D environments. If you work with WebGL or have a strong interest in using...
Making Gay History — The Podcast
January 9, 2018
Join Eric Marcus and Sara Burningham on January 22, at 2:00 - 3:30 PM in the International Room in Sterling Memorial Library. They will guide you through their award-winning podcast, Making Gay History, bringing the voices of LGBTQ history to life. Together they will explain how they came to mine...
I am a Man campaign material from Martin Luther King
January 9, 2018
January 15th at the Beinecke a Temporary Display "Dr. King and the Long Civil Rights Movement" has been created from 12 NOON - 4 PM. Select highlights of the Beinecke Library’s collections related to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and to the African American freedom movement across the 20th ...
Picture of Diana Stuart Sinton, speaker for GIS lecture
January 9, 2018
Concepts such as location, scale, and representation play particularly important roles in knowledge-building, and this contributes to the appeal of GIS as a tool to enhance learning. How institutions provide training, professional development, and academic support varies considerably. In this...
Pati Scobey, [Torso detail], A Printer's Exquisite Corpse (1992). Image copyright Pati Scobey. Used with permission.
January 8, 2018
Though damaged and incomplete, the marble figure in Rainer Maria Rilke’s poem “Archaic Torso of Apollo” still commands a powerful presence “from all the borders of itself” (trans. Stephen Mitchell). With such anthropomorphic anatomy as spines, heads, fronts, and backs, books are conceptualized as...

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