Bryn Mawr College is holding a digital humanities workshop on Thursday, March 21 and Friday, March 22, in the Benham Gateway Conference Room. All are invited to attend.
The workshop, titled “Traces of Mind Control From Cold War America: Exploring the Challenges of International Digital Humanities Initiatives,” covers the challenges of completing small scale cooperative international digital humanities projects.
On Thursday, keynote speaker Michael O’Malley, associate director of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, will present “Direction in International Digital Humanities Initiative-Where Do We Stand Now” to kick off the event.
For more information about the project the workshop scholars were involved with, see the “Traces of Mind Control From Cold War America” website. This event is sponsored by the 1902 Lecture Fund, the Center for International Studies, the Center for Visual Culture, the Department of History, and the Program in Gender and Sexuality Studies.