The University of Louisiana at Lafayette’s History Department organizes a Digital Humanities conference (THATCamp) Wednesday March 4 and Thursday March 5 (morning) 2015 in the new Student Union. Dealing with the uses of digital tools and technology to create, preserve, share, and teach materials in the Humanities, THATCamp offers opportunities to discuss what the digital bring to the field. Sessions will be designed the day of the conference and there is no Call for Paper. Participants will discuss the uses of the digital through sessions about, for instance, Text Encoding / Data Mining / GIS / Omeka and online exhibition / Crowdsourcing … etc. In addition to university scholars, participants from archives, libraries, museums, historic sites, and other cultural heritage associations using digital technology are particularly welcome. Registration will only open mid-January but feel free to contact Dr. Thomas Cauvin at email@example.com for additional information regarding the conference and logistics.
New Student Union, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Registration fee $25 (see the website)