Category Archive: Announcements

Nov 11

Dork Shorts: Get Ready Now

One of the plenary sessions this weekend will be dedicated to what we call “dork shorts.” The idea is simple: anyone who wants gets two minutes to introduce a project that he or she is working on. That’s two (2) minutes as in 120 seconds, not two minutes as in ten minutes. You’ll have the …

Continue reading »

Oct 29

Do Your THATCamp Duty!

To make an unconference like THATCamp New England work, we all have to pull our own weight. That means you have two duties: Write a session proposal. What we’ll talk about at THATCamp depends on what you propose. Writing out your session proposals in advance is crucial, because we’ll vote on which sessions to hold …

Continue reading »

Jul 13

First Batch of Acceptances

We’ve accepted the first batch of applicants to THATCamp New England 2010. If you applied before July, you should have received an e-mail letting you know that you’ve been accepted, and another with login details for this site. If you applied and haven’t been accepted yet, don’t worry. We’ll accept the next batch in early …

Continue reading »

Jun 19

THATCamp Ground Rules

Tom Scheinfeldt of CHNM has published a list of three THATCamp ground rules on his blog. If you want an introduction to the ethos of THATCamp, read his post.

Jun 11

Applications Now Open

We’re now accepting applications to THATCamp New England and to BootCamp—the educational camp within a camp. We hope you’ll join us at the Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston on November 13–14, 2010. Please take a minute to read about THATCamp and BootCamp, then apply. Once you’ve applied, please consider getting involved in helping and …

Continue reading »

May 25

Help Organize THATCamp New England

If you’re interested in helping to organize THATCamp New England, or if you want to listen in to the organization process, please join us at our new Google Group. More details are available at that link. As always, you can check out our Get Involved page, which will soon be updated with more information.

Apr 28

Welcome to the Website!

Welcome to the website of THATCamp New England. A group of digital humanists from around New England are planning to put together a series of unconferences about digital humanities. These camps will be part of the THAT [The Humanities and Technology] Camp network that started at the Center for History and New Media and is …

Continue reading »

Apr 27

Organizing Crew

Many thanks to the organizing crew for getting THAT Camp New England off the ground. We hope to host a camp at different schools around New England each fall and spring. Here is the group who has been involved so far: Steve Lubar Brown University Twitter Id: @lubar Adam Lipkin Brandeis University Twitter Id: @Yendi Heather Prescott CCSU Twitter …

Continue reading »

Skip to toolbar