In Fall 2017 I was invited to develop a workshop on the intersection of Digital Humanities and Byzantine Studies for the Byzantine Studies Conference in Minneapolis in 2017. My article on the same topic was published in Peregrinations Journal:
McMichael, A.L. “The Byzantine Scholar’s Digital Portfolio,” in Brad Hostetler and Sarah Blick, eds., Peregrinations, vol. 6, no. 2 (Autumn 2017).
Here’s a synopsis of the event:
Complimentary Graduate Student Development Workshop and Dinner, sponsored by the Mary Jaharis Center for Byzantine Art and CultureThe workshop will introduce graduate students to major issues in the Digital Humanities, for research and in university teaching or in other professional contexts. It will emphasize how a student’s own developing work can result, over several stages, in a successful Digital Humanities project.The moderator is Jennifer Ball (City University of New York). Panelists are Alice Lynn McMichael (Michigan State University), Nita Krevans (University of Minnesota), and Chris Raffensperger (Wittenberg University).
- Lauren F. Klein and Matthew K. Gold, “Digital Humanities: The Expanded Field,” in Debates in the Digital Humanities (2016).
- Ethan Watrall, “Archaeology, the Digital Humanities, and the ‘Big Tent,’” in Debates in the Digital Humanities (2016).