[Air-L] Digital Humanities & Italian studies

Jack Jen Gieseking jgieseking at gmail.com
Sat Aug 20 04:07:43 PDT 2016

An exciting new approach to trying to sort out a disciplines role and
interest in the discipline. Please forward to your Italian Studies widely
as it may launch some interesting conversations.

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Dear colleagues,

In preparation for the Modern Language Association 2017 Conference, we are
seeking feedback on the intersection of Italian Studies and Digital
Humanities. Please help us to better understand the relationship between
these two fields by taking the following survey (c'è anche la versione del
sondaggio in italiano): https://bowdoincollege.qualtri

Your responses will be entirely anonymous and the survey should only take
7-10 minutes. Results will be discussed at the panel "A Roundtable on the
Current State of Digital Humanities in Italian Studies," which will take
place at the annual MLA convention, to be held in Philadelphia from January
5-8, 2017. More information can be found at the MLA Commons site for the
round table: https://dhis.commons.mla.org/2016/05/23/upcoming-roundtable-

Sincerely, e con i più cordiali saluti,

Crystal Hall and Gabriella Papper

Crystal Hall
Associate Professor of Digital Humanities
Digital and Computational Studies<http://www.bowdoin.edu
Bowdoin College
9300 College Station
Brunswick, ME 04011
chall at bowdoin.edu

Jen Jack Gieseking
Assistant Professor of Public Humanities
American Studies Program, Trinity College
300 Summit Street, Hartford, CT  06106
@jgieseking <https://twitter.com/jgieseking>

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