FLDH Fall 2020 Webinar Series

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With the cancellation of our 2020 conference, we lost the opportunity to meet and connect in person, but FLDH is finding new ways to share our stories across the state. Join us for our Digital Humanities in the Sunshine State (and beyond!) 2020-2021 Webinar Series. Registration for our first five webinars is now open on the FLDH website, with more coming in Spring 2020. Can’t attend? The webinars will be recorded and available on our website. 

Digital Humanities in the Sunshine State (and beyond) 2020-2021 Webinar Series.

Using an Interactive Timeline to Contextualize Art History
Jesslyn Parrish, University of Central Florida, Ph.D. student
Friday, October 23, 2 p.m.
Register for this webinar here.
Don of a New Age: A Digital Exploration of Don Quixote Melissa Garr, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Spanish & Marina Morgan, MISt., Metadata Librarian, Florida Southern CollegeFriday, October 30, 2 p.m.
Register for this webinar here.
Documenting Africa: Digitally Storytelling African Cultures Through Space and Time.
Mary Anne Lewis Cusato, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director of French & Francophone Studies, Co-Director, Global Studies Institute, Ohio Wesleyan University; & Nancy Demerdash-Fatemi, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Art History, Albion College.
Friday, November 6, 2 p.m.
Register for this webinar here.
Primary Source Literacy: Teaching a Diverse Florida through Online Public History Collections
Molly Castro, Digital Humanities Librarian, Florida International University, Rachel Walton, Digital Archivist, Rollins College, & Christopher Davis, Professor, Florida International University.
Thursday, November 12, 2 p.m.
Register for this webinar here.
Beyond “Compare”: Exploring Drafts, Translations, and Variants in a University Repository Service. 
Sarah Stanley, Florida State University, Digital Humanities Librarian
Wednesday, December 2, 2 p.m.
Register for this webinar here.