Digital Humanities Open Mic featured the presentations:
“The John Milton Digital Library” by Dana Haugh, Web Services Librarian.
“Latino Long Island: A Cultural and Social Map” by Adrián Pérez Melgosa, Associate Professor Hispanic Languages and Literature; Sung-Gheel (Gil) Jang, Lecturer, Sustainability Studies Director of the Geospatial Center; Natalia Chamorro, Graduate Student Hispanic Languages and Literature; and José (Beni) Chueca, Graduate Student Hispanic Languages and Literature.
“Hello from the Children of Planet Earth: the Voyager Interstellar Mission Golden Record” by Darren Chase, Scholarly Communication Librarian.
Working on a digital humanities project, or interested in starting one? Join SBU Libraries for a Digital Humanities Open Mic event on Thursday, May 5th at 3:00 PM. Participants are invited to give lightning talks about their projects (5-7 minutes) and to provide feedback for other presenters.
Not currently involved in a project? Stop by for inspiration, community, and to learn more about how the Libraries can support your research.
Where is it? The Center for Scholarly Communication, room C-2601, located on the second floor of the Central Reading Room in Melville Library.