Digital Humanities at Berkeley will be hosting its Summer Institute (DHBSI) from August 15 – 19, 2016. The Summer Institute is an opportunity for the Berkeley digital humanities community to gather for intensive training and collaboration. The Summer Institute is open to faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students affiliated with Berkeley through fall semester 2016. The program is free of cost for all participants.
This year’s course offerings include:
- Qualitative Data Analysis *new*
- Data Workflows and Network Analysis
- Database Development Using Drupal
- Geospatial Analysis
- Computational Text Analysis
Apply for the 2016 Summer Institute
Submit a brief application for the Summer Institute via this webform. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
Tara McPherson is Associate Professor of Critical Studies at the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts. She is a core faculty member of the Media Arts + Practice (IMAP) program, USC’s innovative practice based-Ph.D., and also an affiliated faculty member in the American Studies and Ethnicity Department. Her research engages the cultural dimensions of media, including the intersection of gender, race, affect and place. She has a particular interest in digital media. Her research focuses on the digital humanities, early software histories, gender, and race, as well as upon the development of new tools and paradigms for digital publishing, learning, and authorship. She is the Founding Editor ofVectors, www.vectorsjournal.org, a multimedia peer-reviewed journal affiliated with the Open Humanities Press, and is a founding editor of the MacArthur-supported International Journal of Learning and Media (launched by MIT Press in 2009.)