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Humanist Archives: March 27, 2020, 7:40 a.m. Humanist 33.700 - virtual events: New Technologies in Renaissance Studies

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 700.
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        Date: 2020-03-26 20:41:49+00:00
        From: Randa El Khatib 
        Subject: Invitation to register for the NTRS-DH@RSA virtual conference

Hi, everyone,

Since the Renaissance Society of America's (RSA) annual conference was
cancelled, the New Technologies and Renaissance Studies (NTRS) in
collaboration with the RSA Discipline Representative for Digital
Humanities are offering some of their presentations in a virtual setting
as a way for our community to share their research and receive feedback.

You are invited to register for the NTRS-DH@RSA virtual conference

The virtual conference consists of recorded presentations and an
optional Twitter discussion. By registering, you will gain access to the
password-protected videos that will be posted on March 31 and can be
viewed in advance of the Twitter discussion.

The Twitter discussion will be held on April 2 and replicates the
in-person experience of conference panels. Presenters will have assigned
sessions and timeslots to tweet out some of the main points of their
presentations, during which the audience can engage with papers by
asking presenters questions, offering feedback, and responding to the

The Twitter discussion is optional: you can still register and gain
access to the videos and contact information of participants to follow
up via private discussion, should you prefer that.

We really welcome your participation in the virtual conference.
Registration is free; please register by March 30by following this
registration will remain open until April 2. The program for the Twitter
discussion is available on the event page here

Registered participants will receive a more detailed email about how to
participate in the Twitter conference, as well as the password for
accessing the videos.

We hope to 'see' you there -- in the meantime, don't hesitate to reach
out with any questions!

Best wishes,

Randa El Khatib and Caroline Winter

                For the New Technologies and Renaissance Studies and the
RSA discipline Digital Humanities panels

Randa El Khatib (PhD Candidate), University of Victoria
Assistant Director (Open Knowledge Initiatives), Electronic Textual
Cultures Lab
Associate Director, Digital Humanities Summer Institute
Managing Editor, /Early Modern Digital Review/
| @randaelka

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