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Humanist Archives: April 17, 2020, 7:26 a.m. Humanist 33.774 - events: Day of DH2020

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 33, No. 774.
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        Date: 2020-04-16 21:59:19+00:00
        From: Elli Mylonas 
        Subject: Save the Date: April 29 is Day of DH 2020

CenterNet is very excited to share with you the news that Day of DH 2020
will take place Wednesday April 29 on Twitter, with the hashtag
#dayofdh2020. Given the constrained circumstances under which many of us
are living as we try to 'flatten the curve' of Covid-19, we hope that you
can join us to share what you do as a digital humanist, how and what you
have been doing in DH while working from home, and how you are leading your
lives in a changed world. How might DH help in times like these, and what
is the effect of Coronavirus on DH work?

CenterNet is also organizing a Floating Day of DH Meet-up that continues
around the world, throughout the day. Please check the Day of DH 2020 web
page (https://dhcenternet.org/initiatives/day-of-dh/2020) for information
on scheduled times and details on how to join.

What are you working on? Is there a project you love or want to disseminate
to a wider public? What is going on in your day? How are you adjusting to
changed circumstances? And what comes next?

See you on the 29th!

More information about Day of DH is on the CenterNet website:
https://dhcenternet.org/initiatives/day-of-dh/2020 or use this contact
form:  https://dhcenternet.org/contact

And follow the @DayofDH twitter account. Please retweet!

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