Text Analysis for the Humanities Workshop

Room E272, Golda Meir Library

Presented by Karl Holten, Ann Hanlon (UWM); Chris Endemann, Jennifer Patino (UW-Madison). Join us for this three-day introduction to text analysis methods, developed for humanities researchers. This is a pilot workshop – in addition to sharing skills, we are looking …

Text Analysis for the Humanities Workshop

Room E272, Golda Meir Library

Presented by Karl Holten, Ann Hanlon (UWM); Chris Endemann, Jennifer Patino (UW-Madison). Join us for this three-day introduction to text analysis methods, developed for humanities researchers. This is a pilot workshop – in addition to sharing skills, we are looking …

Text Analysis for the Humanities Workshop

Room E272, Golda Meir Library

Presented by Karl Holten, Ann Hanlon (UWM); Chris Endemann, Jennifer Patino (UW-Madison). Join us for this three-day introduction to text analysis methods, developed for humanities researchers. This is a pilot workshop – in addition to sharing skills, we are looking …

When Silicon Hallucinates: Deception Machines in an Age of Ontological Crisis

Room E272, Golda Meir Library

Presented by David Witzling, UWM Peck School of the Arts. In the present moment, “truth” is becoming an increasingly contested term.  Between fake news, UFO disclosure, and popular deep fakes, generative AI will play an increasingly prominent role in complicating …

Great Books Virtual Roundtable Discussion

Online

T. S. Eliot The Waste Land (1922) No expertise or prerequisites are required. We only ask that you read the selected text. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ZOOM SESSION If you think you will be attending the session, please send Max Yela …

Digital Humanities Teaching Fellows Panel

Room E272, Golda Meir Library

Drew Blanchard (English, CGS), Anushmita Mohanty (English), Sarah Schaefer (Art History) Join us for a discussion with the 2023 DH Fellows Teaching cohort, and how they grappled with new tools for building digital archives, analyzing poetry, and using games to …

Craft Talk: Kimberly Blaeser and Laura Tohe

Fourth Floor Conference Center, Golda Meir Library

Please join us for a conversation with these two nationally-recognized writers about interdisciplinary practices and collaborations. Both poets have engaged in several inter-arts projects, including Laura Tohe's libretto and Kim Blaeser's photography and picto-poems, among others. Each also will read …

Great Books Virtual Roundtable Discussion

Online

William Shakespeare Henry VI, Part 1  (ca. 1591) No expertise or prerequisites are required. We only ask that you read the selected text. INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE ZOOM SESSION If you think you will be attending the session, please send Max …