Conférence de Dino Felluga (Purdue University)

Notre centre est heureux d’accueillir Dino Felluga (Purdue University) pour une conférence intitulée « Open Assembly and the Collective: Digital Humanities after the Collapse of the Humanities » à l’Université Concordia le jeudi 28 mars à 16h :

Given the ways that universities and government agencies have increasingly limited the amount of money available for humanities projects, this talk asks, “how can we build sustainable resources at a time of collapse?” Rather than bemoan the current situation, the talk proposes that we need to rethink how we fund and maintain the work that we do.

Bio: Dino Franco Felluga is Professor of English at Purdue University. He is also the general editor of BRANCH: Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History at http://branchcollective.org and of COVE: Collaborative Organization for Virtual Education at http://covecollective.org. His talk extends the argument of his next book, Novel-Poetry: The Shape of the Real and the Problem of Form (forthcoming Oxford UP, 2024), to the building of real-world, digital-humanities resources.

[Prof. Felluga donnera aussi un atelier sur le projet COVE le mardi 26 mars à l’université de Montréal.]

 

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