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Scholarly Communication Lecture April 9
Johanna Drucker (UCLA) comes to Case for the April 9 Scholarly Communication Lecture Series at KSL. Digital Humanities Fellow 2008-09 at the Stanford Humanities Center, Dr. Drucker worked on a project there called "Diagramming Interpretation" and she continues to explore the environment of humanities, digital scholarship and the roles for various collaborations & partnerships.
Dr. Drucker's lecture discusses her experiences as a co-founder of SpecLab, a digital humanities laboratory at the University of Virginia, her work at UCLA, and her interests in history of the book, print culture, information, and more.
The Kelvin Smith Library Scholarly Communication Lecture Series is free of charge to the Case Western Reserve University community and Ohio academic and library communities. Reservations are not required, however seating is limited and is on a first-come basis.
The 2009/2010 Scholarly Communication Lecture Series is generously funded by the Mario M. Morino Fund for the Innovation and Application of Advanced Information Technologies and the David R. Bender Endowment Fund for Library Staff Development.
Posted by Karen Oye on March 22, 2010 09:56 PM