About this Event
This year’s virtual event will feature lightning talks that highlight the diverse array of digital projects and research being carried out at Northeastern. Join us to learn about projects and methods in digital scholarship and meet others interested in or practicing digital scholarship from the Northeastern and Boston DH communities. This year's celebration will be hosted with the Digital Scholarship Group as part of the Digital Humanities Open Office Hours series.
The fall scholarship celebration will feature lightning talks by:
Cassie McMillan, Sociology and Criminology and Criminal Justice, on the project: “Towards a networked contact theory: Adolescent friendship, intergroup contact, and attitudes towards sexual minorities”
Alauna Safarpour, Network Science Institute, presenting: “Pandemic, Governors, and Public Opinion: The Effect of COVID-19 Cases and Deaths on Public Support for America’s Governors,” with data from the COVID States Project
Giulia Taurino, Institute for Experiential AI, on the project: “Seeing Our Neighborhoods: Providing Public Access to the Boston Globe Photograph Collection”
Following the talks, there will be time for questions and discussion among the presenters and attendees. We hope to see you there!
This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. RSVP here.