In November I'll be attending the American Studies conference in San Juan and will be on a panel talking about Digital Humanities in graduate education. Although our primary identity at Randforce is more in Digital Indexing than digital humanities, we've worked with people like Mark Tebeau at Cleveland State and folks at the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University--who run THATcamp and have developed Omeka--and generally have a lot to say about this diverse and emerging field. As part of the ramp-up to the conference I've been invited/encouraged to post and comment on this blog:
Digital Dimensions of Grad Ed in Am Studies
Check it out to join or view the discussion... The session is co-sponsored by the Graduate Education Committee and the
Digital Humanities Caucus of the American Studies Association. Thanks to Rob Snyder for inviting me to join that panel!