The Digital Liberal Arts program at Middlebury had a busy spring focused on a range of topics, from scholarship by faculty to continued explorations of issues in digital fluency to […]
DLA seeks to initiate a set of digital scholarship working groups based on existing faculty interests. These would meet approximately once a month for 75-90 minutes to discuss readings and […]
In this month’s newsletter, check out the spring 2019 DLA events schedule, make an appointment for digital scholarship consultation, take our short survey on DLA Working Groups at Middlebury, and […]
Good news: “Sonic Gentrification in Berlin,” a project first developed through the DLA by former Faculty DLA Fellow Florence Feiereisen (Associate Professor in the Department of German) and her colleague […]
With the support of the DLA, Visiting Professor Erin Davis attended the conference Sound Education at the Harvard Divinity School. Sound Education was designed for producers of educational audio. It […]
By Christopher Andrews Assistant Professor, Computer Science Over the past year and a half or so, I have been working to develop an evolutionary art tool based on expression trees. […]
Updates from the DLA.
Grants, cfps, conferences.
Interested in exploring scholarship in sound and image? Want to explore new possibilities for conducting analysis and conveying arguments in a multimedia form about multimedia objects of study? Middlebury’s NEH-funded […]
Sarah Laursen and students discover how digital technologies can enrich art history. Middlebury art historian and museum curator Sarah Laursen and her students in the Fall 2018 course Digital Methodologies for Art […]
It was an action-packed fall at the DLA. Our Digital Fluencies Series continued to introduce more intensive investigations of “digital fluency and critical engagement”—a key direction in Middlebury’s strategic plan. […]
It’s the opposite of the tree falling in the forest: if a performance is happening in a digital archive and someone is there to access and watch it, is the […]
News from the DLA.
External conference, cfp, and grant opportunities.
Symposium Report: Some Preliminary Reflections on Reconceptualizing Cultural Histories of the Atlantic World, Digitally and Interculturally After our veritable feast of Atlantic World history scholarship, as well as our productive […]