Posted: March 7, 2016 -- michael.wynne

Dr. Douglas Seefeldt, Assistant Professor of History, Ball State University the Department of History and an Emerging Media Fellow at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana where he pursues teaching and research interests in Western history, history and memory, and digital history. He is coauthor of the digital history project Envisaging the West: Thomas Jefferson and Roots of Lewis and Clark http://jeffersonswest.unl.edu/, and launched the Digital History Project http://www.dhproject.net/, a website he co-edits with William G. Thomas, that serves as a clearinghouse for digital history theory and practice and an archive of original articles, interviews, lectures, and graduate student digital history projects. Seefeldt and Thomas were awarded a 2010-12 Digital Humanities Start-up Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to explore and report on the current and future states of born-digital, short form, history journal-based scholarship.

Wednesday, March 9, 2016:

Lecture: “Studying Buffalo Bill in the Digital Age: Virtual Worlds, Text Analysis, and Spatial Humanities”

Whitewater Room, Idaho Commons, University of Idaho, 12:30pm

Colloquium: “History After the Digital Turn: How Digital Humanities Has Redefined Scholarship”

Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, 3:00pm 4th floor of the Holland/Terrell Library

Sponsored and supported by Washington State University’s Berry Family Faculty Excellence Fellows Program, University of Idaho’s Program in Pacific Northwest Studies, and the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation