THATCamp HSS 2014 will be held in the University of Chicago’s Gleacher Center:
University of Chicago: Gleacher Center
450 N Cityfront Plaza Dr
Chicago, IL 60611
Directions from the Westin Michigan Ave. Hotel:
Walk south on N. Michigan Ave. for about fifteen minutes (.6 mile). Turn left onto E. Illinois St. and walk for one long block (.1 mile) until you get to the traffic circle. Turn right onto N. Cityfront Plaza Dr. and the Gleacher Center will be at the end of the block in front of you.
Registration for THATCamp HSS 2014 is now open!
We would like to invite historians and technologists of all skill levels interested in digital humanities to THATCamp HSS 2014. The Humanities and Technology Camp, is an open, welcoming meeting where participants learn and build together in sessions proposed on the spot. Anyone who is working on a digital humanities project, or wants to learn about starting one, is welcome.
THATCamp HSS 2014 is being organized by the IsisCB and collaborating faculty at Arizona State University. It is being held in conjunction with the History of Science Society conference this November in Chicago (attendance at the conference / membership in the society are NOT required). The camp meets on Thursday, November 6th, 2014 at the Gleacher Center in downtown Chicago (only about a fifteen-minute walk from the Westin Hotel, where the HSS conference is held). The camp will last from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
All are invited, but we have a capping attendance to 50 people, so please sign up early. The cost of the event is $20 (collected at the door), which helps cover some of the costs for holding the event.
If you are new to unfconference events you can learn more about THATCamps and how they work.
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We hope to see you in the Windy City this fall.
We are excited to announce a one day THATCamp unconference scheduled for Thursday, November 6th, 2014 in Chicago. The event will take place in parallel to the Annual Meeting of the History of Science Society.
More details to come.