Scheduled for 1:30-2:20pm in the Hirshon Suite (205), 55 W. 13th Street
Whether this is your first THATCamp or your 20th, you are participating in a remarkably wide-reaching process of talking, making, learning, and sharing the digital humanities. Since the first THATCamp in May 2008 at George Mason University’s Center for History and New Media there have been well over 150 THATCamp unconferences all over the world, reaching thousands of people.
As one of the members of THATCamp Council (elected under a community-produced THATCamp Council Charter), I’m particularly interested in what both new and experienced THATCampers would like to see from future THATCamps. So, I’m proposing a session where we talk broadly about the future of THATCamp. What role can and should these unconferences serve in reaching and serving people interested in the digital humanities?