Category Archives: Administrative

Announcements and instructions from the organizers about THATCamp logistics.

Update: THATCamp AHA Locations

Morning sessions will take place at the Theresa Lang Center at The New School’s Arnhold Hall located at 55 West 13th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Afternoon sessions will be scheduled in The New School’s Arnhold Hall on 13th Street and around the corner at Johnson/Kaplan Hall, 66 West 12th Street. There will be a room for storing […]

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Session proposal: What Should the Next THATCamp(s) Look Like?

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 […]

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Your Questions, Answered: A THATCamp AHA Preview

As one of the co-organizers of this year’s THATCamp AHA, I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately. “What exactly is THATCamp?” “What should I expect at an unconference?” “Is it specific to historians?” On this site, you can visit the About page for detailed answers to these questions, and the THATCamp 101 page for some basic instructions […]

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Welcome to The New School, THATCamp!

I would like to welcome AHA THATCampers to The New School, a university established in Greenwich Village in 1919, on January 6, immediately following the American Historical Association’s annual meeting, January 2-5, in New York City. I want to thank my colleagues Dan Royles, Monica Mercado and Shane Landrum for volunteering to organize. This is […]

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Book Housing for AHA 2015

If you are coming to the AHA annual meeting in New York and planning to stay for THATCamp on January 6th you should register for the meeting and make your hotel reservations as soon as possible. The hotel rates at each of the three conference hotels are excellent and available for three days before and […]

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Announcing THATCamp AHA 2015

  We are very excited to announce that the AHA Annual Meeting will yet again have an associated THATCamp, and even more excited that it will be hosted by the Humanities Action Lab at The New School for Public Engagement. It will take place on Tuesday, January 6th from 10:00AM to 4:00PM. Information about registration […]

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