The Meeting

Bringing together the libraries, universities, and museums of Southeast Michigan, Network Detroit is a conference aimed at sharing and promoting cutting-edge digital work in the humanities. This year’s meeting will be held at Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, October 21st, 2017. For more information on Network Detroit, check out the Archive of past schedules and of presentations.


Conference Coordinators

Jennifer Hart is an Assistant Professor of History in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at Wayne State University. Her research covers the everyday lived experiences of Africans, and the varied ways the mundane of everyday life intersects with 20th century liberal ideals. She also is currently developing several Digital Humanities components of projects concerning Accra, …

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Conference Goals

Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice is one of the major digital humanities conferences in the great lakes region, drawing scholars from across the Midwest and Canada. The goals of the conference are to foster: a census of Midwestern, especially Detroit-area, digital humanities projects opportunities for participants to discuss inter-institutional collaboration the use of digital …

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