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Network Detroit 2021!

Dear Network Detroit fans! We hope everyone receiving this email is safe and well. There is so much to be said about this pandemic year, this year of fighting racial injustice, this year of ugh. And, we know we have been remiss in sending you updates about this year’s Network Detroit conference, which would normally …

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ND2020 Update

Hi everyone! We haven’t forgotten about Network Detroit!! We are looking forward to hosting again, hopefully in late September at our usual time, but we’re putting off initial planning until we have a better understanding of COVID’s impact. Stay tuned to our FB page (https://www.facebook.com/detroitdh/) for more announcements in early to mid-April. Stay well and …

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Thank You!

Network Detroit would like to thank all of the presenters, sponsors, volunteers, and (of course) attendees for braving the soggy Michigan weather and making this year’s conference a success! We should be gathering presentation slides and materials and and adding them to the archive, so look for those in the coming weeks. Thanks again, and …

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Conference Schedule & Registration Posted

Summer is almost behind us and we’re gearing up for Network Detroit and Great Lakes Thatcamp. The schedule and registration are now posted for Network Detroit. One of the most exciting changes this year is having more Detroit in Network Detroit. Lisa Nakamura’s keynote will be at the Detroit Historical Museum with dinner and drinks. Great Lakes …

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CFP Deadline Extended and MSU Sponsorship

We hope you were able to participate in HASTAC 2015 at Michigan State University! There was an incredible showing from digital humanities scholars, both locally and nationally. As we connected with them and discussed the future of Detroit-area digital humanities, we often heard: “I want to submit to Network Detroit, but the deadline is during HASTAC!” We …

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Two New University of Michigan Sponsorships

The University of Michigan Institute for the Humanities has generously agreed to sponsor Network Detroit for the second straight year. The Institute for the Humanities is a center for innovative, collaborative study in the humanities and arts. The Institute serves as a national and international centerpiece for scholarly research in the humanities and creative work in the arts at …

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Lisa Nakamura to Keynote Network Detroit 2015

We are excited to announce that Lisa Nakamura will deliver the keynote for Network Detroit 2015 at the Detroit Historical Museum. Dr. Nakamura is the Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Collegiate Professor of American Cultures at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.  She is the Coordinator of the Digital Studies Program at the University of Michigan and co-Faciliator of …

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Network Detroit 2015 CFP is open

The Call for Papers for Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice 2015 is now live! If you joined us before, we hope you will return (and bring another colleague). Please read the CFP and submit. (Also check out the programs from 2013 and 2014 to see what the conference is all about.) We have lots of exciting …

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Network Detroit 2015 will be September 25th

Planning for Network Detroit 2015 has begun. Follow @detroitdh on Twitter and watch this space for updates.