Our workshop explores the intersection of Digital Humanities and Russian and East European Studies: research, pedagogy, dissemination, and archive. We invite participants to join us in considering a list of questions and topics of discussion, ranging from the familiar and unavoidable (labor, ethics, access, funding, training, institutional, and interdisciplinary challenges) to the specific (theoretical continuities and disciplinary embeddedness).
All are welcome to attend! This event is open to the public.
10:00am Digital Humanities and East European Studies, Session I Marijeta Bozovic (Yale University) • David Birnbaum (University of Pittsburgh) • Elise Thorsen (University of Pittsburgh) • Natalia Ermolaev (Princeton University) • Jessie Labov (Central European University)
12:00pm Catered Lunch
2:00pm Digital Humanities and East European Studies, Session II Molly Brunson (Yale University) • Ann Komaromi (University of Toronto) • Joan Neuberger (University of Texas, Austin) • Kelly O’Neill (Harvard University)
4:00pm Black Sea Networks Marta Figlerowicz (Yale University) • Valentina Izmirlieva (Columbia University) • Alex Gil (Columbia University) • Bradley Gorski (Columbia University) • Dennis Tennen (Columbia University)
7:00pm Conference Reception and Dinner
Co-organizers: Marijeta Bozovic, Carlotta Chenoweth, Catherine DeRose, Nick Kupensky, Jacob Lassin, Ingrid Nordgaard, Masha Shpolberg
This event is funded in part with a Yale Digital Humanities Lab Project Grant.