Our Fall 2020 programming has concluded, but we’ll be posting our Spring 2021 virtual events here soon. In the meantime, please take a few minutes to let us know what types of workshops you’d like DH@SDSU and the Digital Humanities Center to offer (we’ll do our best to meet your needs). And check out the recordings of past events below.

If you have a workshop that you would like included in your class, please let us know by emailing Pam Lach

September 2020

October 2020

  • Monday 10/19: 12pm-1:30pm Talking #BrownTV: a book talk & conversation with the authors– Frederick Luis Aldama (Ohio State) and Bill Nericcio (English and Comparative Literature & MALAS) about race and media. Watch the recording.

November 2020

  • Tuesday 11/17: 1pm-2pm  Thinking Critically with ClioVis. ClioVis: Interactive Digital Timeline Software combines the best features of digital timeline, mind-mapping, and presentation software to help your students make analytical connections. Designed by UT-Austin history professor Dr. Erika Bsumek, ClioVis enables students to synthesize information into interconnected timelines (or, for science classes, pathways). This tutorial will go over how ClioVis works and how you can use it in your classes. No recording available.