February 20 Digital Humanities Round-Table Lunch
At 12:00 on February 20, 2019, the Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame will be holding a round-table discussion on the ethics of data collection and labor practices in digital humanities, with panelists Brandon Locke (U. of Washington), Elizabeth Hopwood (Loyola), and Mark Graves (Notre Dame). The discussion will take place at the Scholars Lounge, on the southeast corner of the first floor of the Hesburgh Library (across from ABP).

If you would like to attend, you are encouraged (but not required) to register below. The first 40 registrants will be guaranteed lunch; food may be available, but is not guaranteed, for walk-ins.

If you have any questions, or if you need to change your registration, please contact Daniel Johnson (djohns27@nd.edu).

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