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This wiki space contains archival documentation of Project Bamboo, April 2008 - March 2013.

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If you know of something that conflict with the following dates (religious holidays, conferences, etc), please add that information below.

Workshop 4: April 16-18

April 12, Easter

April 9-16, Passover

April 19, Greek Orthodox Easter

April 16-18, Museums and the Web, Indianapolis, IN

April 19-21, 2009 HASTAC 2009 will be at University of Illinois at Champaign Urbana, IL

Workshop 5: June 17-19

June 15-19, 2009 ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries, Austin, TX

June 16-18, 2009 CLAC Consortium of Liberal Arts Colleges at Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA

June 17-20, 2009 50th annual Rare Books and Manuscripts ACRL Pre-Conference, Charlottesville, VA

June 19-21, 2009 Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC), Keene State College, Keene, NH

June 22-25, 2009 Digital Humanities Conference will be at University of Maryland

June 27-28, 2009 George Mason University's Center for History and New Media will be hosting its THATCamp 2009, a user-generated "unconference" on the digital humanities

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8 Comments

  1. Unknown User (nowviskie)

    Unless you held the June meeting in the Washington DC area, it would be a quick turnaround for people attending Digital Humanities '09 the following week at MITH. Meetings of the executive councils of a few digital humanities organizations will be held that weekend.

  2. Unknown User (lisawymore@berkeley.edu)

    The Society for Dance History Scholars meets June 19-21. April 16-18 is a difficult time in the spring semester with final performances/presentations taking place then, but there is probably no good time during an active class session.

  3. Unknown User (yakel@umich.edu)

    It think the low attendance by humanities faculty at the last workshop was in part due to timing and the beginning of the semester.  The April dates are at the end of the semester and pose a similar problem for teaching faculty, myself included. 

    Has there been any thought given to combining the last two workshops into one and doing it after the end of the term?  I know this is hard since we have representatives from campuses that are on a quarter system but more heed needs to be paid to the academic calendar. 

    1. Unknown User (cjkainz@uchicago.edu)

      We did consider combining the two, but from a planning standpoint we need to have the two separate meetings to meet our proposal deadlines.

  4. Unknown User (martin.wynne@oucs.ox.ac.uk)

    The dates are OK for us, butit would be good to hold the second workshop in DC or somewhere not too far from Maryland, since I'll be going to Digital Humanities there.

  5. Unknown User (raffaellasantucci)

    Just like Martin, I would like to take part to the Digital Humanities Conference at Maryland University and, coming from Italy, it would be good if the two events took place in locations that are close to each other.

  6. Unknown User (mlj25@cam.ac.uk)

    FYI The CHCI conference (Centre Directors) is in Edinburgh 10-13 June. But presumably that only affects centre directors planning Highland flings.

    Mary Jacobus

  7. Unknown User (kharris@email.sjsu.edu)

    Most faculty are already full swing into the semester, which makes it difficult to move around dates at this point.  Based on the tentative meeting, I went ahead and scheduled in the days to my syllabus.  I bet many faculty have already done this as well.  We just need lots and lots of lead time before moving these dates.