Registration now open!

Hi Campers! Registration is now open for the CNY2016 THATCamp, which will be held in the Olin Library at Cornell University. Please register here by April 4, so we can order an appropriate amount of food (and T-shirts!) There are no registration fees, and breakfast, lunch, and coffee/tea will be provided.

The event will follow Cornell’s inaugural Graduate Student Digital Humanities Symposium; if you are interested in submitting a proposal for the half-day symposium, please contact Mia Tootill (ude.l1498331420lenro1498331420c@88t1498331420sm1498331420) or go ahead and submit your abstract here (deadline 21 Feb). The THATCamp will launch with lunch on Saturday April 9 and continue through Sunday April 10.

Feel free to suggest a session on the Propose page. Sessions can be on any topic relevant to the humanities and technology – examples from previous THATCamps are listed on the page if you want ideas. The sessions are intended to be collaborative explorations of a topic, with proposers acting as session facilitators, but you can also suggest a topic you don’t yet know anything about and ask for a volunteer session leader. Final determination of which sessions will go ahead will take place on the morning of the event, based on the interest of those assembled.

Co-Sponsored by the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Cornell Library, and the Cornell GPSAFC.

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About Mia Tootill

I'm a Ph.D. candidate in musicology at Cornell University. I hold a B.Mus. in Clarinet Performance from Trinity College of Music, and M.A.s in Musicology from Penn State University and Cornell. My primary area of research focuses on French opera and ballet in the nineteenth century, but I'm also interested in film music. My dissertation explores the use of the devil as a media effect in Parisian musical stage works premiered between 1827-1859.