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A Gentle Introduction to ChatGPT, Copyright, and AI (January 2024)

Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing the way that we write and research. But how do these tools work? And what do we need to know in order to use them ethically and effectively in our…

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What is a GPT?

This is a short introduction to how tools like ChatGPT use artificial intelligence to generate text. It is part of the Canvas module "AI in This Course: a Module from the University…

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Using Computers to Analyze and Compare Text in Translation

What are some ways to identify minute differences between multiple translations of the same text? How might DH tools aid in analysis of literature in translation? This workshop explores some of the…

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A Gentle Introduction to Mapping

Location, location, location! Explore how digital mapping tools can help visualize the intricate (and often surprising) relationship between places, people, and events. We’ll discuss basic…

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A Gentle Introduction to ChatGPT (October 2023)

Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing the way that we write and research. But how do tools like ChatGPT work? And how can we use them effectively and ethically in our scholarship? In this…

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A Gentle Introduction to Network Analysis

Curious to explore the relationship between people, places, institutions and how they change over time? Join us for a gentle introduction to network analysis. We’ll discuss basic principles for…

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A Gentle Introduction to Text Mining

Trying to figure out how one event fits within the larger picture? Want to find patterns across hundreds or thousands of texts? Unlock the power of studying text on a large scale through this…

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A Gentle Introduction to Images, AI, and Copyright

You've asked an AI generator to create a cat portrait in the style of Picasso, now what? Although sampling the work of others has been a natural part of image creation since humans have…

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A Gentle Introduction to ChatGPT (September 2023)

Artificial Intelligence is rapidly changing the way that we write and research. But how do tools like ChatGPT work? And how can we use them effectively and ethically in our scholarship? In this…

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A Gentle Introduction to the Digital Humanities

Digital tools have already transformed the way we research and write. This workshop will help you explore your research interests through digital approaches to cultural heritage materials.…

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Introduction to Computer Vision for Digital Humanists

This workshop was sponsored by the HRI Research Cluster on the Social Lives of Digitized Culture. This hands-on session with Giles Bergel will showcase user-friendly tools developed by the…

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Not With a Bang But a Tweet: Democracy, Culture Wars, and the Memeification of T.S. Eliot

This invited lecture by Melanie Walsh and Anna Preus was sponsored by the HRI Research Cluster on the Social Lives of Digitized Culture. T.S. Eliot concluded his poem "The Hollow Men" with…

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I Make DH+BH

This panel was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The panel…

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Digital Humanities and Historical Graphic Narratives: A Conversation

This roundtable was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The…

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Innovations and Challenges in DH+BH

This panel was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The panel…

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My DH+BH Is Historical

This panel was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The panel…

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A Virtual Performance of “Rule N° 5”: Exploring the Library through Sound

This performance by Ashley R. Maynor and Amanda Belantara was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies…

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Missed Connections: Hypertext and Book History

This panel was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The panel…

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My DH+BH is Queer

This panel was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The panel…

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My DH+BH is Quantitative

This panel was part of the DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The panel…

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Lisa Gitelman: The Age of the World Template

This is the keynote address for DH + BH: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Digital Humanities and Book History hosted by the Digital Cultural Studies Cooperative from September 22-24, 2022. The…

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Legal Humanities Panel Discussion: The Futures of Legal Humanities

Zoom panel discussion featuring Carmen Gonzalez (Law, Loyola University Chicago), A. Naomi Paik (Criminology, Law, & Justice and Global Asian Studies, University of Illinois Chicago), Heidi Hurd…

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Legal Humanities Lecture: Franita Tolson

Franita Tolson (Vice Dean for Faculty and Academic Affairs and Professor of Law in the Gould School of Law, University of Southern California) presented on her book In Congress We Trust?:…

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Interseminars: Graduate Student Information Session

Information for graduate students interested in applying for an Interseminars Fellowship.

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