The IDAH Spring Symposium will showcase innovative digital-methods research and creations by Indiana University Bloomington faculty and students affiliated with the Institute for Digital Arts & Humanities. The program will feature:
- lightning talks and a poster session by IDAH and graduate students pursuing an official Digital Arts & Humanities degree specialization through IDAH or Information & Library Science: Collin Bjork (English), Mary Borgo (English), Katie Chapman (Musicology), Isabel Echandi (History), Kate Mullen (Ethnomusicology), Mia Partlow (Information & Library Science), Daniel Story (History), Jen Watkins (History), Olivia Wikle (Information & Library Science), Yingqi Puffy Zhao (Art), Ewa Zegler-Poleska (Information & Library Science)
- longer-format presentations by : Judah Cohen (Musicology), Stephanie DeBoer (Media), Arlene Diaz (History) and Caleb Weintraub (Art)
- a spotlight presentation by a , Jeff Hass (Music)
- exhibitions by by Caleb Weintraub and Puffy Zhao
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. Registration is required and closes on 9 April 2018.