The German Historical Institute is hosting a set of hands-on workshops on Thursday, October 20, at their headquarters in Dupont Circle to demonstrate various kinds of digital mapping tools that might be of interest to humanities scholars.
There will be four different workshops offered over the course of the day, each about an hour and 45 minutes. A person can sign up for one, two, three, or all four workshops, as long as there’s space available.
Contact Dr. Atiba Pertilla at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. Event website with full info: http://bit.ly/2exJCXW
ALSO: The GHI is also hosting a lecture tomorrow night at 6pm by Stephen Robertson (Rosenzweig Center at GMU) who’ll be speaking about the challenges and pitfalls of using digital mapping to try to reconstruct the 1935 Harlem riot: http://www.ghi-dc.org/…/toward-a-spatial-narrative-of-the-1…
If you’re interested in attending Robertson’s lecture, please email Melanie Smaney at email@example.com to RSVP.