GW ScholarSpace provides free, public access, broad visibility, and long-term preservation for the research and scholarly works created by GW’s faculty, staff and …

Announcement: GW Libraries has been awarded a $500,000 collaborative two-year grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to support networked projects in the digital …

Join XD@GW for tea!

Please join XD@GW for a faculty tea & discussion of collaboration in the digital age on 9/21, Wednesday in Gelman Library 702. …

Open Access in the Disciplines: A Conversation October 6th, 12:00-1:30 pm (Gelman Library, Room 702): Learn how faculty from the sciences and …

Announcement: A recent issue of PMLA features of cluster of articles on “the changing profession” entitled “Assembling the Ecological Digital Humanities” (or EcoDH …

Mark your calendars! “COMPOSING DISABILITY: Crip Ecologies” is coming: this week, Thursday, April 7th to Friday, April 8th, here at GW! This interdisciplinary symposium conclude with …

Call for Proposals:2nd Annual GW Digital Humanities Showcase February 20, 201512:30pmGelman Library, Room 702 Hosted by GW Digital Humanities Institute & GW …

It’s Open Access Week at GW (and nationwide)! Here’s a message to GW faculty about some events underway this week from Dolsy …

On October 2nd and 3rd, 2015, the University of Maryland will host an exciting dual event: the Transformative Digital Humanities Conference and …

[Cross-posted from the GW English blog] George Washington University’s biennial Composing Disability Conference returns in Spring 2016 with the theme of  “Crip …

Brief announcement: Registration still open for “Beyond the Professoriate” VIRTUAL conference to be held on May 2 and 9 (registration closes Wednesday, …

[via Prof. Diane H. Cline, GW Department of History] THATCamp DC 2015 is coming to GWU on Saturday April 18th, and you …