Welcome to “Diving into Digital Humanities,” a ThatCamp for Southern California!

October 24-25
San Diego State University
@ The new Aztec Student Union (Templo Mayor room, second floor)

Register here.

Learn how to propose a session here.

See a list of proposed sessions here.

This ThatCamp is special because it is organized through a unique collaboration between 4 regional institutions: San Diego State University, UCSD, Cal State University at San Marcos, and University of San Diego. Inspired by the open, grass-roots efforts of our regional networking group, DHSoCal, this ThatCamp promotes working together and collaborating across disciplinary, departmental, and institutional divides.

All ThatCamps are open to all kinds of campers, but this one is envisioned as a way to get new folks engaged in the DH and to create new networks of collaboration. So, if you have any kind of inkling to learn about the Digital Humanities– whether you’re already a dedicated digital humanist researcher or an absolute newbie, whether you are a student, teacher, or curious community member– come to camp!

Our ThatCamp is about jumping into the Digital Humanities, getting wet, and learning to swim. Dive in. The water’s fine!

For more information on what THATCamps are about, check out the FAQ page.


***This event is sponsored by Dean Wong’s office in the College of Arts and Letters at SDSU. We are grateful for the support. THATCamp is also supported by USD’s College or Arts and Sciences and UCSD’s Center for the Humanities. In addition, we would like to thank Occidental College and UCI for support.

3 Responses to About

  1. I’m a college student who attends Cal State University San Marcos and I would like to attend this event for a project thats is required for one of my classes.

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