The DMRC is partnering with the Australian Academy of the Humanities to host a special event for early career humanities researchers.

The Digital Media, Digital Methods and the Humanities Workshop will be held on Wednesday 13 November 2019 at QUT’s Kelvin Grove campus in Brisbane. This interactive full day workshop will bring together humanities Higher Degree Research students and Early Career Researchers to develop new skills and critical methods of studying for our rapidly changing digital media environments and increasingly datafied societies.

Drawing on the experience of the DMRC’s leading digital humanities researchers, the workshop will combine theoretical provocations with hands-on instruction in specific methods and techniques. Participants will have an opportunity to discuss their own research priorities and projects and seek advice about how to conduct social and cultural research with digital media in rigorous, innovative, and ethically sound ways.

This is a free event, with places strictly limited to 40 participants to ensure an interactive experience.  The AAH is now inviting applications to attend the event. Detailed program information is available on the AAH website. Applications close Sunday 30 June 2019.