The Albin O. Kuhn Library & Gallery at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) is pleased to host the winter meeting of the Maryland History and Culture Collaborative on Thursday, January 23, 2014. Please RSVP (and reserve parking if desired) using this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1NKd00P-n06CrDilB_bW52FROc2yozrXFYIKLuH5Pz6A/viewform
We hope to offer a morning panel discussion on partnerships in the growing field of digital humanities scholarship; if you would like to participate in this panel, please contact Lindsey Loeper directly. Presentation topics could include examples of partnerships, developing or completed projects using cultural heritage collections, outreach strategies, or drafts of articles or presentations that you are working on about this topic. You may also consider inviting your project partners or scholars to present with you.
Morning panel discussion – Digital Humanities
10am to 11:30am, Library Gallery
If you would like to participate in this panel, please contact Lindsey Loeper.
11:30am to 1pm
Attendees may get lunch together on-campus or at one of the many eateries in the Catonsville/Arbutus community. Smaller focused groups and committees such as the MD SHRAB, the USMAI Archives COI, may take this time to meet independently.
Maryland History and Culture Collaborative meeting
1pm to 3pm
Agenda items will include:
1. the MHCC Fall 2013 survey (Kelly Spring)
2. Maryland State Historical Records Advisory Board (Tom Beck)
4. The remaining time will be set aside for information sharing. Please sign up for a 5 minute spot to highlight events, new collections, or other recent developments at your institution; at least 10 spots will be offered. You may sign up through the RSVP form.
Tour of Special Collections and the Library Gallery
3pm to 4pm
Chief Curator Tom Beck will lead a tour of the Special Collections and Gallery and share highlights from the collections at UMBC.