Drama and Theatre Studies

event: Call for Papers: 2011 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computing Science

19/11/2011 08:30
21/11/2011 16:00

Dear colleagues,

I'd like to draw your attention to the Call for Papers for the 2011 Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities and Computer Science (http://chicagocolloquium.org) which will be held November 19-21 at Loyola University Chicago. The deadline for submissions is September 15th, 2011. [read more...]

Location

Loyola University Chicago Chicago
United States

Thousands of pounds available for researchers who want to travel

If you use software in your research and you have a good understanding of what’s happening in your field (and an idea about what will be happening soon) then the Software Sustainability Institute want to hear from you. The institute will pay researchers from any discipline up to £3000 a year to attend conferences and report on the latest developments in their field.
Interested? Visit www.software.ac.uk/agents to find out how to apply.

Closing date: 8 August 2011 [read more...]

event: London Digital Humanities Group: Following the Money - 2 June 2011

02/06/2011 17:01

The next meeting of the London Digital Humanities Group will take place at Dr Williams's Library, 14 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0AR on Thursday 2 June at 5pm. The meeting will take the form of a panel discussion on the topic of:

'Following the Money: Funding Digital Humanities Projects in a Period of Austerity'. [read more...]

Location

Dr Williams's Library
14 Gordon Square
London WC1H 0AR
United Kingdom

event: Performing Arts Digital Collections for the New Millennium International Workshop

09/06/2011 09:00
10/06/2011 18:00

Performing Arts Digital Collections for the New Millennium International Workshop

Register now: http://tinyurl.com/3tccl8l

Performing Arts Digital Collections for the New Millennium is the first in a series of international workshops planned by the ECLAP Project.
This event will take place in Brussels on the 9th and 10th of June, 2011, with the support of La Bellone Maison du Spectacle. [read more...]

Location

9-10 June 2011, La Bellone – Maison Du Spectacle
Rue de Flandre 46,
Bruxelles B-1000
Belgium

job: Make Money Writing Historical Tours for the iPhone!

Past Preservers is on the look out for passionate individuals who can utilize Crimson Bamboo’s unique new iPhone platform, Rama, to make history come alive!

Uniting popular history with archival photographs, Rama not only adds a historical narrative to the walking tour, but shows snapshots of the tour route as it actually appeared. It’s the only app that captures the experience of being in Chicago after the Great Fire, on the beaches of Normandy during D-Day, or in Shanghai’s French Concession in the roaring 20s. [read more...]

event: COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities

29/04/2011

The Center for Collaborative Online International Learning
We Are Pleased to Announce a Call for Participation in the COIL Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities [read more...]

Location

SUNY Global Center
116 E. 55th St.
New York NY
United States

event: Fela!

13/01/2011 19:00
13/01/2011 23:00

A new collaboration between King’s College London and the National Theatre will make King’s one of the first academic venues to participate in the hugely popular National Theatre Live initiative.

National Theatre Live is a groundbreaking project to broadcast the best of British theatre to cinemas around the world. The first season of events, which began in June 2009 with the acclaimed production of Phèdre starring Helen Mirren, was seen by over 165,000 people on 320 screens in 22 countries. [read more...]

Location

Anatomy Theatre, King's College London's Strand Campus
Strand
London
United Kingdom

New collaboration with National Theatre Live


A new collaboration between King’s College London and the National Theatre will make King’s one of the first academic venues to participate in the hugely popular National Theatre Live initiative.

National Theatre Live is a groundbreaking project to broadcast the best of British theatre to cinemas around the world. The first season of events, which began in June 2009 with the acclaimed production of Phèdre starring Helen Mirren, was seen by over 165,000 people on 320 screens in 22 countries. [read more...]

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