Friday, May 21, 2010
I had a chance to visit the THATCamp held at George Mason University last June. Billed as a unconference, participants show up and contribute ideas to various projects. In the last year, the concept has spread around the world. One recent THATCamp was held in Paris, May 18-19, 2010. One of the products of this unconference was a Digital Humanities manifesto, posted in French. Here is a Google translate. Contrast with the manifesto put out by UCLA Mellon Seminar in Digital Humanities.