Daily Archives: October 17, 2016

Black Sunday – A Free Showing of the Classic Horror Film


Horror in the Library. Black Sunday, a classic horror film, will be shown in the Grand Reading Room of the library on Tuesday, October 25 at 7:30 p.m. The film tells the story of the bloody revenge of a woman who returns from the grave after being tortured and executed as a witch. Filmed in frightening black and white!


Open to the UMassD Community.

Questions? Contact Susan Raidy-Klein (x8666)

Digital Humanities Presentation – Monday, October 24th – Noon to 1:30 pm

digital_humanities_word_cloudOn Monday, October 24th the library is co-sponsoring a digital humanities presentation with the Office of Faculty Development. Brian Croxall, Digital Humanities Librarian at Brown University, will provide an overview of the emerging field and provide examples of current and/or past projects. Following Dr. Croxall’s presentation, there will be an opportunity for UMassD faculty to discuss their digital humanities research.  
The presentation is open to UMassD faculty and staff. Lunch will be provided and registration is required. You can register online: https://calendar.umassd.edu/cal/main/showMainEnd.rdo
What: Speaking in Code: Teaching and Research in Digital Humanities
Who: Brian Croxall, Digital Humanities Librarian at Brown University
When: Noon to 1:30 pm, Monday, October 24th
Where: LIB-314
If you have questions about registering, please contact Sandy Viveiros (sviveiros@umassd.edu). 
Presenter’s Bio:
Brian Croxall is the Digital Humanities Librarian at Brown University, where he designs, implements, and manages digital research projects. Prior to this position, he worked at Emory University as Digital Humanities Strategist and Lecturer of English. In this dual appointment he managed the creation of The Battle of Atlanta app and Belfast Group Poetry|Networks, as well as taught classes on digital humanities, media studies, and American literature. He holds a PhD in English and taught previously at Clemson University. In addition, he is co-editing a book on steampunk, forthcoming from University of Minnesota Press; is a cluster editor at #Alt-Academy; serves on the Executive Councils of the Modern Language Association and the Association for Computers and the Humanities; and is a writer for the group blog ProfHacker.