Calling all Computer Geeks, Humanists, and Wannabe Techies!
THATCamp HBCU is coming to the Atlanta University Center Library on June 14-15, 2012.
We are accepting REGISTRATION for this FREE (un)conference in Digital Humanities right now at: http://hbcu2012.thatcamp.org
THATCamp HBCU is specifically geared toward exploring and expanding the digital humanities at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, but you don't have to be HBCU affiliated to attend.
THATCamp 2012 is the first THATCamp for Historically Black Colleges and Universities, and has been organized specifically to address the lack of African Americans in the research, teaching, and development of Digital Humanities (DH).
There is no registration fee.
Please help us get the word out to as many HBCU professors, students, and staff across the nation by forwarding this announcement to colleagues and friends.
For more information about what THATCamp is, and how it works, please go to:http://hbcu2012.thatcamp.org
Michelle Kassorla, Coordinator
Clark Atlanta University
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