The Dean's Lecture Series is designed to encourage and promote
ongoing dialogue, both within and beyond the University of San
Francisco, around the University's mission and the College of Arts and
Sciences four strategic pillars: diversity, sustainability,
internationalization, and academic excellence. This lecture, which is
co-sponsored by the Gleeson Library, is part of an ongoing conversation
about Digital Humanities. Here at USF, this dialogue has already begun, and resources can be found here: http://www.usfca.edu/library/digitalhumanities/The speaker, Matthew Gold, is an Associate Professor of English at CUNY and the editor of the recently released collection Debates in the Digital Humanities. He'll be discussing what Digital Humanities is (and is not) and how information technology can transform research and pedagogy in the humanities. For more information, please see Shawn Calhoun's blog post here (http://bit.ly/X9K76O) or the event's Facebook page here (http://on.fb.me/TNWKbq).