The network of digital humanities (DH) centers centerNet is organizing an international day for DH studies communication and celebration via Twitter on April 29th.
For this event, digital humanities researchers are encouraged to communicate about their work on Twitter. The goal is to spark digital discussion and connection in the field during a time of social distancing.
CenterNet encourages participants to host online meetups with other DH practitioners, share favorite teaching or research resources and publications, or just chat about the latest news in the field. Participants are also invited to share photos, blog posts and other DH-related content, which centerNet will collect and archive.
Those interested in participating are invited to use the Twitter hashtag #dayofdh2020 for all shared content and discussions, and to follow the @dayofdh Twitter account.
For further information on Day of DH 2020 and ways to participate, visit the centerNet website.