The DH + Design symposium, to be held at Georgia Tech, in Atlanta, on May 4th and 5th, 2017, will bring together leading scholars from the digital humanities and design to explore these increasingly convergent fields, and to identify additional possibilities for their intersection. We will facilitate a series of multi-format conversations around topics of shared concern, including the role of practice (and other applied forms of research) in each field; the similarities and differences between each field’s design processes; theories of speculation as they have been developed through the humanities and design; and how these two fields, together, might rally to address pressing matters of social and political concern.

We are seeking to assemble a diverse group of symposium participants that spans a range of scholarly fields, institutional settings, and career levels. To apply to attend, or for more information, click here.

Confirmed keynote speakers include:

Anne Burdick, Pasadena Art Center College of Design
Tony Dunne, Parsons School of Design / New School for Social Research
Kelly Baker Josephs, York College, CUNY / Williams College
Jentery Sayers, University of Victoria

Confirmed panelists & facilitators include:

Alexandrina Agloro, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Tad Hirsch, University of Washington
Jessica Marie Johnson, Johns Hopkins
Mimi Onuoha, Eyebeam / New York University
Miriam Posner, University of California, Los Angeles
Daniela Rosner, University of Washington
Matt Ratto, University of Toronto
Richard Jean So, University of Chicago
Molly Steenson, Carnegie Mellon University
Whitney Trettien, University of North Carolina