I am available to lead events and workshops on a variety of topics in the digital humanities. Below are a list of the ones I have led or co-led in different locations around the world.
Digital Humanities Community Meetups
R Meetup Beirut (Fall 2015)
Faculty Learning Community in Digital Humanities (Spring 2016) I co-facilitated along with Rayane Fayed a faculty learning community in Digital Humanities at the American University of Beirut. The project we worked on involved modeling a sound map of the city of Beirut.
NYU Abu Dhabi Digital Humanities Meetups (2016-2017)
Digital Humanities Major Institutes/Conferences
Winter Institute in Digital Humanities – Abu Dhabi (January 2020)
Digital Humanities Workshops, led or co-led
Co-offering digital humanities workshops for medievalists (with G. Riva) at the International Medieval Congress, Leeds “Medieval Vernacular Corpora and Digital Textual Analysis, I: Text Creation & II: Text Analysis” 3 July 2019.
Co-teaching course “Introduction to Computation for Literary Criticism” (with R. El Khatib), Digital Humanities Summer Institute, Victoria, Canada, 3-7 June 2019.
Quantified Self, Digital Humanities Institute Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon, 4-5 May 2019. Slides.
Co-teaching workshop “Humanities Data and Mapping Environments” (with R. El Khatib), European Summer University of Digital Humanities, Leipzig, Germany, 17-27 July 2018.
Co-leading workshop “Semi-automated Alignment of Text Versions with iTeal” (with S. Jänicke), DH2018, Mexico City, Mexico, June 2018.
Co-organizing (with Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel), “Exploring the Geographic Information of Literature and Art History,” a spatial humanities workshop, NYU PSL Global Alliance Partnership, Ecole normale supérieure / NYU Paris, 4-8 June 2018.
Técnicas para la creación, enriquecimiento y análisis de textos digitales: Una introducción al proyecto Open Medieval French (OpenMedFr), co-leading workshop (with Gimena del Rio Riande and Gustavo Riva) [Creating, Enriching and Analyzing Digital Texts: Introducing the OpenMedFr Project], NYU Buenos Aires, 22-23 March 2018.
IEEE DataVis “2nd Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities,” (Organizing Committee member), Phoenix, AZ, 2 October 2017. site
Humanities Data in Mapping Environments workshop (36 hours), European Summer University in Digital Humanities, Leipzig, Germany, 18-28 July 2017. site.
Toolkit or Toychest?: The Digital in the Classroom, American University of Paris, 17 March 2017. Post.
Exploring Cold War Maps of the UAE, GIS Day 2016, NYU Abu Dhabi, November 2016. Post
IEEE DataVis “Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities,” (Organizing Committee member), 24 October 2016 Baltimore, MD.
Co-Created Cultural Gazetteers for Digital Spatial Research: Models, Desiderata, Implications at “Creating Spatial Historical Knowledge,“ German Historical Institute, Washington, DC, 20-22 October 2016. Doc
Spatial Humanities for Beginners, workshop at 3er Encuentro de Humanistas Digitales, Colegio de México, Mexico City, 12-14 September 2016. Doc
From Text to Map: Modeling Historical Humanities Data in Mapping Environments, (with Maxim Romanov) European Summer University in Digital Humanities, University of Leipzig, 19-29 July 2016. Site
Locative Devices and Web Mapping in the Humanities, community share at AMICAL annual conference “Libraries and Digital Initiatives,” American University of Rome, Rome, Italy, 12-14 May 2016. Poster.
How Did You Make that (Digital) Literary Geography? Digital Humanities Brownbag, American University of Beirut, 24 November 2015. Post
Exploring Space-Time Representation in the Digital Humanities, keynote workshop at American University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt, 30 September 2015. Post
Representing Space and Time in Digital Environments, workshop at Dartmouth College Leslie Center for the Humanities, Hanover, New Hampshire, 4 May 2015.
Exploring Peer Review in the GeoHumanities, pre-conference workshop at DH2015 Sydney, July 2015. Abstract
Topics in Digital Mapping, four-part workshop (with Heather Hill and Toby Hrynick) Fordham University Graduate Student Digital Humanities Group, New York, Spring 2015. Reports from Parts Two, Three, Four.
Gephi workshop with examples for Medievalists – Fordham Center for Medieval Studies, New York, December 2014. pdf