Follow the THATCamp CAA blog and Twitter feed to learn more about the exciting two-day pre-conference to the College Art Association’s annual meeting here in New York.

THATCamp CAA program included:

·         17 sessions on topics chosen by attendees on pedagogical, research and scholarly publishing topics.

·         3 workshops on open platform technologies: OMEKA, VIEWSHARE, SCALAR

·         6 lightening talk exemplars of digital humanities projects:

o   Smarthistory (Beth Harris & Steven Zucker, Kahn Academy)

o   Mediathread (Mark Phillipson & Adrienne Garber, Columbia University)

o   Spatial History Project: Holocaust Geographies (Paul Jaskot, DePaul University)

o   Mapping Gothic France (Stephen Murray, Columbia University)

o   Digital Mellini (Murtha Baca & Francesca Albrezzi, The Getty Research Institute)

o   Art History and Big Data (Lev Manovich, CUNY Graduate Center)

Many thanks to THATCamp CAA co-coordinators (Carole Ann Fabian, Beth Harris, Barbara Rockenbach, Steven Zucker) and our sponsors (College Art Association, Kress Foundation, Columbia University Libraries, Smarthistory at Kahn Academy, Macaulay Honors College, and the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University).

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