In 2016, Anke Finger, Kurt Fendt and I created the German Studies Association Interdisciplinary Digital Humanities Network to foster communication and collaboration among German Studies scholars working in digital humanities. This network builds on the 2016 Seminar Jared Donnelly (Air Command and Staff College- Air University) and I convened in 2016. Visit the network at https://hsprojects.mit.edu/dhnetwork/ and check out the Facebook group and Twitter conversation #gsadh.
At GSA 2017, I presented on digital pedagogy and project-based learning in digital humanities in both our seminar and “The Reformation and Digital Humanities” roundtable. For the rubrics and assignments I mentioned, please visit this folder.
At GSA 2018, I presented my course “Politics of Protest and Gender” as well as techniques for combining historical thinking with project-based learning.
GSA 2019 will have an expanded offering of DH events including a the traditional seminar, a DH Lightning Round, and Roundtable on Graduate Studies. See the network site for schedule and details: https://hsprojects.mit.edu/dhnetwork/