The Sawyer Graduate Reading Group

Tue February 13th 2024, 12:00 - 1:15pm
Wallenberg 433A

We will be discussing two projects by Anne Ladyem McDivitt: Networking the Early Video Game Industry and Reconstruction of Sanford Grammar School and Hopper Academy: A Visualization of Two Florida Schools over lunch.

These reading group sessions are ways for graduate students and postdoctoral scholars to talk about digital humanities methods and projects. So people from all backgrounds and expertise are invited. Even if you didn't attend the first two sessions with Quinn Dombrowski feel free to attend these. You are also invited back on Tuesday, February 20--same time, same place--for a chat with Anne Ladyem about the two projects. If you have any questions, please reach out to eeyurek [at] (eeyurek[at]stanford[dot]edu).

Please RSVP for lunch for 02/13 by filling out this form:

Anne Ladyem is a historian with a focus on digital and public history, specialized in digital storytelling, and the Academic Technology Specialist for the History Department. She has a PhD in History from George Mason University, and her research focuses on the history of the video game industry with a focus on gender.