Inaugural Conference of the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH)
On March 29-30, 2019, the University of North Florida (UNF) will host the inaugural statewide conference of the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH).
2019 FLDH Conference Program (final version)
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Advanced registration is now closed, but you may register in person on 3/29 or 3/30.
Participation in the conference (both days) is free to all, but those who plan to attend the dinner/plenary talk, 6-9 PM, on 3/29 were required to purchase a ticket for $32 through UNF Event Ticketing. Students whose names are listed on the event program were able to secure a ticket at no cost. Sales of dinner tickets are now closed.
Conference Venue and Parking
All daytime sessions on 3/29 and 3/30 will be held in the John A. Delaney Student Union at the University of North Florida, 1 UNF Dr., Bldg. 58, Jacksonville, FL 32224. The plenary talk and dinner on 3/29 will be held in the Talon Room, on the fourth floor of Osprey Commons (Building 16).
We recommend parking in the Arena Garage, which is adjacent to the Student Union, where most of our events will take place. Visitors parking at UNF on Friday, March 29, should make note of their license plate number, in order to purchase a $5 one-day virtual pass at one of the parking kiosks. (A $2 permit is also available, but only valid for parking in certain surface lots). See UNF Parking Services for details. Parking on campus is free on Saturdays.
A block of rooms at the discounted rate of $109 per night (for the nights of 3/28, 3/29 and 3/30) has been reserved at the Sheraton Jacksonville Hotel, 10605 Deerwood Park Boulevard, just minutes from UNF at the St. John's Town Center mall. Make a reservation.
Numerous dining options are available at the St. John's Town Center mall and the surrounding area, as well as on the UNF campus.
For More Information
Please contact Clayton McCarl, director of the UNF Digital Humanities Institute.
Our call for papers closed December 15, 2018.
This event has been organized by the University of North Florida Digital Humanities Institute, in partnership with the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium. The following units at the University of North Florida have provided financial and/or in-kind support: the Center for Instruction and Research Technology (CIRT); the Hicks Honors College; the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR); the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP); the Thomas G. Carpenter Library; the International Studies Program; the Department of English; the Department of History; the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures; and the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies.