Back in October the Blake Archive offices at UNC were honored with a visit from Alan Liu, Professor of English at the University of California at Santa Barbara and a luminary in the field of digital humanities and media studies. Dr. Liu spent some time with the Archive staff learning about our history and our editorial practices. We also discussed the future of digital humanities, particularly its potential to transform graduate education and faculty careers. We offer here some (belated!) photos from Dr. Liu’s visit.
Project Manager Ashley Reed shows Dr. Liu the ins and outs of the Archive
Archive staff (Ashley Reed, Will Shaw, Jennifer Park, Joe Viscomi, and Adam McCune) visit with Alan Liu in our offices at UNC.
Archive staff (l-r: Katie Carlson, Lauren Cameron, Adair Rispoli, and Ted Scheinman) in the Archive’s offices in Greenlaw Hall
Ashley Reed guards the gateway to the Blake Archive office.
Joe Viscomi and Will Shaw show off some of the Archive’s workspace.
Dr. Joseph Viscomi and his workstation, where much of the Archive’s color correction work is done.
Archive staffer Kate Attkisson joins us virtually from her home in Richmond, Virginia