The CTSDH is pleased to sponsor or co-sponsor regular lectures and presentations by distinguished scholars working in the areas of textual studies or digital humanities. A selected list of past lectures includes: 

February 13, 2013
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association, and author of Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy: "From Scholarly Publishing to Scholarly Communication: Work and the Network." Klarchek Information Commons, 4th floor, Lake Shore Campus.

November 8, 2012
Stephen Ramsay,
"Stanley and Me: Text Analysis and Literary Criticism"
Associate Professor of English and Fellow of the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Nebraska, author of Reading Machines: Toward an Algorithmic Criticism (2011).
3:00 PM, Information Commons 4th Floor, Lake Shore Campus.

April 11, 2012
Ted Underwood, Department of English
University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana:
"Humanistic Imagination and the Mere Counting of Words"
Crown Center 530, Lake Shore Campus.

October 29, 2010
Laura Mandell, Miami University Ohio, NINES, 18thConnect, Romantic Circles: A seminar: "Forms of Attention: Encoding and Transforming Texts."
2:00-3:30 PM, CTSDH, Cudahy Library 201
Loyola University Chicago, Lake Shore Campus

April 15, 2010
Matthew Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland, MITH, author of Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination (MIT Press, 2008): "What is Digital Humanities, and Why Are They Saying Such Terrible Things About it?"
3:00 PM, Crown Center Auditorium
Loyola University Chicago, Lake Shore Campus.

March 17, 2010
Marta Warner, D'youville College, author of Emily Dickinson's Open Folios: Scenes of Reading, Surfaces of Writing (U of Michigan P, 1995) and Radical Scatters: An Electronic Archive of Emily Dickinson's Late Fragments and Related Texts (U of Michigan P, 1999/CDRH at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2007): "Night Archives: Helen Keller and the Deaf-Blind Textual Condition"
3:00 PM, Crown Center Auditorium
Loyola University Chicago, Lake Shore Campus.

September 23, 2009
Peter Shillingsburg: the Inaugural Martin J. Svaglic Lecture in Textual Studies: "The Cultural Heritage Goes Digital"
4:00 PM, Klarchek Room, 4th Floor, Information Commons
(reception to follow the lecture)
Loyola University Chicago, Lake Shore Campus

September 12, 2009
Simon Gatrell, The University of Georgia: “Sex, Dress and Revision in Thomas Hardy's Work”
Information Commons 230, 216
Loyola University Chicago, Lake Shore Campus

October 14, 2008
John Gouws, Professor Extraordinary, North West University, South Africa; Emeritus Professor, Rhodes University, Grahamsto: "The Ethics of Textual Scholarship"
Bremner Lounge
Loyola University Chicago, Lake Shore Campus