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TMU Centre for Digital Humanities
April Offerings

• most events are hosted on Zoom and are free and open to all registrants

• also, check out the workshops hosted by the TMU University Collaboratory!


Lunchtime talks
Tuesdays Noon-1 pm

April 27

Awards Event for—
Fabuludus 2021: A Playable Story Jam

The Fabuludus Playable Story Jam (part of the “Narrative in a Digital Age” undergraduate course) will hold an awards event for three outstanding submissions, as chosen by judges Tanya Pobuda, Patrick Dolan, and Ewan Matthews. Please join us for the awards announcement and a discussion of the winning submissions!

Host: CDH Director Jason Boyd

Fabuludus 2021 submissions:

In Winter 2021, in place of the drop-in hours it holds at its space in TMU University Library, the Centre for Digital Humanities (CDH) will be holding weekly virtual drop-in sessions on Thursdays from 3-4 pm (usually on Zoom). These are intended as casual, fun events that bring together the DH community at TMU and beyond during COVID-19 restrictions.

Weekly Themes

Each week in a month will be dedicated to a specific theme. The first week, Stories in Play: Let’s Try, will consist of a led, shared exploration of a work of electronic literature (eLit) or a narrative-driven digital game. Week 2, DH Workbench, will be a led, shared exploration of a digital resource or tool for research and/or pedagogy. Week 3, DH@TMU Reads, will be an open discussion of a selected work of DH scholarship, read in advance of the drop-in. The fourth week, Procedural Creativity Workshop, will explore digital resources and platforms useful for creative activity.

Join us!

CDH Virtual


Thursdays 3-4 pm


April 1

Antagonizing the Narrator in The Stanley Parable (Galactic Cafe,

Host: CDH Director Jason Boyd

Join Jason in this exploration of (among other things) player agency in video games.


April 8

Taking a Line for a Walk: Intro to Processing and p5.js,

Host: CDH Project Manager Reg Beatty

Join Reg for a guided tour of creating interactive graphics with Processing. 


April 15

Miriam Posner, “What’s Next: The Radical, Unrealized Potential of Digital Humanities,” Chapter 3, Debates in the Digital Humanities, 2016.

Host: CDH Director Jason Boyd