Conferences

       
     


THE HUMANITIES AND TECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION sponsors annual conferences that explore themes at the humanities and technology interface.

 

 

The 2011 HTA Conference

was held October 13-15, 2011

at Bowie State University

 

Past conferences have explored a variety of themes. The papers on their programs exemplify the broad range of interdisciplinary interests and activities that converge at the HTA Conference.

  • HTA 2011, was held at Bowie State University.
  • The theme of HTA 2010, held at Bowie State University, was "Technology and Development: The Human Benefits and Burdens." (For the HTA 2010 Web Site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2009, held at the University of Virginia, was "Technology, Democracy, and Citizenship." (For the HTA 2009 Web Site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2008, held at the Borough of Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York, was "Technology of Small Things." (For the HTA 2008 Web Site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2007, held at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, was "Sustainable Transformations: Technology and Its Environments." (For the HTA 2007 Web Site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2006, held at the Borough of Manhattan Community College of the City University of New York, was "[Re]Configurations: Arts, Humanities, and Technology in the Urban Environment." (For the HTA 2006 Web site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2005, held at Utah Valley State College, was "Finding Meaning and Cultivating Humanity in a 21st Century Technological World." (For the HTA 2005 Web site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2004, held at York College of Pennsylvania, was "Technology and Religion." (For the HTA 2004 Web site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2003, held at Dowling College, was "Ethical Issues and Creativity in the Humanities and Technology."
  • The theme of HTA 2002, held at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, was "Permeable Boundaries between Technology and the Natural World." (For the HTA 2002 Web site, click here)
  • The theme of HTA 2001, held at the University of Virginia, was "Creativity in the Humanities, Science, and Technology." (For the HTA 2001 Web site, click here)

 

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