The University of Virginia, which I think clearly can be seen as one of the cradles of digital humanities since the very early days, is hosting an all day (in-person and virtual) roundtable on Saturday, November 12 with an absolutely stellar set of participants. Seats (including virtual seats) are extremely limited, and pre-registration is required; there is no cost to participate. For more information, a link to registration, and some great context, see
Direct link to registration page
I do not know if they will make recordings of the roundtable available for later viewing.