Cathy Davidson, a major player in the digital humanities and discussions of new models of higher education, is leaving Duke University for the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Davidson is currently the John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies and the Ruth F. DeVarney Professor of English at […]
Bethany Nowviskie responds to OCLC Research’s report, “Does every research library need a digital humanities center?” with the aptly sharp retort, “The answer, of course, is of course not.” She continues:
[T]he chief value of the report is in its clear reinforcement of the notion that a one-size-fits-all approach to digital scholarship support never fits […]
This essay is intended to prepare research library directors and other decision-makers to respond to questions from deans or provosts who may ask what the library is doing about the digital humanities. It discusses specific concerns of digital humanists and ties these to decisions that might be made by directors, in hopes of bridging the […]
Following the Liberal Arts Colleges and Digital Scholarship Services Pre-Conference at the 2013 Digital Library Federation Forum, I was one of five people to write the following manifesto intended to guide digital scholarship and digital humanities efforts at liberal arts colleges.
Librarians and technologists at liberal arts colleges are well-positioned to create and collaborate on […]
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