Spring ’17 brought the Reynolda Campus not only blooming flora and gentle mists but also two DH Kitchen events.
In late March, Carrie Johnston, Digital Humanities Research Designer at ZSR library, presented a talk entitled “One Map, Four Ways.” Johnston’s talk demonstrated ways in which digital tools can both enhance and limit humanities research and pedagogy. Using […]
Please join faculty colleagues on Friday, November 4, in 301 Reynolda Hall from 3:00-4:00pm, for a special DH Kitchen/Humanities Conversation session on Assessing Digital Humanities Scholarship. Following up on Todd Presner’s October 18th guest lecture, we will discuss ways to support and facilitate digital humanities research within academic departments.
Presner’s lecture, “Assessing Digital Humanities Scholarship: Challenges, […]
An open invitation to all digital humanists or people working on digital humanities projects! Save the date for the annual Day of Digital Humanities that will take place on April 8, 2016.
A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is a project looking at a day in the […]
Artstor is proud to announce the Digital Humanities Award. This award recognizes the most innovative and intellectually stimulating projects in this growing field as part of Artstor’s commitment to enhance scholarship and teaching across all disciplines through the use of digital media. Award recipients will receive five years of free access to Artstor’s innovative cloud-based […]
Last spring Mark Sample announced that he would be joining the faculty of Davidson College in order to help launch a new Digital Studies program. Now Davidson’s Digital Studies Initiative website is live. Check it out!
WHAT IS DIGITAL STUDIES? Digital Studies […]
Earlier this year, ZSR Library began contributing items from ZSR Digital Collections to the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA), which provides access to the digital collections of libraries, archives, museums and historical societies across the United States.
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This year’s Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities makes connections between the historic connection between humans and technology suggesting that we are better together. Arguing against a vision of technology that aims for artificial intelligence (i.e. to pass the Turing Test), and for a view held by Ada Lovelace in which computers […]
Here’s Scott Weingart’s annual analysis of the acceptance and rejections for this years Digital Humanities conference. Previous year’s analyses are available too. This is a good way to get an overview of how the field has developed over the years.
A timely article on the importance of net neutrality to preserving the web as we know it. It is an issue that we should all take note of as current developments in the corporate world aim to undermine the assumed freedom of the internet.
As stated in this article:
All non-profit content will compete with […]
The Executive Council of the Association for Computers and the Humanities is delighted to announce its third round of Microgrants.
This year, we particularly invite proposals on pedagogy, although applications will still be considered in other areas that advance the goals and mission of the ACH, to support computer-assisted research, teaching, and software and content […]
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