Student uses technology to track French writers' 19th-century social networks Penn State News Digital humanities is a topic she encounters in her assistantship with the University Libraries' Publishing and Curation Services department, where among...
Roxanne Shirazi (CUNY Graduate Center) has written up a talk delivered as part of a panel sponsored by the Women and Gender Studies Section of the ACRL on “Digital Humanities and Libraries: Power and Privilege, Practice and Theory.” The panel, at ...
Infographics might seem like a modern phenomenon—citizens of the internet love nothing more than a nice and tidy presentation of catchy stats—but data viz dates way, way back. In The Book of Trees: Visualizing Branches of Knowledge, interaction designer Manuel Lima examines a recurring theme: more than eight centuries' worth of trees used as diagrams, and why botanical iconography has endured from those early days through to the digital revolution.
Library Journal Connecting Researchers to New Digital Tools | Not Dead Yet Library Journal In the humanities, knowing about a data tool is only half the battle. There's a huge problem in getting access to large amounts of textual data.
“ Those of us who live in the humanities wing of the academic mansion constantly hear people telling us that we are “in crisis.” In June 2013, the Wall Street Journal featured the article “Humanities Fall From Favor.” Four days later, the Chronicle...”
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description by The Scout Project "This open access version of the printed book, Debates in the Digital Humanities, brings together a range of experts to discuss the theories, methods, and practices of the digital humanities.
Slides from the January 18th Demystifying Digital Humanities workshop on Exploring Programming in the Humanities, held at the Simpson Center for the Humanities, (RT @paigecmorgan: In case you missed it: Slides from today's Demystifying Digital Humanities:...
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