It is not enough to write monographs. It is not enough to publish. Today, scholars must understand what happens when our research is distributed, and we must write, not for rarified audiences, but for unexpected ones.
Humans, as a species, are around 200,000 years old. Compared to the age of the universe we’re clearly infants but compared to the internet, we’re pretty old and compared to social media, which is still…
If an academic can be un-hired, fired, or asked to resign because of a “tweet” or a blog post, can we find a way in the humanities to hire, promote, or offer tenure to academics for the same? This was one of the more provocative questions posed, and discussed, at a roundtable talk at the most recent THATCamp at the AAR/SBL Annual Meeting in Atlanta, GA two weeks ago. Overview of #THATCampAARSBL
Hillel Arnold (Rockefeller Archive Center) has shared the text of his talk, Critical Work: Archivists as Maintainers, given at the 2016 Annual Meeting of the Society of American Archivists (SAA) earlier this month.
Information on the funding activities of the Volkswagen Foundation related to the transformation of science and scholarship as well as society caused by digitalization, e.g. Digital Humanities, Big Data ...
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