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Network Detroit: DH Theory and Practice

I’m looking forward to addressing the conference, “Network Detroit: Digital Humanities Theory and Practice” Friday, September 26, 6:00 PM, at Lawrence Technological University.

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Register for Southeast Digital Humanities event by Sept 26!

On October 29 and 30, a group of academics from across the Southeast will host a two-day “Digital Humanities in the Southeast” event. Held jointly at Georgia Tech on the 29th and Georgia State on the 30th, the workshop will feature talks by local scholars, a grant preparation workshop run by a representative from the NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities, and, schedule permitting, individual meetings with NEH ODH representatives regarding existing or new project proposals. 170 more words


How Multimedia Applies to My Upcoming Weekend Home

So, in class we read an article by Rockwell and Mactavish titled “Multimedia”. We also looked at this site for The Rossetti Archive that demonstrated a lot of what Multimedia is now. 289 more words


Curating for the Public Philosophy Journal

This week I was the guest curator-at-large for the Public Philosophy Journal.  The Public Philosophy Journal is a website and blog that aims to facilitate public philosophy in the many ways that term could be understood.   1,768 more words

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Five College Digital Humanities Kick-Off Celebration

Honors 391 Students,

You are all cordially invited to the Five College Digital Humanities Kick-Off Celebration. More than being invited, I encourage each of you to come to the event as you will get see what the DH landscape in the Five colleges. 56 more words

The Adventure of the Dancing Men

For a change of pace, I read the Sherlock Holmes story, “The Adventure of the Dancing Men,” from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s The Return of Sherlock Holmes… 440 more words

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