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the cover of my book is here. yay!

I am trying to unwind from the Fall 2014 semester. I have even pressed hold on prepping for the Spring 2015 semester (indeed, most of the PDF readings for “Gender, Race and the Urban Space,” my first graduate course, and “Antebellum America,” a new undergraduate course, are done). 204 more words

Sharony Green

Weekly Roundup: December 20

  • “History and astronomy are a lot alike. When people claim history couldn’t possibly be scientific, because how can you do science without direct experimentation, astronomy should be used as an immediate counterexample.”
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University of Virginia Assistant Professorship in Digital Humanities

Deadline: January 15

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: Focus on “textual analysis or big history”; ” UVA’s excellence in textual studies, bibliography and the history of book as well as diverse programs in literatures and languages will enrich this professor’s opportunities, yet potential home departments also include Media Studies, Anthropology, Art History, Drama, Music, Classics, Philosophy, History, and Religious Studies. 60 more words

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Announcing Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments

I’m elated today to announce, along with my fellow editors, Matt Gold, Katherine D. Harris, and Jentery Sayers, and in conjunction with the Modern Language Association  201 more words

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December 9 Event: "Modern China Studies and the Digital Humanities:" Photos and Audio

Photographs and audio are now available from the December 9, 2014 event “Modern China Studies and the Digital Humanities: An Introduction to Computational Methods, Tools, and Data.  73 more words

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