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TAPoR, Historic Tools and Going Out on a High Note

Last week, I had the singular pleasure of seeing a prominent DH scholar comment favourably on an aspect of the TAPoR 2.5 portal I’m particularly proud of.  732 more words

Cultural Heritage Information Management Forum Next June!

The Department of Library and Information Science has just announced that it will host the Cultural Heritage Information Management Forum in Washington, DC on June 5, 2015. 114 more words

Everyone is a Curator

The purpose of this project is to investigate the way crowdsourcing is employed by art galleries and museums to promote their establishments and engage with a wider audience. 388 more words

Digital Art History

NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants

Apply for a Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant!

National Endowment for the Humanities/Natl. Fndn. on the Arts & Humanities is currently accepting proposals designed to encourage innovations in the digital humanities. 272 more words

Grant Opportunities

Data Visual: 7/21

I thought it would be prudent today to post a graph summarizing the tweets that occurred over the week in Switzerland for the 2014 DH conference. 18 more words

Creative

Indigenous Protocol in Cyberspace: Hospitality and Kevin Lee Burton’s God’s Lake Narrows

In 2010 Kevin Lee Burton (Swampy Cree) and Caroline Monnet (Algonquin) unveiled RESERVE(d) to the Winnipeg arts scene. RESERVE(d) welcomed “northern” guests into the homes of the residents of… 3,608 more words

Indigenous Literature

From Ordinary to Extraordinary

I will never look at a cow the same. And I owe this to the digital humanities and the winding roads of central Colorado. My wife and I had just finished a 6 day camping trip in central Colorado, and we were traveling 600 miles to Lubbock, Texas for a family reunion. 501 more words

Digital Humanities