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Guest Post: Digital Humanities & Digital Journalism Symposium Recap

Brad Rittenhouse is a PhD candidate at the University of Miami specializing in 19th-century American literature and the digital humanities. His work thinks about literature as data, and looks at the intersection of literary aesthetics and information management techniques. 905 more words


The JuntoCast LIVE!: Elections in Early America

The JuntoCast returns for 2016-17 with this timely episode in which Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and special guest Jeffrey L. Pasley discuss the role and development of elections in early America from the colonial period to the antebellum era. 130 more words

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Everything is Worth Debating

Looking through three similar Wikipedia articles, the Eastern Front, the Balkan Campaign, and the Middle Eastern Front, it is interesting to see such stark differences in theme, style, and tone.   279 more words

Creating Interactive Maps

I have been looking forward to working with GIS since September when I first saw that we would be taking on the software as a portion of our Digital Public History curriculum. 562 more words

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Mapping the SS Frederick Banting

I have been looking forward to working with maps since I first saw the class schedule in September. For the past couple of years I volunteered at Banting House National Historic Site of Canada. 373 more words

Digital History

Entering the Room Full of Strings...

By Suzannah Gaulke

I was having a conversation with my grandfather over the weekend about the work I have been, and will be, doing for St. 1,200 more words


Organization Makes the Web Go 'Round

The key to making any website, not just a history website, is organization.  The last thing anyone wants to do is spend all their time looking through a website for the one thing they cannot find.  273 more words