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Farewell; Work on Discerning Journalistic Styles continues!

At the end of December our current researcher-in-residence dr. Frank Harbers of Groningen University ended his project ‘Discerning Journalistic Styles’. In this blogpost he describes the outcomes and plans for the future. 371 more words

Digital Humanities

DH250-1 Materiality

When I think about materiality, and what it means to handle objects of material culture, my first thoughts are always of my undergraduate days at Brandeis University. 598 more words

Digital Humanities

General View of Cessnock (Panorama)

Mr Robert Watson, a researcher with the Hunter (Living) Histories Initiative has stitched the following three photos of Cessnock together to make a single image, a panorama of Cessnock. 100 more words

European People

Digital Document Detective, Interlude: Online Bibles and Their Limits

My new task for this and subsequent years is to read the Septuagint (LXX), the Greek translation of the Old Testament that forms the basis of so much New Testament teaching and gospel proclamation. 1,185 more words

Biblical Hebrew

Week 1: What is Digital Humanities?

This is certainly not a question I ever thought I would ask myself.

I graduated waaaaay back in 1994 with a BA in English Literature, back when it was just “Humanities.” Back when the concept of… 486 more words

Digital Humanities