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After class ended, I stayed behind and was finally able to successfully pin my Berg photos to the Newark350 collection on Historypin. Like all subpar digital cartographers behind their time, I celebrated my tiny victory alone.
Tags » Digital Humanities
A digital project by Bill Rankin visualizes the spread of slavery in the United States in maps. Rankin uses dots, black space (to render county/state lines nearly invisible), and color gradations to mark the changing population of slave and free: 397 more words
The inspiration for my unessay was spurred by an article entitled, Reading environment(s): digital humanities meets ecocriticism, co-written by Stephanie Posthumus and Stefan Sinclair. I am interested in how our new global environment is impacting the humanities, and how this is captured in literature. 301 more words
Because I have been so lucky to employ fantastic researchers here at Dartmouth and at CU-Boulder to work on the Stainforth Library of Women’s Writing, Dartmouth’s Digital Humanities librarians asked me to present on experiential learning in DH. 3,110 more words