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Rev. Pharos: Doing Justice to the Classics

In the DH seminar I’m taking this semester, we are tasked with reviewing a digital project and posting this review on our blog, aka here. I want to tailor my DH assignments to Classics, since we are graciously given quite a bit of leeway and freedom (Thanks, Dhanashree!). 792 more words


Beyond the Unexpected: Land, Decolonization, and Self-Determination in Network Sovereignty

There is a famous photograph of Bedonkohe Apache leader Geronimo sitting in a Cadillac. It was taken in 1905. Geronimo was in captivity at the time, having surrendered to the US government in 1886, and the photograph was shot as a publicity stunt for Oklahoma’s Gala Day. 1,492 more words

New Media

How Can Libraries and Digital Humanities Spaces Co-Exist?

Over at Hyperallergic, I have contributed a new article on the removal of books from the fine arts library at UT-Austin and the planned movement of books from the libraries at UW-Madison [ 664 more words

A German gateway to applied Early Modern sciences

There is a great difference between articles and monographs presenting the latest thought and results of new experiments on one end of the scientific world, and at the other end popularised science in cheap books and leaflets. 2,084 more words

Legal History

CIA whistleblower Edward Snowden to give virtual lecture at the U of A

Edward Snowden, the man who leaked information about widespread government surveillance to the public, will be giving a talk at the University of Alberta. … Rockwell, who researches digital humanities, said Snowden's revelations remain important five years after the initial leak, in light of how … 7 more words


Timelines are Just Easier

Have you ever had a research paper to write about a certain topic and you found multitudes of media all over the web, most of which you couldn’t use either because they were hard to cite or because they were not suitable for a systematic paper? 500 more words

Digital Humanities

The Scale of Technology

One of the biggest challenges that digital humanists face when exploring the Internet and World Wide Web is, simply, the scope of what they have to study. 527 more words

Digital Humanities