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Creativity in the Digital Age: Remixes, Remediations, Realignments Report

23 May 2017, Cardiff University

By definition, creativity is about the new and the different, the original and the inventive. Yet it can also involve reworking and realigning, putting a fresh spin on a practice or a concept and producing something wholly unexpected, exciting or even challenging.  1,683 more words

Events

Of the Place Now Called Victoria

I shall write about the stimulating experience of my first DHSI (Digital Humanities Summer Institute) in a bit, but today’s post, in inadequate phone pictures, is about the loveliness of the southern part of… 129 more words

Photography

Geeking Out Loud

Geeking Out Loud about Apocrypha: or, a new e-Clavis entry up from yours truly and why you should care. Happy Friday to you all! I’m in the middle of a move right now (yes, literally the same weekend I’m flying to Europe– why not kill ‘all the birds’ with a single stone?), so I haven’t gotten around to the next installment of ‘Raiders of the Lost Archive.’ Instead, I’ll just leave you with a minor announcement and a thought or two. 1,811 more words

Corpus Anotation

On the back of the corpus chapter that I read through here, I thought that I would pick up an old project that I might explain in another post. 710 more words

Media Studies

New Exhibition in HMML’s Reading Room: Fragmented Beauty

A new exhibition at the Hill Museum & Manuscript Library (HMML) at Saint John’s University, examines manuscript fragments. Fragmented Beauty features manuscripts that span a time period of over 1,500 years and are of European and non-European origin.

Source: News from HMML – HMML

Catholicism

Religious History Fellowships in Florence

Istituto Sangalli (Sangalli Institute) is offering postdoctoral fellowships in religious history at the Medici Archive Project in Florence.

The brief description reads:

“The Sangalli Institute for the history and religious cultures offers the opportunity of a short research stay in Florence to young fellows of any nationality (included the Italians) affiliated to foreign universities and research centers, in order to create an effective and productive dialogue between the great cultural heritage of Florence and the world of the international researchers in the humanities specialized in the history of religions and religious studies, with special attention to the interfaith dialogue and interdisciplinary approaches. 52 more words

European History