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"We know what we are, but know not what we may be"

Looking out on to the horizon of week 6 of the Fall 2016 semester, I’m realizing it has already been a very long couple weeks, punctuated by the stops and starts of readings and blog posts. 607 more words

My Timeline

In our last class period, we went over digital tools such as Timeline and Esri’s Storymaps. These are some amazing tools for telling stories for reasons. 364 more words

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Subjective Image Processing?

In my role as Assistant Project Manager, I respond to the many requests for reproducing content from the William Blake Archive, of which the overwhelming majority are for images (a surprise to me). 311 more words

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Featured in Library Exhibit "Digital Humanities at Dartmouth: Portraits of a Community of Practice"

An excerpt from my Winter syllabus appears in the library exhibit “Digital Humanities at Dartmouth: A Community of Practice.” The exhibit opened August 1 and ends today, so it’s the last day to visit these posters in the Baker Library workspace. 257 more words

Understanding Shakespeare

I can’t BELIEVE I haven’t plugged this yet, because it’s so legit.

JSTOR just sealed itself in my heart as the coolest resource ever by combining my two greatest loves – Digital Humanities and Shakespeare – to create an AMAZING site called… 227 more words

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Machine clustering and “The Flowing Light of the Godhead”

In Chapter 11 of Text Analysis with R for Students of Literature, Matthew Jockers introduces machine clustering through an authorship attribution problem. That is, by comparing different usages of high frequency words in an ingested corpus and calculating the… 1,497 more words

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Poetry and Storytelling in the Digital Age: The Poetry Foundation vs. r/WritingPrompts — Hurricane: A Storm of Digital Humanities

My project that chronicles the founding and development of both r/WritingPrompts and The Poetry Foundation can be found here. Literature is changing. Nothing major and nothing that will reshape what literature innately is.

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