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Digital Humanities Experiments

A conference on Digital Humanities Experiments #dhiha6 will be held in Paris on 11-12 June 2015.  The conference is sponsored by the European Science Foundation – Scientific Review Group HUM and the Institut d’études avancées (IEA) de Paris. 152 more words

Humanities Education

Pleiades in the Classroom: A Mapping Webinar

Join us online at 10 am – 11:30 am (ET) on Friday, May 29th for a webinar broadcast from the Center for Hellenic Studies to discuss how to use the geospatial data housed in  152 more words

#WednesdayBlog Miriam Posner's Blog #BlogsIFollow #Digital Humanties

[(Almost) Every Wednesday I’ll recommend one of the blogs I follow. Yes, I still follow the best of the best using a feed reader. You’ll be able to check the list @ this blog’s header.] 84 more words


Virtual Embodiment, Deep Learning, and the Humanities

Although the topic of digital game-based learning and gamification did not make this year’s New Horizon Report (it was mentioned in the 2014 report), I was happy to discover an interview with EDUCAUSE President and CEO, Diana Oblinger, in which these instructional approaches were mentioned first on a list of three trends that will impact the future of information technology in higher education: 690 more words


Interview with Alison Macrina (@flexlibris)

As we enter the “information sciences,” LIS students cannot help but be on the front lines of recent important debates in digital privacy. While digital privacy issues have simmered below the surface long since the explosion of the internet, it has most recently become a hotly contested issue surrounding the NSA spying program and the whistleblowing efforts of Julian Assange and Edward Snowden. 1,062 more words

Advocacy & Activism

Inheritance of the digital - Panel at SIEF 2015

This year too, I will participate to the SIEF Congress, the biennal conference of the International Society for Ethnology and Folklore. This time, it takes place in Zagreb, Croatia, June 21-25. 246 more words


The Familiar & The Familiarized

The Familiar is Mark Z. Danielewski’s most recent literary expedition after his acclaimed novel House of Leaves and imaginative Only Revolutions. “Expedition” is perhaps the best description of  202 more words