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Hey U of Chicago: I’m an academic & survivor. I use trigger warnings in my classes. Here’s why. – Medium

The University of Chicago recently stated ‘We Do Not Support So-Called Trigger Warnings’. “So-Called”, eh? Because millennials are entitled and overly sensitive and oppressive, right? Not because anyone has ever experienced actual trauma and requested a little warning in order to properly administer self care, of course. 222 more words

Digital Humanities

Jobs, Roles, Skills, and Tools: Working in the Digital Academy

Digital humanities is a field that makes us self-conscious about our jobs. In my contribution to Matthew Gold’s “Debates in the Digital Humanities” I spent several thousand words anatomizing the different roles I’ve played and their different institutional frames, modes of work, funding structures, and systems of credit. 5,284 more words

Digital Humanities

Conference: Greek Manuscripts in the British Library, British Library Conference Centre, September 19, 2016

Conference: Greek Manuscripts in the British Library, British Library Conference Centre, September 19, 2016

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To mark the completion of the… 191 more words

Celebrating 100 Years of the National Parks Service

July 25, 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service (NPS). Established by Woodrow Wilson under the Organic Act of 1916, the national parks are enjoyed by millions of visitors interested in exploring the diversity and beauty of the U.S. 904 more words

ChroniclingAmerica

interview about Bebop to Hip Hop course

In a little under an hour, I head to the second meeting for my “Bebop to Hip Hop: Young America and Music” class. This year, it’s a lecture. 305 more words

University Of Alabama

Professor Claire Taylor launches a research project on 'Ways of Being in a Digital Age'

Professor Claire Taylor, from Modern Languages & Cultures’ Iberian & Latin American Studies section, is part of a team that has been awarded a grant from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) to undertake a scoping review on “Ways of Being in a Digital Age”. 260 more words

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