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James L. Smith
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OpenLibHums Dec 14
Tune in today at 3pm GMT / 7am PST/ 10am EST/ 4pm CET (in 3 hours) for an Twitter chat with on the topic of and the Global South: . Follow and join the discussion!
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Creative Commons UK Dec 14
RT : "Open Access, the Global South and the Politics of Knowledge Production and Circulation", a new Open Insights interview with Leslie Chan ():
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James L. Smith Dec 12
Happening today at 1pm! Come and join us.
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OpenLibHums Dec 11
"Open Access, the Global South and the Politics of Knowledge Production and Circulation", a new Open Insights interview with Leslie Chan ():
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Prof Catherine Clarke Dec 9
Excited to reveal the striking cover design for my new book , out early 2019. Thanks to for the beautiful cover image, showing our art collaboration at St John's Ruins, .
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James L. Smith Dec 11
Join me tomorrow the 13th at 1pm for a PMRG lunchtime talk at UWA in Philippa Maddern Seminar Room (Arts 1.33). The topic? Lough Derg! ()
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Ernesto Priego Dec 11
Openly shared with all of you. Parables of Care. Creative Responses to Dementia Care, As Told by Carers from
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James L. Smith Dec 11
Replying to @AntheaButler
Thanks! More blog posts to come in the new year.
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James L. Smith Dec 7
My first couple of months as an postdoctoral fellow have been exciting and frenetic. I have a blog, which you can read at . My collection is starting to take shape and make place. And I'm making fun plans for 2019.
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Dr. Ellen Arnold Dec 10
Inspired by and I tried for a more essay-ish voice with this piece on and I’m delighted to be part of such a compelling issue.
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Micro SF/F stories Dec 1
Orum weighed the lump of star metal in his hand. "It can't be smelted," his father said. "The forge isn't hot enough." 1/25
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Martin Paul Eve Dec 9
This. The report on which it comments is nonsense that would have a devastating impact outside of Oxbridge.
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DigitalHumanTCD Dec 9
The December issue of the DH@TCD Newsletter is now available to read here:
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Carole Cadwalladr Dec 9
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Lough Derg Dec 9
Sounds very exciting best of luck with the plans. Looking forward to learning more about your research
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Communities DARIAH Dec 8
Do we demand of the digital what we don’t demand of the ‘analogue’ scholars (with regards to making data open) - asks
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Aliza Elkin Dec 7
I have collected literally hundreds of examples of error from mass digitization projects found in google books, hathi trust, and internet archive as instances of preserving the traces of digital labor and i made a zine fyi called hand job
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Channel 4 News Dec 7
"I think you would mess it all up for us, the way you have messed it all up for yourselves." Heidi Nordby Lunde, president of Norway's European Movement, is sceptical about calls for the UK to strike a Norway-style deal with the EU.
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Ilya Kaminsky Dec 6
"Do you think the water will forget what we have done" --
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James L. Smith Dec 7
The Anthropocene?
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