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James L. Smith
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TwistedDoodles 6h
There’s an awful dose doing the rounds
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James L. Smith 7h
Replying to @wall_jules
I read a lot of material written by Catholic authors from the 19th and 20th century with a really deep love for Lough Derg in County Donegal and its pilgrimage. It's hard not to get caught up in their carefully cultivated use of affect to share community emotions.
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James L. Smith 8h
Where's undesirable #1?
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Jonathan Hsy 9h
ICYMI check out this blog post about by - it captures so many of my own feelings about the conference and the international, inclusive, and intellectually capacious community that is fostering.
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DigitalHumanitiesNow 10h
CFParticipation: Digital Editions in Practice Workshop
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Jobs on Toast 11h
My article on ‘Your career options after a PhD - in a diagram’ was shared on the Indian Analytical Chemists’ Facebook page yesterday. Looking at my website stats this morning, it obviously sparked a reaction 🧪😁
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Ernesto Priego 14h
Student Voice in Textbook Evaluation: Comparing Open and Restricted Textbooks -
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Rachel Carson Center 16h
CfP: "Waters Rising," a special issue of Green Letters on floods in the literary imagination of environmental crisis. Deadline 15 March 2019.
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James L. Smith 19h
Replying to @martin_eve
Fingers crossed for you!
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Pierre Mounier 20h
Open Access in the humanities made concrete: highlights from the ‘How to make the most of your publications in the humanities?’ workshop via
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punctum🍸books Feb 18
NEW IMPRINT at punctum: RISKING EDUCATION takes aim at the pieties of education & the conceit of the educated, suspecting that these positions are upheld by little more than habit & the fantasy of intellectual fulfillment:
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Paulo Feb 18
I wrote this. And now I'm very happy it's published on 's Ideas section. Many many thanks to , who guided me throughout the whole process from draft to published piece!
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James L. Smith Feb 18
Replying to @DebsEThorpe
We've got to survive!!!
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James L. Smith Feb 18
Replying to @samoore_
Maybe someone could tell them that bulk selling pet supplies to those surfing the web on their 56k modems is a rad idea.
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James L. Smith Feb 18
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@Parthenos_EU Feb 18
We are proud to announce that the PARTHENOS Training Suite has been shortlisted for the DH 2018 Awards in the category 'BEST USE DH PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT'! You can vote here: . Check out the Training Suite on our website:
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OpenMethods Feb 18
✨OpenMethods has been nominated for 2018 ! ✨You can take a look at the list of amazing resources and vote here: Want to learn more about our mission? Visit us at
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DigitalHumanTCD Feb 15
On Wednesday, 6 March, the project team will host a workshop of the subject of 'Uncertainty in Humanities Research Datasets' together with and . Further details and registration is available here:
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James L. Smith Feb 18
Replying to @TomCODonnell
Yeah it was like teaching in a good way :)
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James L. Smith Feb 18
Replying to @TomCODonnell
I just ran a session, and was reminded of your tweet. It feels *identical* to teaching.
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