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Dr Rachel Murphy Dec 11
Just today was writing about how the expectation is for traditional forms of research output, rather than practice-based & it can be challenging to find externs/reviewers who are both familiar with the technology & subject area. This approach is v. helpful.
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Dr Toni Weller Dec 9
Just found a nice review of my book 'History in the Digital Age' - glad you found it of interest !
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Michael J. Kramer Dec 8
This is a project long in the making, but finally making some progress! Digitizing the Berkeley Folk Music Festival Archive,
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Claire Perrott Dec 7
Excellent digital humanities project from my alma mater! I’m always looking for good examples of to show my students and for inspiration with my own projects! Please reply with other interesting examples!
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Mica Jorgenson Dec 11
Sherman Centre for Digital Scholarship resident and PhD candidate in Sarah Whitwell () reflects on the importance of narrative in digital historical research. Over on the blog:
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Dr. Waitman W. Beorn Dec 13
What's in a name? Another great student project from class: This group mapped buildings on grounds named after slave holders...but it's nicely nuanced and researched.
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Dr. Waitman W. Beorn Dec 12
Student project from class: An incredible analysis of the trade in stolen cadavers for medical education. This includes mapping and social network analysis along with narrative.
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Sarah J. Purcell Dec 14
My students’ final projects impressed me so much that I started crying at the end of class! 🤣
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Dr. Waitman W. Beorn Dec 14
Continuing with great student projects from my class. THis group wanted to explore what happened to Jefferson's slaves after his death and tracked them down.
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Dr. Waitman W. Beorn Dec 12
I wanted to share (w/ permission) the amazing work my students in my class did on their semester-long project. Only reqmt was had to be about slavery at UVA, Monticello, or the region.These students did really pathbreaking work. I will share and link as well.
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Craig Perrier Dec 14
New items for the module Conflict in the British Empire: The American Revolution 1770-1800 Focus is on Native experiences for Ts,Ss Great for inquiry and PBL.Spread the word.
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Thread Reader App Dec 12
Hi you can read it here: Thread by : "Thinking about how to explain and scholarship to colleagues on academic and promo […]" Share this if you think it's interesting. 🤖
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Dr. Waitman W. Beorn Dec 13
Last one for today:Another great student project from class. This group did a deep dive into telling the story of the Hemings of by also mapping their movements.
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The Waggonner Center Dec 11
Today at 4 in Wyly Auditorium we'll have talking about . This event is free and open to the public. Please join us!
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Thread Reader App Dec 11
Hello, the unroll you asked for: Thread by : "Thinking about how to explain and scholarship to colleagues on academic and promo […]" Have a good day. 🤖
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CMS w bibliotekach Dec 11
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Avrati Bhatnagar Dec 11
Working on a finals project - a first for me in the field - and feeling so fly each time a code works. Engaging with archival sources will not remain the same for me, people! 🤓😂.
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Michael J. Kramer Dec 6
Have to think more about this claim. “the fuzzy, context-specific models produced by machine learning have a lot in common with the family resemblances historians glimpse in culture.”-
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Michelle Moravec Dec 12
I'm looking for panelists to do an panel on women's liberation movement in the Anglophone world. Tweeps DM or respond if you are interested!
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Amanda Seligman Dec 10
Replying to @MkeEncyclopedia
And how do we know if your project is “finished”? Don’t get me started. We are a decade into and hoping to wrap up Phase 1 in the next year. 13/15
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