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Carol Harris 20m
oooh! Excellent free seminars on , . And biscuits.
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Michelle Moravec Sep 17
if a person wanted to publish an annotated version of a text with their class what platform might one use? text is 700+ pages already digitized thankfully.
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Michele Kennerly 20h
PSU’s History Dept is hiring in Digital History! (possibly...)
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Institute of Historical Research Library 3h
Seminars at the IHR start this week! Remember they are free, open to all and advance booking is not required! Come and explore , and many more… For full list of seminars and their programmes visit: .
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Michelle Moravec 21h
THIS huge part of why research are SO IMPORTANT, thanks for asking the hard questions
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IHR Digital History 9h
Join us tonight for the first public talk of the term at Senate House or online: Tony McEnery (Lancaster) – Studying history with corpora: social outsiders in the seventeenth century
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Michelle Moravec 20h
dope u heard it here first
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Darren S. Layne 18h
The second part of our case study explores how to reduce subjectivity in historical as introduces you to the best friends you never knew you had: authority records. One more post in the series to go!
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Jesse Sadler Sep 18
I am really excited to announce my first package. It is called debkeepr, and it provides functions and a special class for working with pounds, shillings and pence values in R. Intro blog post:
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RRCHNM Sep 24
ReSounding the Archives has launched: - bringing historic sheet music back to life through digitization of sheet music, performance of each piece, and student research about each piece -
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M. Hanlon Sep 22
Very cool visit to the Chateau de Falaise today. Saw an exposition of Tardi’s work of WWI (castle was a hospital at the time) and digital reconstructions of the castle on tablets.
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Jim Clifford Sep 19
I've created an interactive web map with data from the project.
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Isabel Singer Sep 21
Check out 's thoughtful reflection on curating a digital exhibit for
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Dr Nikki Henningham 19h
The article that provoked these comments is a must read for anyone researching in the age.
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Pip Willcox 20h
A wonderful to suit an early career practitioner, working with a brilliant and lovely team. , please help spread the word!
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Johannes Nagel Sep 23
While studying methods at , I learned abt this article on State of the Union discourse 1790–2014. Interesting application of SNA & neat visualizations!
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Dr. Rachel Boyle Sep 21
I had the honor of curating a digital exhibit exploring the history of protest in Chicago for . Here is a reflection on the process, including a look at what ended up on the cutting room floor
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Margaret Breidenbaugh Sep 21
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Milan van Lange Sep 21
Yesterday and I presented 'Debating Evil' at the and Conference in Ljubliana. We have shown how developments in vocabulary can be considered reflective of discursive changes. See:
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Anna Samuels Sep 20
In true fashion, I made some Wikipedia edits this week! Check out my post on redrafting and contextualizing local history:
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