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What is DH 6h
Digital Humanities is the intersection of sociology and whiskey studies, but INT_MAX times faster.
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Laura M. Ortiz Mercado 1m
continues the discussion on and with his presentation on "Digital Shakespeare and the Problem of the Test Case."
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Ruth Nugent 9h
I am utterly, utterly delighted (and twice amazed!) to have been selected as a UKRI Future Leader's Fellow in Archaeology! SO MUCH more to come and can't wait to get started. Come and find me at the University of Liverpool!
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What is DH Sep 17
Digital Humanities is a robot translating a narratologist.
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DIGHUMLAB Sep 19
Interested in audio and audiovisual material? 🤔 Watch our video about .fm - an online platform where researchers and students have access to a huge of Danish and
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Dr. Rebecca S. Wingo Sep 19
Does anyone have a) any examples of / / comps lists? Prompts also welcome. b) thoughts about comping in DH? Been asked & am debating. Main concerns include the almost immediate irrelevancy of the lists & mistaken belief that comping = skill
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PaulSpence 22h
Good to meet our new students on our MA in this week. We've made some programme changes we're really excited about, and I'm looking forward to the new academic year!
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Library Journal 2h
New Research Tools: The Digital Humanities Guidebook
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Albert Meroño Sep 17
Here is my trip report on the recent conference in Liège, Belgium. Thanks all for a wonderful and insightful event!
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artefacto 8h
the Digital Humanities Literacy Guidebook is a new crowdsourced website recently launched by Carnegie Mellon University and the A.W. Mellon Foundation for people just starting out in . And they're looking for contributors too.
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KUDigitalWriting 4h
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James Hughes 5h
students, learning liberal arts is going to be critical to your success in the future. 👩‍💻👨‍💻
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Lisa Tagliaferri 20h
Version control isn’t just for code — learn how to use Git to manage your next writing project & keep track of drafts & changes in a meaningful way 📜✍️ Leverage for dissertations👩🏿‍💻 Tutorial by , great developer & writer👨🏻‍🏫
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Swarthmore College Libraries 2h
Introduction To Film And Media Studies (FMST 01) Syllabus by Sunka Simon, who was awarded a curricular grant for this course
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Kevin Gunn Sep 13
Citation Mining of Humanities Journals: The Progress to Date and the Challenges Ahead | Journal of European Periodical Studies
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Alice Santiago Faria 10h
Nice guidebook on in so many ways.. Congratulations!
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Prakruti Maniar 17h
In cool things I learn at school: Archives as represented in Pop Culture.
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Dr. Megan Peiser Sep 17
I am regularly asked to peer review work, and I try hard to make time for this v important work when I can. I try to write these reviews in a way that enables the project to use/quote from them in grant applications for $$ to improve these projects.
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William Ledbetter Sep 19
Cytoscape is a great tool for creating filters and visualizations! Enjoyed the class, lots to learn in the manual moving forward...
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Kate_ShouldBeWorking Sep 19
Recent UCLA grads Leia Yen and Kristen Tang present their amazing project Drone Wars and give probably the best definition of DH I’ve ever heard
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