Tag Archives: digital humanities

Teaching Digital History: Beyond Tech Support

I taught my first “digital humanities” course in the spring of 1998 when I was a visiting assistant professor at Grinnell College. My students created a “virtual archive” of primary sources, building a website that made it easy (in 1998 … Continue reading

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THATCamp Switzerland (8)

The final full session I attended was devoted to the question of digital project management, led by Radu Suciu. Among the questions discussed were how to complete a project once the money runs out? Another was how to plan successfully … Continue reading

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Hello DHNow

On Wednesday, the first of the four forthcoming PressForward publications launched: Digital Humanities Now. This publication is a re-launch of an older attempt to aggregate what digital humanists were discussing in real time…the prior version was focused primarily on Twitter … Continue reading

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If Only Roy Were Here To See This

Today I saw the notice from the American Historical Association that there will be 23 separate sessions at the Association’s annual meeting devoted to digital history/digital humanities topics. If only Roy Rosenzweig were here to see his vision being realized … Continue reading

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