Category Archives: digital humanities

3….2…1….Launch! (or, One Week | One Tool goes live)

This post will coincide with the launch of the OneWeek tool, Anthologize. Yesterday I used the tool for the very first time, selecting and collecting the items from this blog tagged with #oneweek.  I found the interface to be fairly … Continue reading

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Pencils Down Day (or One Week | One Tool, day 6)

Today started early (maybe too early for those of us up to the wee hours of the morning working).  We reconnoitered at 7:30am at a hotel conference room for an intense few hours of work.  Tom made us promise to … Continue reading

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Risk & Strategy (or One Week | One Tool, day 5)

Today was mostly typing up loose ends.  We followed our now-regular schedule of having an all-team meeting at CHNM HQ at 10am.  Each team reported in on their progress.  Some of the discussion was to clarify what features will and … Continue reading

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Pants Day (or, One Week | One Tool Day 4)

Today didn’t begin with yoga, despite the fact that exercise was such a productive thing for me in previous OneWeek days.   Instead I opted to sleep in as long as possible, knowing that today would be a long one… Upon … Continue reading

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Identity Crisis Day (or One Week | One Tool, day 3)

Today’s not over yet, but I’ve got a few minutes of downtime, so I thought I’d take a moment to summarize today’s events thus far…. First of all, I’ll reveal that I’m on the Outreach Committee.  So I can really … Continue reading

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Decision Day (or One Week | One Tool, Day 2)

This post will mostly be about our selection process.  Perhaps this will be uninteresting to most of you…but I wanted to just get it down somewhere before I was too mired in the details of the project to remember what … Continue reading

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Some initial thoughts from my DH summer & One Week | One Tool

I’ve been calling this past few months my “DH Summer” (or #DHsummer for those of you who follow me on Twitter), because of so many events and experiences that I lined up in the field of Digital Humanities.  First, I … Continue reading

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History over the Air

How much history do you listen to? What are the best history radio shows and podcasts, after this one? What makes them great? Continue reading

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Thoughts on HUMlab and "A Room of Our Own"

Today I attended a presentation about HUMlab from Patrik Svensson of Umea University.  He offered some thoughts on trends in the field of Digital Humanities, basing his ideas on his recent series of articles for DHQ.  What kept running through … Continue reading

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PDP Podcast: Keynote Address with Peter Stallybrass

The Keynote address at The Past’s Digital Presence conference, given by Peter Stallybrass on Feb. 20, 2010 at Yale University.  Stallybrass is Walter H. and Leonore C. Annenberg Professor in the Humanities and Professor of English and of Comparative Literature … Continue reading

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