Publishing Text for a Digital Age
March 27-30, 2014 Tufts University Medford MA [email protected]
Call for contributions!
As a follow-on to Working with Text in a Digital Age, an NEH-funded Institute for Advanced Technologies in the Digital Humanities and in collaboration with the Open Philology Project at the University of Leipzig, Tufts University announces a two-day workshop [...]
It perhaps wasn’t so long ago that I would have argued (strongly), that the digital humanities is its own thing. That there was so much work in ‘the field’ and so many unique and hard-won perspectives, that this in itself constitutes a field of practice. But as my own perspectives mature, I am a lot [...]
The Umm El-Jimal Project
Our warm welcome to the Umm el-Jimal Project web site! Located in northern Jordan, Umm el-Jimal is home to almost two thousand years of fascinating history and culture—as well as a vibrant modern community. The best-preserved Byzantine town in the Southern Hauran region, archaeological investigation has been underway on [...]
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Open Access (free to read) articles on archaeology:A recently Discovered Panel Painting of the Doomhttp://bit.ly/YGC1ax Implements and Utensils in Gerefa and the Organization of Seigneurial Farmsteads in the High Middle Ageshttp://bit.ly/18kAzL5 From the Earth to the Heavens: Economic and Architectural Examination of Adobe Bricks and Brick Making at the Third Mission Santa Clarahttp://bit.ly/14RvCO4 Notes on [...]
When was the last time you took your kids on an actual field trip? You know. Got on a bus and went to some cool historical site or museum?
It doesn’t happen very often anymore. It costs too much. Takes time. Maybe there’s just not a lot of great places to go visit that are [...]
Diane Papineau. Photo credit: Patty Ceglio
In this installment of the Content Matters interview series of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance Content Working Group we’re featuring an interview with Diane Papineau, a geographic information systems analyst at the Montana State Library.
Diane was kind enough to answer questions, in consultation with other MSL [...]
On Friday, December 6 from 12:00 – 1:00pm Eastern (9:00 – 10:00am Pacific), Hybrid Pedagogy will host a Twitter discussion under the hashtag #digped to discuss the process, practice, and theories of grading.
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