Day of DH 2014! What does a day of pixelated humanism look like in my world? The highlight will be exploring issues with my graduate seminar on digital humanities (history of science 5970) in the afternoon. We’ll be talking open access, copyrights, open science, and more today. First thing to do in the morning will be reading the six students’ new blog posts (which can touch on anything related to DH), and thinking about what patterns their blog posts from across the semester may show as part of today’s class prep. Feel free to visit and join in the comments section!
What happens when the humanities plug in, go electric, and get real loud? April 8th is showtime
Edited to add: Here’s the playlist:
- “The Wylde Scholar in Its Natural Habitat“
- “Archives in a Digital World II“
- “Does the Author Exist and Other Questions?“
- “What is an Education? A Preliminary Notion“
- “Many Goodly Creatures” and
- “Curious Conference…“
Image: “Stratocaster Pop Art” by Renee Silverman, via a creative commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic License.