The movement for Digital Social Innovation (DSI) insists on the need for a long memory to not take anything unexpected as “innovative” just because there is no awareness of what has happened before or elsewhere. In this article we want to briefly collect three case studies from the recent past that have seen social justice movements aut…[Read more]
Profiles of selected Open Access (OA) monograph programs at university presses. The case studies were selected to provide insight into the range of experiments and models for publishing OA monographs that university presses have undertaken in the last decade. Cornell University Press Signale and Cornell Open; Duke University Press participation in…[Read more]
- Cristina León Alfar started the topic Welcome to Women also Know Literature in the forums: Women also Know Literature, Renaissance/ Early Modern Studies, Gender Studies, Feminist Humanities.
Welcome to Women also Know Literature. If you are not yet a member, we hope that you will join us!
We are a group of literature scholars inspired by the efforts of “Women Also Know History,” which has launched an impressive website dedicated to promoting and supporting the work of women historians. We hope to do the same for women scholars of…[Read more]
This paper assesses the evidence for the collapse or otherwise of the northern frontier of Britannia, including Hadrian’s Wall, relative to received paradigms of ‘the end’ of Roman Britain.
Rob Collins deposited Economic reduction or military reorganisation? Demolition and conversion of granaries in the northern frontier of Britannia in the later 4th century on Humanities Commons 1 day, 22 hours ago
This paper examines structural changes to stone-built granaries at fort sites along Hadrian’s Wall, with particular attention given to the latest phases of alterations that indicate a demolition or changed use of granary buildings.
The Companion to Media Studies and Digital Humanities is about researching media through new media: for example, playing games to better understand their politics and mechanics, exhibiting new media art to witness how people engage it, building stories to become more familiar with their structures and narratives, making wearable technologies to…[Read more]
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