A discussion forum for people interested in digital humanities across the disciplines
Julian C. Chambliss deposited Black Property & Citizenship: A Case Study of Black Imaginaries and Geographies in Central Florida in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 days, 17 hours ago
A presentation for the Hannibal Square Community Land Trust (HSCLT). This presentation explored the history and legacy of Juneteenth and the ways that community building and property ownership in Central Florida reflect that legacy. The HSCLT is one of approximately 13 Community Land Trusts in Florida. Created in 2003, the goal of the HSCLT is to…[Read more]
Religions are widely accessible in the digital community and Hinduism and Hindu Nationalism Online engages with some of the internet’s representations of Hinduism, with a focus primarily on political and politico-nationalist representations. Juli L. Gittinger focuses on three organizations throughout the book: Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP), R…[Read more]
Rebecca Sutton Koeser deposited Bridging Digital Humanities Internal And Open Source Software Projects Through Reusable Building Blocks in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 1 day ago
Software development is often an integral aspect of Digital Humanities projects. By working to generalize and build small modules or utilities targeting specific needs rather than large-scale systems, DH software developers have the capacity to generate tools with greater potential for scholarly reuse, which should enable more rapid development…[Read more]
The rapid development and adoption of technological care equipment for remote monitoring, self-diagnosis and other forms of telemedicine risks splitting care work: on the one hand, well-paid professionals developing or operating new technologies; on the other, much poorer and much less qualified assistants to take care of the operations that are…[Read more]
Clyden Harris deposited Preservation of Audiovisual and Digital media in tropical climates: a case study of the University of Guyana Library in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 2 days ago
The rationale behind this research was the quest to explore the policies, practices, techniques and strategies for audiovisual and digital media in developing countries experiencing tropical climates, given the fact that countries in developing countries are lagging behind in technology due to the cost attached to the implementation of…[Read more]
“In capitalism, institutional libraries, publishers and book traders all have ways to suppress the publishing of, the access to or the distribution of texts and books — rigidities inviting for creative subversion.”
This chapter written in the form of a dialogue presents an informal conversation between Eva Weinmayr and her inner voice about a…[Read more]
Dominik Hagmann deposited Roman Rural Landscapes in Noricum: Archäologische Untersuchungen zur römischen Besiedlung im Hinterland Nord-Noricums in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 6 days ago
Der Artikel behandelt das Dissertationsprojekt des Autors, welches die archäologischen Besiedlungsaktivitäten in einem genau definierten Untersuchungsgebiet im nördlichen (heute niederösterreichischen) Hinterland der ehemaligen römischen Provinz Noricum behandelt.
A manifesto for a radically open publishing commons; an expansion of remarks originally presented on a panel devoted to independent open-access academic publishing at the 2nd Biennial Meeting of the BABEL Working Group (Boston, Massachusetts, 20-22 Sep. 2012).
Eileen Joy deposited It is the Connection of Desire to Reality that Possesses Revolutionary Force, or, Why I Decided Not to Commit Suicide, After All in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 6 days ago
An expanded version of a talk presented at the Sub-conference of the Modern Language Association, “The Public and Its Privates,” Cheer-up Charlie’s, Austin, Texas, 7 January 2015, that ruminates both the difficulties of collective work as well as how various scholarly collectives create spaces of radical hospitality within which individual perso…[Read more]
The Sino-Tibetan language family is one of the world’s largest
and most prominent families, spoken by nearly 1.4 billion people.
Despite the importance of the Sino-Tibetan languages, their pre-history remains controversial, with ongoing debate about when
and where they originated. To shed light on this debate we
develop a database of c…[Read more]
Johann-Mattis List deposited An automated framework for fast cognate detection and Bayesian phylogenetic inference in computational historical linguistics in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 6 days ago
We present a fully automated workflow for phylogenetic reconstruction on large datasets, consisting of two novel methods, one for fast detection of cognates and one for fast Bayesian phylogenetic inference. Our results show that the methods take less than a few minutes to process language families that have so far required large amounts of time…[Read more]
The Centre for Post Digital Cultures invites you to its second annual conference, which will explore the phenomenon of ‘Pirate Care’. The term Pirate Care (Graziano, 2018) condenses two processes that are particularly visible at present. On the one hand, basic care provisions that were previously considered cornerstones of social life are now…[Read more]
Subhasis Chattopadhyay deposited Review of Ethics and Politics in Tagore, Coetzee and Certain Scenes of Teaching by Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 weeks ago
This is a reading of Spivak as an heir to Sri Avinavagupta and Sri Ramakrishna. We ignore the fact that Spivak is a Shakta in her corpus. This review corrects/revises our understanding of Spivak and reinstates her as she really deserves to be read: she is within the traditions of Tantra. Spivak, in her own writings and interviews, has long spoken…[Read more]
In a continuing investigation, the Raubkunst at the Ringling Project is seeking the onetime owner or heirs of a quartet of oil-on-canvas Pastoral Scenes made by Giovanni Battista Piazzetta (1682 -1754) and/or his workshop, dated c. 1750. These works are presently housed at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, Object numbers: SN627-630.
The real world, as we experience it today, is intimately connected with technological mediation. Drawing on theories of post-humanism, onlife, the infosphere, and audience participation, this paper addresses how the cultural, social and political beliefs of participants in immersive theatre can be trans-ed. The relationality inherent in the term…[Read more]
Developing less burdensome and more equitable ways to support scholarly difference is a preeminent challenge when thinking about the future of assessment and promotion in higher education. At stake in this is the very capacity of institutions to do the work of scholarly inclusion, to recognize the range of approaches well captured in the digital…[Read more]
The growing accessibility of digital technology has been met with an increased willingness on the part of scholars to integrate new digital methods into their interpretive and presentational practices. At the same time, the academic assessment structures that support scholarly work have not always been able to keep pace, thus making the pursuit of…[Read more]
The annual Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) Conference & Media Arts Festival was held at University College Cork in July 2019. This was the first time that the ELO conference, one of the major international gatherings of scholars and practitioners working at the intersection between literature and new media aesthetics, was hosted in…[Read more]
This presentation was part of the Reframing History: Public Digital Humanities and the Making of New Civic Narratives
Panel at the conference.
Panel description: Showcasing generative digital scholarship and public humanities practice, this panel will explore efforts to radically reframe local and regional histories of Central Florida and…[Read more]
ZéroDécès est un poème numérique inspiré du transhuamnisme. Même que le transhumanisme rende tout possible par l’intermédiaire de la technologie, le poète croit que Dieu est toujours le Tout-Puissant.
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