A discussion forum for people interested in digital humanities across the disciplines
Boston College is starting a Digital Humanities Certificate in our History and English graduate programs. For those who have such programs, do your participating departments allow DH as a field for MA and PhD programs? If so, do students present a DH portfolio or is there some other method of demonstrating proficiency?
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Join us for the first webinar in our Digital Humanities in the Sunshine State (and beyond!) webinar series as Jesslyn Parrish, University of Central Florida Ph.D. student, presents Using an Interactive Timeline to Contextualize Art History this Friday, 10/23, at 2 p.m.
Art museum patrons have varied reactions upon their first visit to the mus…[Read more]
Nashieli Marcano started the topic CFP: ACRL Digital Scholarship Section: Digital Collections Lightning Talks in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 1 day ago
The Association of College & Research Libraries DSS Digital Collections Discussion Group will be hosting two meetings during March and April 2021. Specific dates and times will be determined based on the schedules of the co-conveners and presenters. The meetings will feature lightning talks (10-15 minutes for presentations + 5 minutes for…[Read more]
Lourdes Estrada-López started the topic CFP: From Manuscript to Digital (Virtual Conference) Deadline October, 31st in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 1 day ago
CFP: II International Conference From Manuscript to Digital: Worldwide English Literature and Worldwide Literatures in English
Organizers: University of Lincoln, Universidade de Lisboa, Universidad de Jaén
Location: Jaén, Spain (Virtual-Google Meet)
Dates: December 1-3, 2020
Deadline: 31st October 2020
This second International Conference From M…[Read more]
When comparing the more than 7000 human language varieties spoken today, one encounters a huge diversity in all domains of language, ranging from phonology via morphology up to syntax and pragmatics. In the seminar, we explored how language diversity can be studied empirically. In order to do so, we looked at linguistic approaches to the study of…[Read more]
Oscar Perea-Rodriguez deposited Esbozos sobre la evolución y el futuro de un pionero de las humanidades digitales hispánicas: el proyecto PhiloBiblon in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 5 days ago
El presente artículo es un sucinto repaso del devenir histórico y tecnológico de PhiloBiblon, uno de los proyectos pioneros en las Humanidades Digitales aplicadas al estudio de las fuentes primarias de las literaturas hispánicas e ibéricas escritas durante la Edad Media y el Renacimiento. La historia del proyecto tiene como hilo conductor las dife…[Read more]
Faculty performance review, faculty development, and organizational climate are an essential element of the educational institution. More importantly, the mentioned variables have certain connections and interplay with each other. This study describes the performance review, faculty development, and organizational climate of a tertiary education…[Read more]
A. Sean Pue started the topic CFP: Confronting the ‘Global’, Exploring the ‘Local’ in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Call for Papers: Confronting the ‘Global’, Exploring the ‘Local’: Digital Apprehensions of Poetics and Indian Literature(s)
An Online Conference Hosted by Department of English, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi on 21-22 December 2020, supported by MHRD/SPARC
In an increasingly digitally connect…[Read more]
Peter Webster deposited Understanding the limitations of the ccTLD as a proxy for the national web: lessons from cross-border religion in the northern Irish web sphere in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 4 weeks, 1 day ago
National web spheres include content that resides within geographically non-specific domains, such as .com or .org. However, little is known as to why this content ‘lives’ outside the ccTLD. The island of Ireland is formed of two political units with two ccTLDs (.uk and .ie). This chapter takes the case of the Christian churches in Ireland as a c…[Read more]
“Lives in Turkish” is an ongoing research project held at Boğaziçi University Department of Translation and Interpreting Studies. We trace the journey of life-writing in Turkish, collect metadata and visuals about biographical publications and biography subjects introduced to the Turkish reader since the early 1800s. Our aim is to propose a c…[Read more]
Johann-Mattis List deposited A digital, retro-standardized edition of the Tableaux phonétiques des patois Suisses romands (TPPSR) in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
This study presents a digital, retro-standardized edition of the Tableaux Phonétiques des Patois Suisses Romands (TPPSR), an early collection of lexical dialect data of the Suisse romande, which was compiled by Louis Gauchat, Jules Jeanqaquet, and Ernest Tappolet in the beginning of the 20th century and later published in 1925. While the plan of…[Read more]
The second volume of the DH Benelux Journal. This volume includes four full-length, peer-reviewed articles that are based on accepted contributions to the 2019 DH Benelux conference in Liège (Belgium) on Digital Humanities in Society. Contents: 1. Editors’ Preface (Wout Dillen, Marijn Koolen, Marieke van Erp); 2. Introduction: Digital Humanities…[Read more]
Among the numerous Jewish uṣūl al-dīn compositions in the Second Firkovitch Collection at the Russian National Library in St. Petersburg there is one that I have labelled “A Hamaḏānian Patchwork”. You might just as well call it “A Persian Carpet”. It is another magnificent specimen of “diachronic intertextualities”.
The treatise, which is…[Read more]
Shih-Pei Chen started the topic [Job] MPIWG is seeking a Research Technology Officer in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science (MPIWG) in Berlin, Germany is seeking a Research Technology Officer (f/m/d) (initially for two years, with the possibility of a permanent contract; up to TVöD E15) to start as soon as possible.
One of the more than 80 institutes of the Max Planck Society, the MPIWG is among the world’s le…[Read more]
Evaluation template for digital humanities projects. Used in “Introduction to Digital Humanities” undergraduate course at Michigan State University. The template is a learning tool for thinking through the materials in a digital project as well as the labor and uncovering the human in the project.
This template document is a significant…[Read more]
The first volume of the DH Benelux Journal. This volume includes four full-length, peer-reviewed articles that are based on accepted contributions to the 2018 DH Benelux conference in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) on Integrating Digital Humanities.
1. Editors’ Preface (Wout Dillen, Marijn Koolen, Marieke van Erp)
2. Introduction:…[Read more]
“Vox Populi”: Of Relevance to Digital Humanities as a Subject of Enquiry https://epriego.blog/2020/08/14/relevance-digital-humanities-subject-enquiry-humanist-email/
Ernesto Priego deposited Where Comics and Cultural Heritage Meet: A Conversation with Damien Sueur and Yannis Koikas on BDnF: The Comics Factory in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 months, 2 weeks ago
The Bibliothèque nationale de France (BnF; French National Library) recently launched a free comics creation desktop and mobile application, “BDnF”. Designed and produced by the BnF, BDnF is a digital creation tool for making comics and other multimedia stories, mixing illustration and text. BDnF allows users to engage creatively in specific aspe…[Read more]
In this presentation I will argue that, while the FAIR Principles can guide how we build DH resources in the Global North, any attempt to apply them in the Global South (especially in Latin American countries) may replicate colonialist practices that ignore the digital divide and local needs and practices in favour of hegemonic standards. This…[Read more]
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