For discussion & sharing of materials and methods of digital pedagogy and technology-enhanced learning.
3D prints have been promised as a saviour of material truth, a path to universal primary source accessibility. By replicating a Babylonian tablet using several 3D print technologies, we show that 3D scanning and printing are as fraught as any other representational technology. The scans and prints alike feature technological infidelities, some of…[Read more]
Commercial recordings of live opera performance are only sporadically available, mostly due to various legal protections held by opera houses. The resulting onsite, archive-only access for them inhibits analysis of the creative process in “live” environments. Based on a technique I developed for generating performance data from copyright protected…[Read more]
Joshua Neumann deposited Phenomena, Poiēsis, and Performance Profiling: Temporal-Textual Emphasis and Creative Process Analysis in Turandot at the Metropolitan Opera in the group Digital Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 6 months, 1 week ago
Amidst discussions regarding the nature of a musical work, tensions within and between score- and performance-based approaches often increase ideological entrenchment. Opera’s textual and visual elements, along with its inherently social nature, both simultaneously complicate understanding of a work’s nature and provide interdisciplinary…[Read more]
Julian C. Chambliss deposited A Black Social World: Recovering African American Community Life through Generative Digital Practice in the group Digital Pedagogy on Humanities Commons 6 months, 1 week ago
The paper explores the impact of generative digital scholarship to document and illuminate the black experience in Winter Park, Florida. Building on a community engagement and experiential learning model that positions the classroom as a critical making platform, this presentation documents how archival research and digital exhibits focused on…[Read more]
Have you ever thought about the language you speak? If the answer is yes, surely you might have wondered: Where does my language come from? How does it change? What are its relationships with other languages? How do its literary and cultural production reflect such evolution and connections? In this course we will approach classic works of Spanish…[Read more]
371 is an introduction to canonical works of Early Modern Spanish. This semester, we take a novel approach to the reading and interpretation of masterpieces of Spanish literature to revisit the notion of canon, and to challenge standard disciplinary approaches that constrain Spanish and Portuguese within the boundaries of national literary and…[Read more]
Spanish 260.001 is a methodological introduction to Hispanic Literature. We focus on three specific genres, Narrative, Poetry and Drama, and the course’s goal is to equip the student with the practical abilities to analyze a literary text in Spanish as well as with a basic knowledge of the major historical trends in Hispanic literature from its o…[Read more]
Aspectos a considerar nas redes sociais, pelos investigadores de Humanidades Digitais.
Companion materials for “Introductory Digital Humanities Curriculum for the High School English Classroom,” also available on Humanities Commons.
Over the past two decades or so we have witnessed the transition of the web from novelty to ubiquity. The web has become pervasive in our work environments, a necessity we can no longer do without. The emergence of Web 2.0 technologies brought “read/write” access to the web for the masses and thus caused (r)evolutions in fields relying on eco…[Read more]