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Below, find regularly updated links to current writing on the state of digital humanities. Click a month/year to see posts for that time period.

March 2015

Critical Making in Digital Humanities webinar series.

Using videoANT in the Classroom to Engage Visual Analysis and Intertextuality

A “Live Feed” for Classroom Peer Review

Feminine AI: Pacifying the Fear of Artificial Intelligence, Pt. 2

Using Panopto for Presentation Drafting and Peer Review

Job: Wayback Machine Senior Engineer, The Internet Archive

Report: Mallet past present and future

Job: Engagement and Outreach Manager Yale

Resouce: Adventures in Converting Subversion to Git

Announcement: DH Awards 2014 Results

Report: Data on the Web Best Practices

Report: “Researcher Perspectives on Publication and Peer Review of Data”

Job: Postdoctoral Research Associate in Digital Humanities–The Princeton and Slavery Project

Editors’ Choice: CC BY and Its Discontents–A Growing Challenge for Open Access

Editors’ Choice: Problems with the Syuzhet Package

Rereading Like a Writer: On Having #FuturesEd Students Assign "Project Classroom Makeover"

On the Origins, Circulation & Deployment of #TransLivesMatter

Gumball Poetry & The Pedagogy Project: A Creative Project

February 2015

Critical Media Literacy & Crowd-funding in Guatemala

What We Count When We Count Steps: Quantification as Subjectivation

JOB: Digital Scholarship Editor, Brown University

JOB: Digital Scholarship Services Manager, Brown University

JOB: Wayback Machine Senior Engineer, The Internet Archive

POST: Making Lexis maps in Tableau

POST: Digital Scholarship at Bucknell University – It’s about Student Engagement

RESOURCE: Fair Use Fundamentals Infographic

Co-Ingredient Networks, part 2

If Academe is Part of the Problem of Inequality and Oligarchy, What Is the Solution? #FuturesEd

The Irish Slave Trade and the Digital Archive

March 9th Bodleian Libraries Hosts EEBO-TCP Hackfest

Why Are We Still Learning Alone? Why Connection Is More Important Than Ever #FuturesEd

How to Keep Tech Hidden, or: Why Fitbit Advertises with Grapefruits

POST: Things You Can Do as a Library Student to Prepare for a Career as a Data Librarian

RESOURCE: Getting Started with OpenRefine

CFP: Black Code Studies

OPPORTUNITY: ADHO Communications Fellowship

January 2015

Call for Abstracts: Scholarship, Print, and Polemics in Seventeenth-Century Germany

Hackathon on Police Brutality, Feb. 14 at UCLA

December 2014

Photography and the limits of empathy: Reading Garner and Brown through Saidiya Hartman

November 2014

Getting started with Palladio

October 2014

New course for winter: Selfies, Snapchat, and Cyberbullies: Coming of Age Online

September 2014

Here and There: Creating DH Community

Frequently asked questions about lobotomy

August 2014

Digital Diversity 2015: Writing|Feminism|Culture

April 2014

How Did They Make That? The Video!

Reflections on my digital materiality and labor class

National Library Week: Free Access to OUP online resources

Universal Short Title Catalog (USTC)

March 2014

How Did They Make That? at CUNY, March 27, 2014

Commit to DH people, not DH projects

Folger Digital Texts Now Online (and Other March Announcements)

Women Writers Resources Free Access During March

February 2014

UC Riverside wins $405,000 Mellon Foundation Grant for ESTC

Gale Cengage Announces Essay Contest Winners

January 2014

Book History and Digital Humanities: SHARP at #MLA 14 #s738