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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.

October 2017

Job: Academic and Digital Engagement Officer, University of London – Institute of Historical Research

Job: Digital Content Editor, City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs

Announcement: Boston Public Library’s Sound Archives Coming to the Internet Archive for Preservation & Public Access

RESOURCE: Strategic open data preservation

RESOURCE: Imagining the DH Undergraduate: Special Issue in Undergraduate Education in DH

CFP: DH2018 – Bridges/Puentes, Mexico City

Announcement: Books from 1923 to 1941 Now Liberated!

OPPORTUNITY: 2017-2018 Kress GLAM Cross-Pollinator grants

JOB: Digital Technologies Development Librarian, Montana State University

JOB: Digital Projects Archivist, Washington State University

JOB: Director of Digital Curation, Oklahoma State University

Resource: Kicking off the GCDI Sound Series – A Workshop on Sound

Editors’ Choice: Excel vs R – A Brief Introduction to R

Report: The 2017 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing

Job: Project Manager, Digital Projects, NYU Libraries

Job: Digital Scholarly Publishing Specialist, NYU Libraries

Job: Assistant Professor of Convergent Media, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

POST: Volunteers are helping Puerto Rico from home, with a map anyone can edit

RESOURCE: Digitization Collaborative Provides Open Access to Over 100 Years of American Medical History through the Internet Archive

RESOURCE: Altmetrics and Archives

CFParticipation: Take the NDSA 2017 Web Archiving Survey

August 2017

Collective Statement by Medievalists of Color

July 2017

Register for HASTAC 2017 Now! (Date CORRECTION Nov 3-4, plus HASTAC Scholars UnConference Nov 2)

One Finch, Two Finch, Red Finch, Blue Finch: Measuring Concentration and Diversity in the Humanities, A Response to Wellmon and Piper

Call for Papers: IEEE International Conference on Big Data

Scalar & The College Art Association

Book Review: Reading Compassion, Advocacy, and Understanding in Tressie McMillan Cottom’s "Lower ED"

Practical guidance for valuing objects in cultural collections

Why Social Justice Issues Should Be In Your Science Classroom

How Would You Remake the English Major? #neweducation

A Review of the Spring 2017 Digital History Reviews

New edition of Bradley’s seminal internet search handbook tackles fake news

New job, same school! (Same office, even!)

Adult Learning: Redefining the Golden Ring

Time to Twine!

June 2017

Twarc: Learning to Extract & Understand Twitter Data

What’s Next for HASTAC: A Conversation with Co-Directors Cathy Davidson and Jacqueline Wernimont

Welcome Arizona State University, HASTAC’s New Institutional Partner!

Sky, Water, Earth: Final report

Dance of Deadlines (Fragments)

Connected learning hackathon sessions

Digital Technologies and the Call for New Genres of Theory

A fully online thesis as PhD

Writing A Book In And Of Real Life: An interview with Tressie McMillan Cottom

Timekeeping as feminist pedagogy

Grammar in the Era of Social Media

Pausing to Reflect

February 2017

Free Access to the Women Writers Online for March

Review: “‘She Wrote It, But…’: Erasures, Recoveries, and the Futures of Women’s Book History,” November 2016 Symposium, Texas A&M

January 2017

NEH-Funded KairosCamp Institutes

December 2016

Teaching Digital Computation?

October 2016

Mediate: Identifying the real bestsellers of the 18th century

September 2016

BSECS Prize for Best 18th-C. Digital Resource

Mapping Frances Burney’s Evelina

August 2016

WWP Intertextual Networks Seeking Collaborators

July 2016

Humanities Scholars Interested in Digital Publishing: A National Survey

New tutorials on network analysis with Cytoscape

June 2016

New book chapter

May 2016

NEH Digging into Data Challenge

April 2016

Materials on Image-Mining for Medical History

March 2016

Money and Time

December 2015

A better way to teach technical skills to a group

October 2015

Rehabbing DH101

September 2015

The (sort-of) selfies class

August 2015

What’s in your conference travel bag?

“Stronger and Whiter Light Down Deeper and Darker Holes”: Jacob Sarnoff and the Strange World of Anatomical Filmmaking