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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.

June 2016

RECOMMENDED: Must Digital Divide?

POST: Digital Humanities Dissertation Defense Talk

POST: A Novice’s Intro to XSLT

RESOURCE: Teaching Literature Through Technology: Sherlock Holmes and Digital Humanities

CFP: DHQ Special Issue: Creative Pedagogical Approaches in Information Design

CFP: Calling for Proposals to Host Day of DH in 2017 and 2018

OPPORTUNITY: Coordinator of The American Archivist Reviews Portal

JOB: Managing Director, Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia Library

JOB: Research Data Management Librarian & Head for Scholarly Communication Department, University of Indiana

Resource: hypothesisr: R,, and Automating GitHub Issue Generation

Job: Head of Technology, Beinecke Library Digital Services Unit at Yale

Announcement: Open Context & Carleton Prize for Archaeological Visualization

CFP: 2016 Workshop on Visualization for the Digital Humanities

Editors’ Choice: Games and Learning: Building Sustainable Communities

Editors’ Choice: The Agency of Digital Things (in which Templates and Snippets of Code Attack!)

Building a dh+lib Community with a Global Outlook

CFP: Exploring the “Humanity” in the Digital Humanities: Africana/Black Studies’ Perspectives on the Digital Humanities

Job: Digital Liberal Arts Postdoctoral Fellowship

Report: Cloud-Based Big Data Management and Analytics for Scholarly Resources: Current Trends, Challenges and Scope for Future Research

Editors’ Choice: America’s Public Bible: Biblical Quotations in U.S. Newspapers

May 2016

NEH Digging into Data Challenge

April 2016

Scholarly Communication, Monetary Networks, and the Control of Knowledge

Materials on Image-Mining for Medical History

March 2016

Student Blogging for Sustainability and Environmental Justice

Playlists for Learning Challenge | LRNG Playlist Platform Demo | Apri 1, 2016 @4pm ET

Introduction to Design

A Conversation with Peggy McCracken, Director of the University of Michigan's Humanities Collaboratory

Interview with Nick Montfort

Playlists for Learning Challenge | LRNG’s Early Release Demo

Why Playlists? Some Thoughts on What It Means to Press Play for Learning

Creative ideas and practical guidance for librarians supporting research and scholarly communication

Geospatial Tools: Creating Maps and Layers of Learning

Money and Time

Stark Naked

On Building a Community in the Classroom

Time and the Modern University: Prospectus

Interview with Professor David Palumbo-Liu on his scholarship and Digital Humanities

Quantum computing: First two-qubit logic gate in silicon

Recap: Measuring What Counts

About ResearchMate – simple and smart text work for academics

Announcing DML 6: $700,000 learning playlists challenge designed to scale connected learning

What Did Hypertext Look Like in 1974? Here's Andy van Dam's Punchcard

Storify from #whatcounts #fight4edu Twitter Chat "Measuring What Counts: Learning or Credentials"

Why My Students Design the Syllabus #fight4edu

STEAM Challenge 2016 Finalist Teams Announced

“I’m as obscure as Pirandello is famous:” An Interview with Playwright Howard Colyer

February 2016

Develop, Teach, Play: Fitting Games in the University (and vice versa)

Building Relationships to Build the Center for Solutions to Online Violence

Towards a Pedagogy for Everyone (Not Just the "Oppressed"): The Engaged Classroom Today

December 2015

A better way to teach technical skills to a group

Save Ashgate

November 2015

Digital Humanities Summer Institute

October 2015


Rehabbing DH101

BigDIVA– A New Digital Tool by the Scholars of 18thConnect and MESA

Digital Projects at SHARP 2015 — Part 3, Jordan Howell’s Digital Bibliography Quick Start and his Robinson Crusoe Bibliographic Database

September 2015

Exhibit: Bibliothecaphilia MASS MoCA (9/29/15 – 1/1/16)

Harvard edX MOOC: Robert Darnton’s The History of the Book

Students, Reading, and Ebooks

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

July 2015

What’s Next: The Radical, Unrealized Potential of Digital Humanities

June 2015

The Case of the Missing Faces

Humanities Data: A Necessary Contradiction