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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.

September 2014

Now You See It - Book Review

Review: The Book: A Life Story of a Technology by Nicole Howard

Review: Digital History by Cohen and Rosenzweig

Book Review: Jonathan Safran Foer's Everything is Illuminated

Book Review: The Gutenberg Galaxy

Building Bridges or Burning Them?: Revisiting Neil Postman's Building a Bridge to the Eighteenth Century

Review: Clio Wired: The Future of the Past in the Digital Age by Roy Rosenzweig

A Review of Dr. Theodore Kelly's Teaching History in the Digital Age

There Went Everyone: Clay Shirky, Six Years Later

Book Review: The Humanities and the Dream of America

Review: The Humanities and the Dream of America, by Geoffrey Galt Harpham

Reviewing Jessica Pressman's "Digital Modernism: Making it New in New Media"

Book Review: Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities

Why Pundits Like to Say Education Isn't Changing. It is. It is!

Book Review: Personal Connections in the Digital Age: Digital Media and Society Series by Nancy Baym

Here and There: Creating DH Community

Job: Digital Technologies Development Librarian

Job: Digital Humanities Librarian, Brown University

Job: Digital Scholarship and Scholarly Communication Librarian

Resource: Avant Garde Project Archive

POST: For God’s Sake, Stop Digitizing Paper

POST: Analysis of Privacy Leakage on a Library Catalog Webpage

RESOURCE: Bookworm for Movies and TV

CFP: Accessible Future Workshop (Lincoln, NE)

JOB: Digital Humanities Specialist, Carnegie Mellon

JOB: Digital Scholarship and Scholarly Communication Librarian, Smith College

Editors’ Choice: Scaffolding, Hard and Soft: Infrastructures as Critical and Generative Structures

Job: Assistant Professor of English, Rochester Institute of Technology

Job: Digital Scholarship Librarian, Claremont Colleges

Resource: Games in the Classroom Reading List

Editors’ Choice: Finding Jokes for The Victorian Meme Machine

Editors’ Choice: Which Kind of Papers Has Higher or Lower Altmetric Counts?

Frequently asked questions about lobotomy

POST: Getting Digital Humanities Done: Schedule, Software, Etc. for a Digital Dissertation

RESOURCE: Mining Large Datasets for the Humanities

CFP: Digital Humanities 2015

CFP: Library Publishing Forum 2015

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

Advanced Scroll Kit Techniques: The Parallax Effect

Basics of Creating a Scroll Kit Narrative

Commercial Databases: Greater Access to JStor, EEBO, ECCO, Burney, and more in 2014?

December 2013

Using ECCO in the Undergraduate Classroom: Reviewing Gale Cengage’s Trial Access

New course for winter 2014: Digital Labor and Materiality

November 2013

What Alt-Ac Can Do, and What It Can’t