Past Masters
"Of the online vendors I deal with, you stand at the top for pragmatism, a sensible model, and responsiveness.”

—Joseph Jones
Librarian Emeritus
Koerner Library, University of British Columbia


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.

April 2014

Turning Video Games from Toys into Tools

Opportunity: Teaching and Learning About Digital Stewardship

Resource: Ballad Sheet Forensics, Preservation, and the Digital Archive

Job: WordPress/BuddyPress Developer for MLA

Powtoon: A New Way to Give Presentations

Report: Memory and the Built Landscape: Edmonton’s Architectural Heritage Website

Announcement: Introducing the Proceedings of THATCamp!

Editors’ Choice: A Statistical Analysis of the Work of Bob Ross

How Did They Make That? The Video!

Case Study: On Sherlock, Fandom, and Steven Moffat

Technology and the Body: Experimenting with Human-Computer Interaction through “The Machine to Be Another”

Divergent Development: Perceptions of Technology in U.S.-Middle Eastern Relations during the 1950s

Blog Diss: LTP Introduction

Would You Send Your Child to This Institution? #FutureEd

Report: Acceptances to Digital Humanities 2014 (part 1)

Resource: Using Census Survey Data Properly

Report: The First Texas Digital Humanities Conference

Resource: The Next Giant List of Digitised Manuscript Hyperlinks

RESOURCE: Reddit AMA on Digital Preservation


CFP: Textual Corpora and the Digital Islamic Humanities: A Workshop

JOB: Digital Archivist/Librarian, Harvard University Schlesinger Library

JOB: Humanities Librarian, IUPUI

Blog Diss: LTP Chapter Description (Chapter Five)

Reflections on my digital materiality and labor class

Blog Diss: LTP Chapter Description (Chapter Four)

Blog Diss: LTP Chapter Description (Chapter Three)

Blog Diss: LTP Brainstorming

Blog Diss: Reflection-On When Your Own Blog Becomes an Example of RaceFail

Technology in Monmouth College's Theater Department

Collaborative Annotation: Teaching Close Reading with the MIT Annotation Studio

Join us - FemTechNet next year

Defining Digital Social Sciences

POST: Digital History and the Death of Quant

POST: The Dividends of Difference: Recognizing DH’s Diverse Family Tree/s

RESOURCE: Value & Impact of Data Curation & Sharing (JISC Report)

CFP: DHCommons Journal

National Library Week: Free Access to OUP online resources

Universal Short Title Catalog (USTC)

March 2014

February 2014

January 2014

December 2013

November 2013

October 2013

August 2013

Funky Rembrandt