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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.

May 2015

DH Toolbox

HASTAC Scholars Unconference 2015

Reminder: MSU Livestreaming Select #HASTAC2015 Conference Sessions

Exploring New Models of Digital Distribution and We Are Colony

Transforming the Dissertation: Models, Questions, and Next Steps - #HASTAC2015

Creating a Wikipedia Entry: So Much More than Writing

#HASTAC2015 on Twitter

DHNow Will Be Back Next Week!

Google Fusion Table Basics with IU’s Cushman Collection

My Favourite Writing Podcast

Public Humanities Project: Boston Middle Passage

dh+lib/DHIG meetup at HASTAC 2015

From “What’s a hyperlink and where can I find it?” To “Let’s ‘Add a Poll’ to your post.” Our Pedadigital Journey

CUNY Maps of NYC

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Funding: Women In Technological History Travel Grant: SHOT Meeting in Albuquerque 2015

Job: Web Administrator and Digital Access Coordinator, Chicago State University

Announcement: Earn a Graduate Certificate in Digital Public Humanities Online

Job: Andrew W. Mellon Director of the Research Libraries at New York Public Library

EC: What Do We Mean by ‘Preserving Digital Information’? Towards Sound Conceptual Foundations for Digital Stewardship

Editors’ Choice: Semantic Description of Cultural Digital Images

HASTAC Scholars - check out our amazing 2014-2015 year!

Visualization of Medieval and Modern Digital Collections: Come to our Panel TAMeR - #HASTAC2015

CFParticipation: Digital Art History Workshop Week – May 26-29, 2015

Job: Archaeological GIS Technician, University of Southampton

Job: Professor of Digital Humanities at King’s College London

Academic Credibility and Commercially-Run Scientific Journals

“Introduction to Narrative”: A Collaborative, Experimental Intellectual Adventure

POST: Open-Sourcing MoMA’s Digital Vault

POST: Becoming Digital Public Historians

POST: Learning How Fair Use Works

RESOURCE: Deconstructing Bricolage: Interactive Online Analysis of Compiled Texts with Factotum

CFP: Communities of Practice: Toward a Local and Global Digital Humanities

JOB: Digital Initiatives Librarian, Xavier University

JOB: Digital Humanities Librarian, University of Miami

POST: Lessons Learned from “Bridging the Gap: Women, Code, and the Digital Humanities”

RESOURCE: OPenn: Primary Digital Resources Available to Everyone

April 2015

A fun way to introduce DH students to dataviz

After Print: Manuscripts in the Eighteenth Century

February 2015

March 9th Bodleian Libraries Hosts EEBO-TCP Hackfest

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

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