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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.

April 2016

Resource: Imj, A Web-based Tool for Visual Culture Macroanalytics

POST: The new read–write API for [NARA’s] catalog

RESOURCE: Videos: Scholarly Record for Computational Research; Libraries & Multidisciplinary Research

RESOURCE: Developing Library GIS Services for Humanities and Social Science: An Action Research Approach

CFP: Special Issue of DHQ: French-language Digital Humanities

CFP: The Caribbean Digital III

JOB: Senior Grant Program Specialist, Institute of Museum and Library Services

JOB: Head, Digital Services Unit – Library Information Technology, Georgetown University

Job: Assistant Professor of European and Digital History, Brock University

CFP: User Experience for Public Historians Boot Camp

CFP: Art History in Digital Dimensions

Job: Graphic Designer for the Princeton & Slavery Project

Editors’ Choice: Report of the Summit on Digital Curation in Art Museums

Using the Bookmarklet

CFP: Digital Curation of Archaeological Knowledge Summer School

Job: Metadata Librarian at Mount Holyoke College

Job: Lecturer in Digital History and Head of IHR Digital

Scholarly Communication, Monetary Networks, and the Control of Knowledge

CFParticipation: 2016 DLF Forum

JOB: Digital Collections Librarian, Swarthmore College

JOB: Digital Processing Archivist, Computer History Museum

Materials on Image-Mining for Medical History

March 2016

Money and Time

February 2016

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

Easy Ways You and Your Students Can Use the HASTAC Scholars Forums in Classes

eLearning Course Critique (LLG2)

HASTAC Interview Collection: Q&A with Zac Zimmer

Digital Humanities in Theatre and Performance Studies

Online Training Course Critique (LLG3)

American Literature, American Learning Syllabus

Diversity in Social Research Methods: Embracing More Representative Understandings of Equity and Social Justice

Nominate a book for the McGannon book award!

MA in Computational Media, Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University

January 2016

Prove You're Human

Google Translate and the Flipped Classroom: A Match Made in Heaven?

Interview with Ruzena Bajcsy

Design an 18th-century (Digital) Wig via the Victoria and Albert Museum

Open for Public Peer Review: Keywords for Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities #curateteaching

Endless Possibilities: Digital Resolutions for 2016

What Makes Us Fear For Our Kids? Screen Time Today, Comics, TV, Novels Once Upon a Time

Towards A Brighter DH Future

Self-Evaluating a First Semester of Technologically Teaching Speech

Saying "yes," learning to say "no," and setting up beneficial boundaries

A Course Worth Fighting For

Just Enough Python to Get You into Trouble

Whose idea of gender, anyways?

Joan Neuberger's "Public and Digital: Doing History Now"

Call for Contributions: Digital Humanities Pedagogy

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

Digital Projects at SHARP 2015 — Part 2 ArchBook

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