Will you be in Chicago on January 2nd? Join the AHA-MLA THATCamp at the Institute for the Humanities, University of Illinois, Chicago. We’ll be taking advantage of the fact that AHA and MLA are meeting in Chicago at the same time to have some interdisciplinary exchanges about digital tools and methods.
This panel considers the question of how traditional readership studies and reception theory have evolved methodologically, materially, and theoretically in the context of digital reading and online networks. While the panelists find common theoretical ground between studies of pre-and-post-internet networks of readers, they also chart substantive…[Read more]
I am honored to be one of your nominees for the TC DH Executive Committee. I thought it might be helpful to share a quick bio here to help you make your decision. Currently, I am the Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric at Stevenson University, a member of the MLA Executive Council, and serve on the Editorial Collective of the Journal of…[Read more]
Élika Ortega started the topic ERA Chair vacancy announcement for a professor in DIGITAL HUMANITIES in the discussion TC Digital Humanities on MLA Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
Sten Kauber at Tallinn University has asked me to share this opportunity with the group. Please, see below:
Tallinn University (TLU) is launching a European Commission
funded ERA Chair project on Cultural Data Analytics (CUDAN). As a first step we seek to fill the Chair itself – a professorship in cultural data analytics. This wo…[Read more]
Paige Morgan started the topic November 10th Deadline! CFP: ACH Conference for Computing and the Humanities: in the discussion TC Digital Humanities on MLA Commons 1 month, 1 week ago
The deadline for submitting papers to the inaugural conference of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is coming up on Saturday, November 10th. Have you submitted an abstract yet?
The conference will take place in Pittsburgh, PA, July 23-26, 2019 at the Pittsburgh Marriott City Center.
ACH is the United States-based c…[Read more]
On January 2nd, we’re going to have an MLA + AHA THATCamp at University of Illinois at Chicago. We’re looking for a few people to take the lead on organizing it.
Syllabus, project assignments, and milestones for HON 313, “Reading Machines” (Fall 2017), a first-year interdisciplinary experience course at NC State University. Reading Machines invites students into a historically ranging, critically intensive, and hands-on learning environment about the technologies by which humans transmit ideas. The course…[Read more]
This chapter situates the Victoria’s Lost Pavilion project (https://pavilion.chass.ncsu.edu/) amid related work in virtual modeling and their interpretive problematics. Drawing from a tradition in textual criticism, the chapter renovates Jerome McGann’s notion of “radiant textuality” to extended virtual objects and built environments in digital…[Read more]
The first section of David Mitchell’s genre-bending novel, Cloud Atlas (2004), purports to be set in 1850. Narrative clues approximately date the intra-diegetic diary object of this chapter to the period 1851–1910. This article argues for the construction of a stylistic historical imaginary of this period’s language that is not based on mimet…[Read more]
Matthew K. Gold started the topic JOB: Open Educational Technology Specialist — Two Two-Year Positions in the discussion Digital Humanities on MLA Commons 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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Sarah Ruth Jacobs started the topic Nov. 15, 2018 CFP for the Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy in the discussion Digital Humanities on MLA Commons 3 months ago
<h4 align=”center”><i>The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
<p align=”center”><b><i></i></b>Issue Editors:
Luke Waltzer, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Lisa Brundage, Macaulay Honors College, CUNY</p>
<p align=”center”>Editorial Associate:
Teresa Ober, The Graduate Center, CUNY</p>
<p align=”center”>The Journal of…[Read more]
This syllabus is my fifth version of a course aimed at introducing the digital humanities at an undergraduate level. In consultation with my colleagues, I decided that this year’s version should also include a unit that looked at digital objects with a humanities perspective. The course is organized around four projects, each of which is oriented…[Read more]
This is the first version of a larger project that I’ve been working on in my spare time to create a dataset of the guests, songs, books, and luxuries on the long-running BBC radio program Desert Island Discs (https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qnmr, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desert_Island_Discs). Originally, I began with data gathered by…[Read more]
Anne Donlon started the topic CFP: Evaluation of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities and Its Impact in the discussion Digital Humanities on MLA Commons 4 months ago
Members of this group may be interested in this call for presentations at a National Humanities Alliance Annual Conference and Advocacy Day pre-conference organized with NFAIS:
“Interested in presenting at this Humanities Roundtable event? Our call for presentations is open until August 31, 2018 a…
The past twenty years have witnessed a mounting crisis in academic publishing. Companies such as Reed-Elsevier, Wiley-Blackwell, and Taylor and Francis have earned unprecedented profits by controlling more and more scholarly output while increasing subscription rates to academic journals. Thus publishers have consolidated their influence despite…[Read more]
This article explores the use of Émilie Du Châtelet’s Institutions de physique as both an acknowledged and unacknowledged source for the Encyclopédie of Diderot and d’Alembert, and argues for Du Châtelet’s inclusion as a full participant in the philosophical conversations the Encyclopédie enacts. Widely considered a minor voice who entered the…[Read more]
This article examines the recurring ways in which some of the most popular DH tools are presented as easy to use. It argues that attempts to couch powerful tools in what is often false familiarity, directly undermines the goal of encouraging scholarly innovation and risk taking. The consequences of framing digital tools as either easy or more…[Read more]
This article details the contributions of blind readers to the development, design, and marketing of the optophone, a text-to-tone transcription machine introduced in the early twentieth century. We combine archival research with prototyping to investigate the dimensions involved in past coding and decoding practices. If archives provide…[Read more]
The spread of open digital forms of scholarly communication, combined with increasing institutional pressure to track research “impact,” has encouraged scholars and administrators in the humanities and social sciences (HSS) to turn their attention to metrics that promise to help in the assessment of research outputs. As a result of the lim…[Read more]
Ed Finn started the topic New online edition of Frankenstein for teaching and community annotation in the discussion Digital Humanities on MLA Commons 5 months, 2 weeks ago
I wanted to share an exciting project we have recently launched to mark the bicentennial of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein. We hope our completely free, open-source digital edition of the novel will be useful as a teaching resource as well as a living prototype of large-scale collaborative annotation.
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