Johann-Mattis List deposited Multilingual Computational Linguistics (Lecture, presented at the University of Passau in the Winter Term 2022-2023) in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 20 hours, 39 minutes ago
While the discipline of computational linguistics mostly deals with the modeling and the investigation of individual languages (often “big” languages such as English, German, Arabic, or Chinese), Multilingual Computational Linguistics focuses on the comparison of languages, trying to develop new methods and techniques by which languages can be com…[Read more]
Kaleb E. Goldschmitt deposited From Miami to Hong Kong SoundingTransnational Queerness and Translation in Moonlight in the group Ethnomusicology on Humanities Commons 3 days, 20 hours ago
Through the example of Barry Jenkins’ choices for Moonlight (2016), this chapter argues that pre-existing musical cues can link a film’s themes to other minority filmmaking traditions. The song at the center of this chapter, “Cucurrucucú Paloma,” exemplifies the kinds of cultural translations common in transnational queer cinema. It was orig…[Read more]
Luis de Orueta deposited CAPRICHO DE LO TRIVIAL in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 1 day ago
El autor comienza diciendo que antes de nacer vivía con sus padres (claro) y termina su relato 86 años después con una despedida evanescente. En el intervalo: una vida sin huella. ¿Entonces por qué contarla? A falta de mejor respuesta, aduce voces misteriosas en la segunda parte del Fausto de Goethe:
“Redimimos a quien se esfuerza en vano”…[Read more]
Cagdas Dedeoglu deposited Posthumanism for Sustainability: A Scoping Review in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 1 day ago
The purpose of this study is to explore the relationship between posthumanism and sustainability and contribute to the interdisciplinary concept of posthuman sustainability. We conducted a scoping review of 45 peer-reviewed journal articles that met our inclusion criteria and employed co-occurrence analysis based on the clustering techniques of…[Read more]
Quentin Pace started the topic Reminder: VRA – 2023 Call for Proposals DUE MARCH 17 in the discussion Visual Resources Division (VRD) on ARLISNA Commons 1 week, 3 days ago
REMINDER: Content proposals for the 2023 Visual Resources Association (VRA) Conference are due March 17th!
The Visual Resources Association is a multidisciplinary organization dedicated to furthering research and education in the field of image management within the educational, cultural heritage, and commercial environments. The 2023 VRA…[Read more]
Carlos A. Pittella deposited Tradições, Transcrições, Traduções: Por um Entendimento Rizomático do Fausto Pessoano in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 3 days ago
This article invites the reading of Fernando Pessoa’s Fausto as a rhizomatic work, via three different critical lenses that lead to plurality: Traditions, Transcriptions, and Translations. Regarding different Faustian traditions, instead of seeing Pessoa’s Fausto merely as a competition with Goethe (as proposed by Eduardo Lourenço in his pref…[Read more]
Shira Eller started the topic Call for Speakers: Book Art SIG meeting in the discussion ARLIS/NA Book Art SIG on ARLISNA Commons 2 weeks ago
We are welcoming speaker proposals for the Book Art SIG meeting taking place in conjunction with the ARLIS/NA 51st annual conference. The meeting will take place virtually after the conference on May 1st, 1:00 – 2:00 PM CDT. Please note that the virtual meeting is open to everyone, regardless of conference attendance.
To propose a talk,…[Read more]
Kristen Mapes deposited Introduction to Digital Humanities Syllabus (Fall 2022) in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Syllabus for 2022 edition of DH285: Introduction to Digital Humanities, taught at Michigan State University as a required course in the undergraduate Digital Humanities minor. The course is a survey introduction to the field, has no prerequisites, and is open to students from any major. Twenty-eight students were in the course.
Claire Payne replied to the topic Academic Library Division Open Forum – February 28, 2023 in the discussion ARLIS/NA Academic Library Division on ARLISNA Commons 2 weeks, 6 days ago
I have linked notes from the ALD February open forum if you are interested in reviewing what was discussed. Thanks to all who attended!
We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the ALD annual business meeting on May 2 at 11a CT. More details coming soon!
Shoshana & Claire
Mike Rifino started the topic CFP: JITP Themed Issue: The Liberatory Legacy of bell hooks – Due date 5/31 in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 6 days ago
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
Themed Issue 23: The Liberatory Legacy of bell hooks: Pedagogies and Praxes that Heal and Disrupt
Nikki Fragala Barnes, University of Central Florida
Summer L. Hamilton, Pennsylvania State University
Asma Neblett, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Kush Patel, Manipal Academy of Higher…[Read more]
Bernd Brabec deposited Academic (In)Discipline, Research (In)Sanity and the Conundrum of (Indigenous) Timescapes in the group Ethnomusicology on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 6 days ago
This contribution focuses on strategies to bridge what in anthropology is called ontological incommensurability: Indigenous worlds often seem inaccessible to modern thought. Instead of trying to open Indigenous worlds to Westerners, I rather intend to make Western worlds accessible to Indigenous thought; and likewise, academic disciplines…[Read more]
Paulino Capdepon deposited Pauline Viardot García (1821-1910), una compositora en la Europa del siglo XIX (1821-1910) in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Article about the composer Pauline Viardot
Paulino Capdepon deposited Felipe Pedrell Sabaté. Compositor, musicólogo, docente y gran maestro de la música in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Article about the Spanish composer, teacher and musicologist Felipe Pedrell, founder of the Modern Musicology in Spain
Gavin Holman deposited The Brass Band Bibliography (v17 – 2023) in the group Ethnomusicology on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 5 days ago
A comprehensive list of books, articles, theses, and other material covering the brass band movement, its history, instruments and musicology; together with other related topics (originally issued in book form in January 2009. [c. 12, 710 entries]
Shoshana Vegh-Gaynor started the topic ACRL/Arts Meet up Opportunities at ACRL/2023 in Pittsburgh in the discussion ARLIS/NA Academic Library Division on ARLISNA Commons 4 weeks ago
Sharing information about ACRL/Arts meetups at ACRL from our ARLIS/NA-ACRL/Arts Affiliate Liaison, Leah Sherman.
All ARLIS/NA members are welcome to join!
If you are attending ACRL 2023 in Pittsburgh next month, here are two exciting opportunities to meet up with your ACRL/Arts Section colleagues. Please see the links and notes…[Read more]
Shoshana Vegh-Gaynor started the topic Academic Library Division Open Forum – February 28, 2023 in the discussion ARLIS/NA Academic Library Division on ARLISNA Commons 1 month ago
The Academic Library Division will be hosting an open forum on Tuesday, February 28th at 3:30pm EST/12:30pm PST.
The hour-long open forum will be a discussion centered around managing employees or working with your manager, as well as managing student employees and GAs. We will cover topics such as supporting employees, cu…[Read more]
Fernando Heredia-Sánchez deposited Alfabetización informacional y mediática (ALFIN / AMI) en bibliotecas universitarias: Principios, evolución y contexto in the group Library & Information Science on Humanities Commons 1 month ago
An overview of the principles, evolution and context of media and information literacy in university libraries is offered, as well as the fundamental role that professionals who work in libraries play as trainers. It is, therefore, a proposal for a synthesis of the path traveled by the media and information literacy in Higher Education, an…[Read more]
Carla-Mae Crookendale replied to the topic Teaching workshops or sessions that are not specifically research related. in the discussion Teaching SIG on ARLISNA Commons 1 month ago
Not at all! 🙂
Christine Mannix replied to the topic Teaching workshops or sessions that are not specifically research related. in the discussion Teaching SIG on ARLISNA Commons 1 month ago
Thanks everyone for your thoughtful responses. Do you mind if I share them with our new director (who is awesome, btw)?
Sha Towers replied to the topic Teaching workshops or sessions that are not specifically research related. in the discussion Teaching SIG on ARLISNA Commons 1 month ago
Hey Christine! I would second what Carla-Mae and Lora have said. I would also add that these types of workshops are relevant to the business of libraries in a variety of ways. Engaged or active learning experiences (like the ones you’ve described) are a fundamentally important pathway for learning. They are also important manifestations of…[Read more]
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