- James I. Robertson Jr., Exacting Civil War Historian, Dies at 89, via @nytimes https://t.co/TdDmDH60xf 07:05:20 AM November 16, 2019 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- When James Baldwin Squared Off Against William F. Buckley Jr., via @nytimes https://t.co/JLwPaoYi9L 07:03:05 AM November 16, 2019 from NYTimes for iPad - Breaking N...
- Fabulous interview with my @BigTenAcademic Leadership Fellow and colleague @UNLincoln Megan Elliott on the new Dig… https://t.co/2TSfxrRRMG 11:05:19 AM November 12, 2019 from Twitter Web App
- Renegotiating the Archive: Scholarly Practice in the Digital Age
- What is Digital Scholarship? A Typology
- Why the Digital, Why the Digital Liberal Arts? (Middlebury College, December 2014)
- The Future of Digital History, #rrchnm20
- O Say Can You See Project on Early Washington, D.C. first release: petitions for freedom
Category Archives: Internet and World Wide Web
At a recent talk at the University of Colorado Boulder I discussed various definitions of digital scholarship and how we might categorize digital scholarship. My forthcoming essay in the second edition of Blackwell’s Companion to Digital Humanities deals with these … Continue reading
These remarks were presented October 25, 2013 at the Michigan State University Cyberinfrastructure Days conference. I have removed and modified some comments which were relevant to the local context of the conference, and I have removed some of the explanatory … Continue reading
At long last, a year into the MOOC frenzy, here comes Thomas Friedman with an oped in yesterday’s New York Times, Revolution Hits the Universities. This breathlessly enthusiastic endorsement from Mr. Friedman (The World is Flat) should mark the high tide … Continue reading
On Saturday, October 22, eight undergraduate students and fifteen graduate students digitized dozens of documents at Love’s Jazz and Art Center in North Omaha as part of our third major History Harvest in Nebraska. Some remarkable stories, documents, and objects … Continue reading
This week’s reading for our Digital Humanities seminar included Marshall McLuhan and Quinten Fore’s The Medium is the Massage: An Inventory of Effects and Helen J. Burgess and Jeanne Hamming’s new piece in Digital Humanities Quarterly, “New Media in the … Continue reading