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The Differences between Digital History and Digital Humanities

For the last nine months I’ve spent much of my time exploring digital history. Part of becoming director of RRCHNM involved familiarizing myself with areas of work about which I had only passing knowledge despite almost twenty years of reading, teaching

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The Differences between Digital History and Digital Humanities

For the last nine months I’ve spent much of my time exploring digital history. Part of becoming director of RRCHNM involved familiarizing myself with areas of work about which I had only passing knowledge despite almost twenty years of reading, teaching

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Mapping New York @ Bard Graduate Center

On April 25, I’m talking about “Putting Harlem on the Map: Visualizing Everyday Life in a 1920s Neighborhood” as part of the Mapping New York Symposium being held at the Bard Graduate Center.   Description: New York has long fascinated

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Mapping New York @ Bard Graduate Center

On April 25, I’m talking about “Putting Harlem on the Map: Visualizing Everyday Life in a 1920s Neighborhood” as part of the Mapping New York Symposium being held at the Bard Graduate Center.   Description: New York has long fascinated

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Panel discussion @ VCU: Scholar, Maker, Creator: New Humanities Conversations

Scholar, Maker, Creator: New Humanities Conversations April 8 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University I will be a Panelist – with Susan Brown (University of Alberta); Aaron McCollough

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Panel discussion @ VCU: Scholar, Maker, Creator: New Humanities Conversations

Scholar, Maker, Creator: New Humanities Conversations April 8 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, Virginia Commonwealth University I will be a Panelist – with Susan Brown (University of Alberta); Aaron McCollough

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Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania

On April 1, I’ll be giving two talks on Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania. Behind the Scenes at Digital Harlem Tools-and-Techniques in the Digital Humanities, Digital Humanities Forum TIME: 12:30-2:00pm LOCATION: Penn Library Digital Harlem is one of

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Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania

On April 1, I’ll be giving two talks on Digital Harlem at the University of Pennsylvania. Behind the Scenes at Digital Harlem Tools-and-Techniques in the Digital Humanities, Digital Humanities Forum TIME: 12:30-2:00pm LOCATION: Penn Library Digital Harlem is one of

Example of inscriptions inside Historic Blenheim, Fairfax County, Virginia (Aurbanski, WikiMedia Commons)

Spring 2014: The Digital Past

HIST 390 The Digital Past Spring 2014 Syllabus This course is my version of HIST 390, the course first developed by Dan Cohen, which satisfies George Mason University’s general education IT requirement.  It has to include a range of topics

Example of inscriptions inside Historic Blenheim, Fairfax County, Virginia (Aurbanski, WikiMedia Commons)

Spring 2014: The Digital Past

HIST 390 The Digital Past Spring 2014 Syllabus This course is my version of HIST 390, the course first developed by Dan Cohen, which satisfies George Mason University’s general education IT requirement.  It has to include a range of topics

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“Putting Harlem on the Map” Published – Again

The print version of “Putting Harlem on the Map” has recently been published by the University of Michigan Press in the collection Writing History in the Digital Age. An online copy is also available for free from the publisher here. The

WHDA2013cover

“Putting Harlem on the Map” Published – Again

The print version of “Putting Harlem on the Map” has recently been published by the University of Michigan Press in the collection Writing History in the Digital Age. An online copy is also available for free from the publisher here. The

(Staff file photo Justin Ide/Harvard News Office)

Why Are We Still Captive To The Issue?

I was very happy to have two articles appear in print this month. But one had been accepted in November 2011, the other in February 2012. My most recent article published prior to this month appeared in September 2012, having

(Staff file photo Justin Ide/Harvard News Office)

Why Are We Still Captive To The Issue?

I was very happy to have two articles appear in print this month. But one had been accepted in November 2011, the other in February 2012. My most recent article published prior to this month appeared in September 2012, having