Posts Tagged: computational analysis

“Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History” published

My article “Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History,” has been published in Law and History Review 34, 4 (November 2016), a special issue on digital legal history. ABSTRACT As the fields of digital humanities and digital history have grown in scale and visibility

“Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History” published

My article “Searching for Anglo-American Digital Legal History,” has been published in Law and History Review 34, 4 (November 2016), a special issue on digital legal history. ABSTRACT As the fields of digital humanities and digital history have grown in scale and visibility

Fall 2014: Clio Wired: An Introduction to History & New Media

This course is my version of HIST 696, the first of the two digital history courses required of all PhD students at GMU. I was introduced to this course during my first stint at GMU in 1998-99, one of the first years that Roy

Fall 2014: Clio Wired: An Introduction to History & New Media

This course is my version of HIST 696, the first of the two digital history courses required of all PhD students at GMU. I was introduced to this course during my first stint at GMU in 1998-99, one of the first years that Roy

The Differences between Digital History and Digital Humanities

The revised & expanded version of this post published in Debates in Digital Humanities 2016 is now online. For the last nine months I’ve spent much of my time exploring digital history. Part of becoming director of RRCHNM involved familiarizing myself

The Differences between Digital History and Digital Humanities

The revised & expanded version of this post published in Debates in Digital Humanities 2016 is now online. For the last nine months I’ve spent much of my time exploring digital history. Part of becoming director of RRCHNM involved familiarizing myself