Posts Tagged: historical research

Collecting Grains of Sand: Big Data and the History of Ordinary Individuals

On November 21, 2014, I’m presenting a paper titled “Collecting Grains of Sand: Big Data and the History of Ordinary Individuals” as part of the “Humanities and Big Data” panel at Big Data, Better World? A Transdisciplinary Studies Conference, November 21,

Collecting Grains of Sand: Big Data and the History of Ordinary Individuals

On November 21, 2014, I’m presenting a paper titled “Collecting Grains of Sand: Big Data and the History of Ordinary Individuals” as part of the “Humanities and Big Data” panel at Big Data, Better World? A Transdisciplinary Studies Conference, November 21,

Leaving Paper Behind

Moving means packing up my office. As you can see, on one side of the office are books; on the other, filing cabinets and piles of paper (it’s not usually this messy, I promise).  Most of the books are making

Leaving Paper Behind

Moving means packing up my office. As you can see, on one side of the office are books; on the other, filing cabinets and piles of paper (it’s not usually this messy, I promise).  Most of the books are making