Crafting Our Charter – Praxis Program 2017-2018

As a historian, when I think of charters, the first things I think of are royal charters. The first result when you Google charter, on the other hand, is Charter Telecommunications Company because of course. But as members of the new Praxis Fellowship cohort, my fellow fellows and I tried to chart (I’m sorry) a very…. Continue reading “Crafting Our Charter – Praxis Program 2017-2018”.

Welcome new DH Developer Zoe LeBlanc!

We are delighted to announce that Zoe LeBlanc has accepted our DH Developer position! Zoe rose to the top of an extremely strong pool of over 60 applicants. A History ABD at Vanderbilt University, she focuses on post-colonialist movements and media in Cairo and other capitals. She brings solid technical experience in the areas of…. Continue reading “Welcome new DH Developer Zoe LeBlanc!”.

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Hello again, my fine digital-humanist friends! It’s a delight to be back in the Scholars’ Lab this year! For those who don’t know me, my name is Christian Howard, and I am a PhD Candidate at UVA in English literature and one of the 2017-2018 Praxis Fellows. If you do happen to know me, you…. Continue reading “/etc/rc.local”.

About my research, computers and Digital Humanities

In my inaugural post a few days ago, I introduced myself to the world in kind of an oblique way. Some people may wonder what I am studying or what my research interests are. This post is here to mend this omission. In large brush strokes, I will talk about my dissertation and then about…. Continue reading “About my research, computers and Digital Humanities”.

Hello World!

My name is Spyros Simotas and I am a PhD candidate at the French Department at UVa. This year, I am also a Praxis fellow at the Scholars’ Lab. In this first blog post I would like to briefly introduce myself honoring Brandon’s ice-breakers. Brandon always comes to our meetings with an ice-breaker. Here are…. Continue reading “Hello World!”.

Digital Humanities Fellows Applications – 2018-2019

[Read closely: our menu options have changed. Note especially the changes to the application timeline, eligibility, and funding structure of the fellowship. Questions should be directed to Brandon Walsh, Head of Graduate Programs for the Scholars’ Lab.] We are now accepting applications for the 2018-2019 DH Fellows Cohort! Applications are due Wednesday, November 1st. The Digital Humanities…. Continue reading “Digital Humanities Fellows Applications – 2018-2019”.

2017 Virginia Higher Ed GIS Meeting

2017 Virginia Higher Ed GIS Meeting November 2, 2017 – 10am to 3pm (check in begins at 9:30am) Scholars’ Lab, Alderman Library – University of Virginia – Charlottesville, VA A meeting of all Virginia higher education Esri/GIS representatives and other GIS support people This meeting is for Esri designates and other GIS support staff to…. Continue reading “2017 Virginia Higher Ed GIS Meeting”.

CFP: PMLA Special Issue, Varieties of Digital Humanities

I want to call attention to the opportunity to publish your work in the leading journal in literary studies.  Miriam Posner and I will be co-editing a special issue on digital humanities, and we very much welcome varieties of approaches as well as topics.  PMLA has a very strenuous and blind peer review process that gives ample…. Continue reading “CFP: PMLA Special Issue, Varieties of Digital Humanities”.

Walt Whitman’s Jack Engle and Lola Montez: New from Collective Biographies of Women

By Alison Booth On 14 August 2017 · Add Comment [Edit]   [This is the first part of a short essay I posted on the blog of Collective Biographies of Women and elsewhere on August 15, 2017.  See https://pages.shanti.virginia.edu/CBW_Blog/?p=441&preview=true#_ftn6 for the entirety, with additional notes and references.] In February, 2017, there was some exciting news…. Continue reading “Walt Whitman’s Jack Engle and Lola Montez: New from Collective Biographies of Women”.

Welcome Senior Developer Shane Lin!

The Scholars’ Lab team is thrilled to welcome Shane Lin as our new Senior Developer! Shane first joined the Scholars’ Lab as a Praxis Program graduate fellow in 2012. Since then, he’s served as a Technologist in our Makerspace, where he’s provided invaluable guidance on research and pedagogy related to desktop fabrication and physical computing.…. Continue reading “Welcome Senior Developer Shane Lin!”.

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