One of the recurrent issues I noticed when our Praxis cohort began discussing the meaning of the digital humanities was the field’s need to justify its existence. At the beginning of the semester, we read articles about digital humanities as a “tactical term” and the kind of institutional, financial affiliations necessary to sustain DH labs…. Continue reading “Why not build another digital humanities tool?”.
In a final wrap up, of what has become a four-part series of blog posts on using 3D-printing in a humanities course, Kathleen Thompson reports back on the ASEEES conference and the state of DH in Slavic studies. The previous posts can be read here: Part 1: Printing in the Classroom: Course Assignments and the Makerspace…. Continue reading “The state of DH in Slavic Studies, by Kathleen Thompson”.
As a scholar of contemporary literature, I have naturally been drawn to the incredible literary innovation that has exploded in the wake of digital developments. I’m certainly not alone in my interest, and critics such as Katherine Hayles, Marie-Laure Ryan, Wolfgang Hallet, and Jan-Noël Thon have discussed the role of new media in literary studies,…. Continue reading “Hybrid Literature: Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being”.
We are thrilled to announce an exciting job opportunity on the leadership team here in the Scholars’ Lab. Read on for more details! Are you an innovative leader with a deep research portfolio and strong background in the management of digital humanities projects and practitioners? The University of Virginia Library seeks a Managing Director to…. Continue reading “Are you our new Managing Director?”.
We are so excited to be inviting applications for the position of Managing Director of Scholars’ Lab, in the University of Virginia Library. See posting 0618965 on the UVA HR site jobs.virginia.edu for more details (if need be, go to “Search Postings” link on upper left, enter the posting number). We did slightly reword the…. Continue reading “Managing Director”.
[Cross-posted on the my personal blog as well as the WLUDH blog. What follows is a slightly more fleshed out version of what I presented this past week at HASTAC 2016 (complete with my memory-inflected transcript of the Q&A). I gave a bit more context for the project at the event than I do here, so it…. Continue reading “Reading Speech: Virginia Woolf, Machine Learning, and the Quotation Mark”.
Cross-posted on my personal blog. Anthropology Ph.D. Candidate Sue Ann McCarty frequently visits the Makerspace to print archaeological artifacts. Over multiple conversations, we’ve discovered that we share a similar passion for 3D modeling and printing in the classroom. Sue Ann recently applied her research to a course she taught at James Madison University, and I…. Continue reading “Teaching Archaeology of the Middle East in the Time of Daesh: the Merits of Incorporating Allahyari’s “Material Speculation” with 3D Printing”.
Cross-posted on my personal blog. During the first week of the spring semester, the Makerspace was a flurry of activity, our Ultimaker 2 printing feverishly throughout the day. Groups of students came in and out, selecting and slicing models, checking on their 3D prints, and assembling different components. This week marked the beginning of a…. Continue reading “3D Printing in the Classroom: Course Assignments and the Makerspace”.
We have some big news! The Scholars’ Lab is thrilled to welcome Alison Booth as our new academic director! Professor Alison Booth, a Department of English faculty member and a preeminent scholar of digital humanities, has been appointed academic director of the University of Virginia’s Scholars’ Lab, Arts & Sciences Dean Ian Baucom and Dean…. Continue reading “Welcome, Alison Booth!”.
The Scholars’ Lab is proud to announce that applications for our prestigious Graduate Fellowship in the Digital Humanities are being accepted for the 2016-2017 academic year. Applications are due February 26, 2016. The fellowship supports ABD graduate students doing innovative work in the digital humanities at the University of Virginia. The Scholars’ Lab offers Grad…. Continue reading “Apply for 2016-2017 Graduate Fellowship in Digital Humanities”.
- Blippar and Augmented Reality Literature
- Working with an Archive of the ‘Now’
- Time, Twitter, and Keeping Up with the Kardashians
- Why not build another digital humanities tool?
- Praxis on Choosing a Subject of Study, or, How did we come to the Kardashians?
- Discussions in the Digital Humanities and Learning New Technologies in the Scholars’ Lab
- The state of DH in Slavic Studies, by Kathleen Thompson
- Hybrid Literature: Ruth Ozeki’s A Tale for the Time Being
- 3D printing for fun and presentation
- Are you our next Head of Graduate Programs?