Digital Humanities Speaker Micki Kaufman “Everything on Paper Will Be Used Against Me”: Quantifying Kissinger Scarcity of information is a common frustration for many historians. However, for researchers of twentieth- and twenty-first century history the opposite problem is also increasingly common. In contrast to scholars of ancient history, who base much of their analyses on …. Continue reading “Podcast: Micki Kaufman on Quantifying Kissinger”.
March 10 update: Due to technical difficulties, we are not able to post the podcast of this event. Apologies for any inconvenience! Beyond Tools: The Shared Questions about Interpretation that Link Computer Science to the Humanities Thursday, March 6 at 10:00 am in Alderman Library, Room 421 The phrase “digital humanities” suggests an encounter with…. Continue reading “DH Speaker Series: Ted Underwood on CS and the Humanities”.
Digital Humanities Speakers: Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam Theories and Practices of Postcolonial Digital Humanities Both postcolonial studies and the digital humanities have gained currency within the academy but are subject to strident critiques from interlocutors. Postcolonial studies has been criticized for being overly reliant on jargon and apolitical, whereas the digital humanities have been…. Continue reading “Podcast: Adeline Koh & Roopika Risam”.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker: Meg Stewart A Fulbright Scholar Talks About Participatory GIS, the Caribbean, Google Earth and How a Fulbright Could Be in Your Future On December 3, 2013, Meg Stewart, Academic Technology Consultant and Fulbright Ambassador, spoke in the Scholars’ Lab about her experiences as a geospatial technologist in the Caribbean and about the…. Continue reading “Podcast: Meg Stewart”.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker: Dot Porter Ceci n’est pas un manuscript: How Digitization and Presentation Practices Ignore and Obscure the Physicality of the Object On October 30, 2013, Dot Porter, Curator of Digital Research Services at the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies in the Kislak Center for Special Collections at the University of Pennsylvania, spoke in…. Continue reading “Podcast: Dot Porter”.
UVa Library Open Access Week Speaker: Gail McMillan Graduate Student Publishing and Open Access: Understanding the Digital Landscape of Open Access Publishing for Theses and Dissertations On October 29, 2013, Gail McMillan, Director of Digital Libraries and Archives at Virginia Tech, spoke in Alderman Library about her research on the effects of open access for…. Continue reading “Podcast: Open Access Week Speaker – Gail McMillan”.
Institute of the Humanities & Global Cultures Speaker: Sukanta Chaudhuri Many Tagores: Travels through a Variorum Website On September 12, 2013, Professor Sukanta Chaudhuri, Professor of English Literature at Jadavpur University and a Digital Humanities scholar, spoke in Alderman Library at the conclusion of his residence at UVa as an Institute of the Humanities &…. Continue reading “Podcast: Sukanta Chaudhuri”.
Graduate Fellows Forum Introducing Our 2013-2014 Graduate Fellows On September 10, 2013, the Scholars’ Lab hosted a lunch talk to welcome our new Digital Humanities Graduate Fellows, who gave an introduction to their research to be undertaken with the Scholars’ Lab during the next year. Eric DeLuca Composition and Computer Technologies Program McIntire Department of…. Continue reading “Podcast: Introducing Our 2013-2014 Graduate Fellows”.
Speaker Series Brown Bag: James Smithies The UC CEISMIC Digital Archive: Co-ordinating Libraries, Museums, Archives, Individuals and Government Agencies in a Disaster Management Context On July 22, Dr. James Smithies, Senior Lecturer in Digital Humanities at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand, spoke in the Scholars’ Lab about his work designing and developing…. Continue reading “Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: James Smithies”.
Graduate Fellows Forum: Lydia Rodríguez The Time Has Come: Ethnography, Gesture Research, and Digital Technology Lydia Rodríguez PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology Scholars’ Lab Fellow Respondent Dr. Eve Danziger Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology University of Virginia Summary: In Western societies, time is usually perceived as a linear progression of events, but not all cultures…. Continue reading “Graduate Fellows Forum: Lydia Rodríguez”.
- Come explore the Makerspace!
- Minard + Napoleon + Neatline
- Bonjour! Je m’appelle Julia.
- What. The. Junk.
- Upgrading Neatline and Omeka
- Visualizing Early America through MapScholar and Beyond
- A Fox… Among Others
- Individuality and Collective Effort
- Prism in the Classroom: Questions to Frame Discussion
- Let’s Play