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By Tess Henthorne on Sep 21st, 2014
‘Does the past exist concretely, in space? Is there somewhere or other a place, a world of solid      objects, where the...
By Madalyn Rose on Sep 21st, 2014
In Christopher J. Prom’s article “Reimaging Academic Archives,” a selection from Daniel Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt’s Hacking the Academy: New...
By Elliott Valentine on Sep 21st, 2014
Synopsis of Article: Prom explores the role of the archive in a world with a rapidly increasing number of digital records, files, and many other...
By Kevin Johnson on Sep 21st, 2014
MOOCs,  the most important innovation in education since the printing press, according to M.I.T. President L. Rafael Reif (Reif 2013,...
By Monica Methe on Sep 20th, 2014
Now You See It is more than a book about living in a digital age, it’s a book that offers a positive outlook on change (in general).
By Joella Travis on Sep 20th, 2014
            The Book: A Life Story of a Technology by Nicole Howard is a part of the Greenwood Technographies...
By Emily England on Sep 20th, 2014
In Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web, authors Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig survey the state...
By Ian Bussan on Sep 20th, 2014
            There are certain figures in academia who have become synonymous with certain...
By Dana Olesch on Sep 20th, 2014
          As the trajectory of World War II was brought to a halt by the bombing of Japan in 1945, thousands of returning...
By Payton Cuddy on Sep 20th, 2014
 N.B.: Hastac will not allow me to indent certain paragraphs. I am not sure how to resolve this issue, although I made every effort to do so.
By Claire Berman on Sep 20th, 2014
“The modern humanities is characterized at every point by tensions, divisions, and conflicts both internal and external,” says Geoffrey Galt Harpham...
By Victoria Najacht on Sep 20th, 2014
                The introduction to Geoffrey Galt Harpham’s book, The Humanities and the Dream of America,...
By Katie Warczak on Sep 20th, 2014
In an age of “born-digital” literature created and circulated on the Internet, many “books” have come to be more than books, incorporating elements...
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By Cathy Davidson on Sep 20th, 2014
Contrary to all those books and op eds decrying the dismal intransigence of higher education and college professors in general, I am finishing an...
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By Tess Henthorne on Sep 19th, 2014
“There have never been more ways to communicate with one another than there are right now.” – from Nancy Baym's Personal Connections in the...