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By Helen Haswell on Jul 3rd, 2015
Scholars
Over the last few months I have thought about what it means to be working within digital humanities and how we, as scholars, engage with it....
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By Michelle Kassorla on Jun 29th, 2015
Pedagogy
I’m so done with article after article about how we should use Technology in the Classroom when it is “called for” or “appropriate.”  I think...
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By Katina Rogers on Jun 24th, 2015
I'm very pleased to share the news that the study I conducted on PhD career paths for the Scholarly Communication Institute has now been published in...
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By Theresa Horstman on Jun 19th, 2015
I was wondering if anyone could point me to some examples of badge or achievement systems that awarded badges to teams (as opposed to individuals)...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jun 18th, 2015
I’m often asked why I start with pedagogy, given the larger institutional reforms and social ambitions that HASTAC and the new Futures Initiative...
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By Elizabeth Constable on Jun 16th, 2015
For me the Feminist Digital Scholars Workshop was such a productive, and invigorating, week of exchanges and thoughtful engagement around our...
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By Tiffany Florvil on Jun 15th, 2015
It was a interesting week!!  I read some fascinating pieces that all dealt with different elements of feminism.  We lost a member, but I...
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By Sara Georgini on Jun 15th, 2015
Like many, Amos Doolittle struggled to turn in a decent first draft of American history.
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By Danica Savonick on Jun 15th, 2015
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I spent this past year as a Research Fellow with the Futures Initiative, a Graduate Teaching Fellow at Queens College, a HASTAC Scholar, and a...
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By Erin Frost on Jun 15th, 2015
What a fantastic workshop! I really enjoyed engaging with my groupmates' smart work, which ranged from analyses of how to empower medical students to...
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By Steven Berg on Jun 15th, 2015
Pedagogy
The recent case of Tara Schultz complaining that four graphic novels assigned by her English professor were inappropriate because they included...
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By Beck Wise on Jun 14th, 2015
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Another year, another Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop--and another rad one at that! I had the privilege of reading and responding to incredibly...
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By Emily Kugler on Jun 14th, 2015
The magic of deadlines continue to amaze me. I've been tinkering but not finishing a piece for a while, and because of this workshop, I can now...
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By Martha Joy Rose on Jun 14th, 2015
This was a great way to gather feminists from all around the world! I loved reading my team member's work. Learned a few new things, and would...
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By Michele White on Jun 14th, 2015
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I appreciated the thoughtful comments from Karen Cook, Liz Constable, and Rachael Sullivan from my group. Reading people’s comments about the number...
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By Marina DelVecchio on Jun 14th, 2015
Hi all, I really enjoyed being part of this workshop. As I teach on the community college level, I am not part of a feminist group like this one. It...
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By Lisa Tagliaferri on Jun 14th, 2015
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Members of the Futures Initiative team organized the Student-Centered Pedagogy and Technology panel at the HA