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By Brooke Bosley on Jan 26th, 2015
In the summer of 2014 I had the privilege to participate in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) Robotics at Georgia Tech. The program...
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By HASTAC Admin on Jan 26th, 2015
Danica Savonick and Cathy N. DavidsonOverviewThe often unconscious and unintentional biases against women, including in academe, have been well...
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By Jenae Cohn on Jan 25th, 2015
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Earlier this month, I wrote a review of Jill Walker Rettberg's newest book, published by Palgrave, Seeing Ourselves through Technology. Dr. Rettberg...
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By William Robinson on Jan 25th, 2015
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It has been five years since first batches of games were funded through the explosive pledges of Kickstarter. Of the million dollar projects, less...
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By Steven Berg on Jan 25th, 2015
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“Scholarly Voices” is a new group that was designed to identify and promote undergraduate voices on HASTAC.  The group is not a place to discuss...
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By Mary Caton Lingold on Jan 25th, 2015
Along with my co-editors Whitney Trettien and Darren Mueller, I am proud to announce the launch of Provoke!: Digital Sound Studies. Provoke! is a web...
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By Lisa Tagliaferri on Jan 22nd, 2015
Finally, CUNY soda!This soda can was spotted on the SUNY Stony Brook campus!We at the Futures Initiative have been advocating for more CUNY swag :)
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By Sharla Berry on Jan 22nd, 2015
Now that school is back in session, I’m doing some great readings on qualitative research in online settings. I learned a lot from two pieces, Dutton...
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By Lauren Cramer on Jan 21st, 2015
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In my first blog entry I mentioned some anxiety about entering the DH conversation online (an anxiety that also motivated me to become a HASTAC...
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By Kaysi Holman on Jan 21st, 2015
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Last night at the PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge, Professor Cathy N. Davidson presented a workshop on "The Invention of Failure." She addressed a...
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By Kalle Westerling on Jan 20th, 2015
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The authors in this section focus on some useful writing exercises to use both in class and as homework for students. This section asks, and provides...
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By Kalle Westerling on Jan 20th, 2015
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As humanities scholarship goes digital, the question of how we assess digital scholarship and multimodal work is becoming increasingly critical....
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By Dorothy Stachowiak on Jan 20th, 2015
This post is tangential to my work on fan writing--just something I've been musing on. For the past few years I have been trying, with mixed...
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By Sara Georgini on Jan 20th, 2015
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By Steven Berg on Jan 19th, 2015
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In “The Invention of Failure,” Dr. Cathy N. Davidson rightly argues that we should eliminate “flunk out” courses which have traditionally been...
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By J.J. Sylvia IV on Jan 19th, 2015
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In my last post, I looked at visualizing my field on a Google map. This time I'd like to share some visualizations based on publication years and...