Tag: digital history

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By Christina Davidson on Mar 29th, 2014
May 1: Evan Johnson, Aesthetic Studies Ph.D. Candidate at UT Dallas, reviewing, Rabinovitz, Lauren, and Abraham Geil. Memory Bytes: History...
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By Benjamin Weber on Mar 10th, 2014
June 15: Anna-Sophia Zingarelli, MILS Student at University of Pittsburgh, reviewing Anna Bentkowska-Kafel, Trish Cashen and Hazel Gardiner, eds.,...
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By Benjamin Weber on Mar 10th, 2014
June 1: Sara Georgini, History Ph.D. Candidate at Boston University, reviewing: Melissa Terras, Julianne Nyhan, Edward Vanhoutte, eds., Defining...
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By Benjamin Weber on Mar 10th, 2014
May 15: Maryam Patton, History Student at Princeton, reviewing Robert Darnton’s The History of Books and the Digital Future (2010)
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By Colin Greenstreet on Mar 7th, 2014
The MarineLives Digital History Research Programme 2014-2015 can be downloaded here. The programme has been developed with our academic partners -...
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By Colin Greenstreet on Mar 4th, 2014
The all volunteer MarineLives project has opportunities for undergraduate students, and for graduate students at masters and doctoral level, to work...
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By Benjamin Weber on Feb 25th, 2014
April 15: Zaqir Virani, English Graduate Student at University of Victoria, reviewing Dennis Wood’s Rethinking the Power of Maps (2010)
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By Benjamin Weber on Feb 25th, 2014
March 30 – Lauren Tilton, PhD Candidate in American Studies at Yale University, reviewing David Golumbia's The Cultural Logic of...
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By Benjamin Weber on Feb 25th, 2014
February 15: Ashley Young, PhD Candidate in History at Duke University, reviewing Daniel Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig’s Digital History: a...
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By Colin Greenstreet on Feb 20th, 2014
The MarineLives academic/public history hybrid project has had a presence within HASTAC since late January 2014.It has been a fantastic learning...
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