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By Bridget Draxler on Apr 26th, 2010
Digital humanities projects can take many forms, changing the way we teach and archive, the way we read and write. Because digital work can take so...
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By Cathy Davidson on Mar 1st, 2010
Last night at dinner, a visitor to our campus asked me about HASTAC which she had been watching grow and grow over the years.  We ended up...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 10th, 2010
This is a concise and really useful compilation of Tweets for a presentation on "How To Turn Your Dissertation Into a Book" by Ken Wissoker,...
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By Seth Perlow on Feb 7th, 2010
On Monday, February 8th, 2010, at 4:30 p.m., the Society for the Humanities at Cornell University will host a public dialogue between Mary Flanagan (...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 2nd, 2010
I sat down this morning with my cup of coffee and rather aimlessly checked out my Twitter account, and then switched to the HASTAC feed.  ...
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By Phillip Edwards on Sep 23rd, 2009
Yesterday, I drove out to Duke for a HASTAC/Franklin Humanities Institute-sponsored reception for Dr. Allison Clark (Research Scientist at the...
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