Tag: humanities

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By HASTAC Scholars program on Jan 18th, 2011
At the recent MLA 2011, one of the largest conferences for humanities in the US, the question arose: 
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By HASTAC Scholars program on Jan 18th, 2011
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Welcome to the Code Critique forum. Here we are focusing on reading and critiquing specific code snippets. To get the discussion started, your hosts...
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By Amanda Visconti on Sep 10th, 2009
I'm a second-year student in the Univeristy of Michigan's School of Information master's program (M.S.I.), and I've tailored my own specialization...
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By Bola King-Rushing on Nov 13th, 2009
I'd like to revisit Amanda Visconti's blog post about the must-have technical skills for a digital humanist. Our department's Literature.Culture....
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By Cathy Davidson on Apr 7th, 2010
Some days it feels awfully good being an academic, and even better to be a humanist.  I'm just back from the first meeting of the Haiti Lab, a...
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By Cathy Davidson on Feb 25th, 2009
  The New York Times today has an article, "In Tough Times, the Humanities Must Justify Their Worth." Here's the url. http://nytimes.com/2009/...
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By Cathy Davidson on Jul 5th, 2010
Last winter, some deans at Duke asked me (and the HASTAC team, of course) to think about what a next generation, pre-profressional Master's degree...
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By Jonathan Tarr on Jan 19th, 2008
Moderator: Martin Rundkvist.  Blog = aardvarchaeology, because it starts with two As: http://www.scienceblogs.com/aardvarchaeology
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By Angela Kinney on Feb 8th, 2009
si enim sunt futura et praeterita, volo scire ubi sunt. quod si nondum valeo, scio tamen, ubicumque sunt, non ibi ea futura esse aut praeterita, sed...
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