Topic: Digital Humanities

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By Monica Methe on Sep 20th, 2014
Now You See It is more than a book about living in a digital age, it’s a book that offers a positive outlook on change (in general).
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By Joella Travis on Sep 20th, 2014
            The Book: A Life Story of a Technology by Nicole Howard is a part of the Greenwood Technographies...
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By Emily England on Sep 20th, 2014
In Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web, authors Daniel J. Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig survey the state...
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By Rachel Mitchell on Sep 20th, 2014
Everything is IlluminatedJonathon Safran FoerPenguin Books, 2002 
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By Dana Olesch on Sep 20th, 2014
          As the trajectory of World War II was brought to a halt by the bombing of Japan in 1945, thousands of returning...
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By Payton Cuddy on Sep 20th, 2014
 N.B.: Hastac will not allow me to indent certain paragraphs. I am not sure how to resolve this issue, although I made every effort to do so.
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By Victoria Najacht on Sep 20th, 2014
                The introduction to Geoffrey Galt Harpham’s book, The Humanities and the Dream of America,...
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By Katie Warczak on Sep 20th, 2014
In an age of “born-digital” literature created and circulated on the Internet, many “books” have come to be more than books, incorporating elements...
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