Topic: Reading & Writing

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By Michael Hancher on Jul 14th, 2014
Dictionaries 34 (2013) includes nine authoritative articles about the history and use of the Oxford English Dictionary, and also accounts...
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By Rebecca Nesvet on Jul 6th, 2014
What images does the term "digital humanist" bring to mind? Probably a scholar of the humanities who is engaged in coding, programming, or critiquing...
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By Emily Kugler on Jun 29th, 2014
NB: This was originally posted by Jacqueline Wernimont on her HASTAC blog and on my website, but now that I have a HASTAC account, I'm re-...
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By HASTAC Admin on Jun 26th, 2014
For those who have not been following along, "Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society" has just finished an exciting series of...
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By Virginia Kuhn on Jun 23rd, 2014
The Feminist Scholars Digital Workshop was an unexpectedly remarkable event! It’s rare that one gets a chance to receive sustained feedback on one’s...
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By Jack Hennes on Jun 22nd, 2014
[click the image to watch a YouTube video of the "Evocative Objects" workshop and talk given by Jody Shipka at the University of Texas at Austin]...
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By Mia Zamora on Jun 20th, 2014
We have been excited about the “Connected Learning” movement for some time at the Kean University Writing Project, and our team has been thinking a
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By Rosaria Pace on Jun 17th, 2014
Review of danah boyd's "It's Complicated", 7th Chapterby Rosaria Pace a. when the age does not matterThe birth date does not give digital...
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