Topic: HASTAC Scholars

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By Irene Sotiropoulou on Jun 21st, 2015
A) THe following summary has been prepared by our group member Karina R. Lopez
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By Andrew Martin on Jun 12th, 2015
The 2015 HASTAC Conference was both thought provoking and invigorating. As a first time attender, the informality, pace, and eclectic nature of the...
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By Sara DiCaglio on Jun 8th, 2015
My name is Sara DiCaglio (@sdicag) and I'm about to enter my final year of the dual PhD program in English and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies...
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By Christine Yao on Jun 8th, 2015
“This is a book about Twine. But let’s not let it be the book, yeah?” – Merritt Kopas, introduction to Videogames for Humans (Instar Books) Buy...
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By Cameron Glover on Jun 2nd, 2015
Oh, conferences. The culmination of many a academic research and planning comes at the presentation stage. This is the point of research when...
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By Alicia Pileggi on Jun 2nd, 2015
This past week I attended the HASTAC 2015 Conference at Michigan U in East Lansing. After a 2 hour delay and $10 airport Pringles I reluctantly...
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By Staci Stutsman on May 29th, 2015
What a fantastic conversation and series of presentations during this morning’s session “DH: Affordances and Limits of Post/Anti/Decolonial and...
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By Staci Stutsman on May 28th, 2015
I just came out of a fantastic interactive long-table discussion on student-centered pedagogy that was moderated by Cathy Davidson and Katina Rogers...
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By Staci Stutsman on May 28th, 2015
Scott B. Weingart, Carnegie Mellon University’s Digital Humanities Specialist, opened the conference this morning with his keynote talk "Connecting...
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