Topic: Open Source, Open Access & Open Web

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By Timothy Foster on Mar 26th, 2015
Here at Vanderbilt, new initiatives are constantly expanding the presence of DH.
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By Alison McCarthy on Mar 9th, 2015
One reason it is useful to situate trolling in the context of the jester is that it lends quite the historical precedent to what we generally...
By Paolo Mangiafico on Mar 5th, 2015
Through the economic and structural reconfiguration made possible by the Internet, the potential for new modes of publishing scholarship have emerged...
By Elli Bleeker on Feb 25th, 2015
I am very pleased to announce a DH-conference all the way in lovely Antwerp this coming Spring (8 and 9 June). Although the conference is established...
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By Lisa Tagliaferri on Feb 19th, 2015
A group for STAC Computer Science students in CS455: Ethics in Technological Society
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By Marco Bastos on Feb 15th, 2015
After much deliberation and considerable delays, we're happy to see that our paper "How Digital Are the Digital Humanities? An Analysis of Two...
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By Kalle Westerling on Feb 9th, 2015
In keeping with the Eastern Sociological Society’s theme of “Crossing Borders”, the Digital Sociology Mini-Conference will address the many borders...
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