The Digital History Group is very pleased to announce our Fall book review series featuring two reviews a month from October through December. Our aim is to stimulate discussion around some key texts in the field. We encourage group members and the wider HASTAC community to join in by commenting on the posts.
Here’s the line up for Fall:
- 1. October 15 – Ece Turnator, Harvard PhD and Postdoctoral Fellow at UT Austin, Reviewing Toni Weller, History in the Digital Age (2013)
- 2. November 1 – Tara Conley, PhD Candidate at Columbia and founder of Media Make Change, Reviewing Henry Jenkins, Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide (2008)
- 3. November 15 – Eduard Arriaga, Assistant Professor at Western University (Ontario), Reviewing Franco Moretti and Alberto Piazza, Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for Literary History (2007)
- 4. December 1 – Jennifer Fisch-Ferguson, PhD Student at Michigan State, Reviewing Adam Banks, Digital Griots: African American Rhetoric in a Multimedia Age (2011)
- 5. December 15 – Kevin Wisniewski, PhD Candidate at University of Maryland Baltimore County, Reviewing T. Mills Kelly, Teaching History in the Digital Age (2013)