Richard Higgins, Ph.D.

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I am enrolled in an MIS program with the Dept. of Information and Library Science, the School of Informatics and Computing, Indiana University. I am interested in Digital Humanities, Data Curation, Metadata and Open Access, Data Analysis and Management, and Social Media Subjectivities. In 2010 I completed a PhD in English in British Literature and Victorian Studies, and have taught social media analysis, literature courses, and writing. I am a practicing Digital Humanist learning to use data, text encoding, and semantic analysis in more sophisticated ways.

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Roger Whitson, "Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities"

October 20 2014
Nineteenth-Century Digital Humanities Roger Whitson Washington State University Scholars tend to consider the digital humanities as a methodological field. But the changes occurring to culture due to digital technology also have the potential to impact the content of humanistic study. I'll examine...
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
United States

Virginia Kuhn, "The VAT: Video Analysis at Scale"

October 16 2014
The VAT: Video Analysis at Scale Virginia Kuhn School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California Cultural analytics, a newer branch of the digital humanities, is an approach that deploys computer technologies to analyze the formal features of art and culture, making them available to...
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN 47405
United States
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