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Inclusive Dh2016: Papers and posters that address gender, race, sexuality, and cross cultural language issues
As I am
preparing for DH 2016 i n Krakow, Poland I thought it might be useful to create a
list of panels and papers that focus on gender, race, sexuality, and cross
cultural language issues for those interested in such issues in digital
humanities. So, foll...

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Loss: Our Disappearing Digital legacy
I'm well into the beginning of the semester and ready to begin documenting early digital humanities projects. In this post, I want to emphasize how much we are in danger of losing, how much of early digital cultural material is evaporating. I don't want to ...

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This summer a small group of folks at Texas A&M University, myself, Rebecca Hankins , Maura Ives , and Sarah Potvin , have been working on DiBB: The Digital Black Bibliographic Project. The project  will provide an expanded, accurate data set for black cult...

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E-Black Studies: Abdul Alkalimat's Brother Malcolm
Today I want to highlight the  Brother Malcolm website created by Professor  Abdul Alkalimat , Professor Emeritus of African American and Library and Information Studies at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Launched in 1998, this site remains ...

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Payne Theological Seminary and A.M.E. Church Archive
I've been trying to write a blog post over the last two days, but the murders in Charleston have been so horrific that I keep stopping and starting posts.  I have a few other posts forthcoming, but I decided that I needed to feature the  Payne Theological S...

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Guest Post: Online Tutorials from the History Courseware Consortium
I am pleased to share our first guest post! Melissa Terras graciously provided this overview of TILT, Teaching with Independent Learning Technologies. Thank you Melissa, and I welcome anyone who would like to contribute a post on an early digital project. G...

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CSDH/SCHN and ACH Conference wrap up
I just returned from a great conference in Ottawa, Canada. Part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, the CSDH/SCHN and ACH Digital Humanities Conference brought together dh scholars from around the world. I was honored, and nervous, to giv...

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Economics and Cultural Encoding: Milena Dobreva and Medieval Slavic Manuscript Studies in Bulgaria
I have been writing my keynote, "DH Futures: Conflict, Power and Public Knowledge," for the upcoming CSDH/SCHN and ACH Conference in Ottawa and have been thinking about some of the key tensions within our current digital humanities moment. One of the crucia...

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History of the Native Web
I checked twitter this morning and saw this: I'm so excited to see a scholar document important early digital work in Native studies. The first blog entry from Siobhan Senier  is available: ...

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Border Crossings, 1998
Border Crossings is a project that was launched in 1998 by Karla Tonella of the University of Iowa. Described as a hypertext project, Border Crossings riffs off of Gloria Anzaldua 's Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza (1987). Collecting links to vario...
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