Situated Interpretation, Capacious Computation, Empowered Discovery

Situated Interpretation, Capacious Computation, Empowered Discovery
Tanya Clement is Assistant Professor in the School of Information at the University of Texas at Austin. Her research centers on scholarly information infrastructure as it impacts academic research, research libraries, and the creation of research tools and resources in the digital humanities. She has published in a wide range of publications including Cultural Analytics, Digital Humanities ...

PROJECT: Open Library of Humanities

The Open Library of Humanities announced the launch of their platform with an editorial by directors Martin Paul Eve and Caroline Edwards. Launched after more than two years of planning, with supporting membership funding, OLH represents “the seed of a scalable model for journal transition to open access in the humanities that does not rely on payment from authors ...

RESOURCE: The Digital Humanities Are Alive and Well and Blooming: Now What?

Nancy L. Maron (Sustaining Digital Resources Training Program) published “The Digital Humanities Are Alive and Well and Blooming: Now What?” in the September/October edition of the EDUCAUSE Review. Maron observes three challenges for institutions establishing a digital humanities program from her work with the Ithaka S+R Study: Building an Inventory Examining the Digital Life Cycle Choosing ...

RECOMMENDED: Wrapping Up DH2014, Lausanne (Part 2)

In the eleven days since the end of the international Digital Humanities conference in Lausanne, Switzerland, participants have been posting wrap-up reports, slides, and posters. We highlighted the first batch in last week’s Part 1. Further reports that have caught our attention in the intervening days: DH2014 was a jam-packed conference, with more than two ...

RECOMMENDED: Wrapping up DH 2014, Lausanne (Part 1)

The international Digital Humanities 2014 conference was held last week in Lausanne, Switzerland. Martin Grandjean and Yannick Rochat have created a visualization of the DH2014 network on Twitter; and ADHO has compiled a Storify with an overview of the conference. The full program of abstracts is available online. Dario Rodighiero has distributed his stunning visualization ...