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Reading ‘Writing History in the Digital Age’ at a Distance

I and my students have made some contributions to ‘Writing History in the Digital Age‘, the born-digital volume edited by  Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki. Rather than reflect on the writing process, I thought I’d topic model the volume to see what patterns emerged in the contributions. I use Mallet to do this. I’ve posted earlier about [...]
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Hand Stitched Portraits Reflect Life In The Digital Age

Odd : Neatorama (13 hours ago)

As we become more reliant on technology in our everyday lives our relationship with the digital age becomes more complicated, and we find ourselves growing more accustomed to having a part of our lives that is purely digital. Betwee... Read Post

Phonographs and Potsherds

Academics / Archaeology : The New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World (3 years ago)

A reference in Daniel Faltesek’s contribution to Dougherty and Nawrotzki’s Writing History in the Digital Age caught my interest. Faltesek discusses the rise of non-linear editing particularly in film, but he refers to an article by... Read Post

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Academics / Archaeology : The New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World (3 years ago)

I’ve really enjoyed cruising through the Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki open peer-review volume called Writing History in the Digital Age which is slated to be published by University of Michigan Press’s new Digital Humanities... Read Post


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