Month: September 2010

an early glimpse of my DH course

an early glimpse of my DH course

although this word cloud is a less than perfectly accurate representation of the postings (students’ and my own) on my course blog (e.g. it includes tag categories such as uncategorized, includes post status terms like posted, and so forth), it nonetheless does begin to convey […]

DH: “a Klein bottle of a discipline”

DH: “a Klein bottle of a discipline”

“Digital Humanities comprises media theory as well as technology. It’s a Klein bottle of a discipline (which is part of why it’s so difficult to explain and justify). It is contained by much narrower interests like engineering and systems design; but it also contains whatever […]

e-reading

e-reading

This semester, I am teaching one of my courses using entirely digital media. It’s about time, right? The advent of digital books and the widespread availability of e-journals, electronic archives, and numerous web-based social networking, research, and authoring tools suggests this is an obvious – […]