Month: November 2010

Post ID: 73

Ten reasons why we should teach DH to undergraduate students: This is the first draft of a larger summary of my thoughts in response to teaching DH to a group of fourteen undergraduate students this semester. 1) Because these students will very likely determine the […]

Post ID: 71

new DH blog launches – 4Humanities

save the words

save the words

Check out Oxford’s Save the Words – an intriguing and visually striking project. While I’m hopeful the endeavor will be successful, I’m more than a little skeptical about the probability of PDE speakers adopting words such as veteratorian ‘subtle’, pugnastics ‘displays of boxing abilities’, agonyclyte […]

not sure what happened to October…

not sure what happened to October…

But the month flew by, and, already, November promises to maintain a similar pace.  I’ve been – and will continue to be – more than a little busy with teaching, writing grant proposals, and reviewing grant proposals. Contenders for the time thief meddling in my […]