Graduate Fellows Forum: Lydia Rodríguez The Time Has Come: Ethnography, Gesture Research, and Digital Technology Lydia Rodríguez PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology Scholars’ Lab Fellow Respondent Dr. Eve Danziger Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology University of Virginia Summary: In Western societies, time is usually perceived as a linear progression of events, but not all cultures…. More.
Graduate Fellows Forum: David Flaherty Mapping the British Vision of Empire in 1731 David Flaherty PhD Candidate, Corcoran Department of History Scholars’ Lab Fellow 2012-2013 Respondent: Dr. S. Max Edelson Associate Professor, Corcoran Department of History University of Virginia Summary: The British Board of Trade, a bureaucratic body responsible for overseeing the 18th-century Atlantic colonies,…. More.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Alan Liu 4Humanities: Values, Strategies, Technologies for Humanities Advocacy in the Digital Age In April, Dr. Alan Liu, Professor in the Department of English at the University of California, Santa Barbara, spoke about ways in which the skills and resources of the DH community can help advocate for the humanities. …. More.
Digital Humanities Speaker Series: Alan Liu & Rama Hoetlein The History of Thought as Networked Community: The RoSE Prototype In March, Dr. Alan Liu, Professor in the Department of English at University of California, Santa Barbara, and Rama Hoetzlein, Project Scientist, spoke about their work developing the RoSE Prototype. Summary: What if bibliographies of past…. More.
Graduate Fellows Forum: Joanna Swafford Victorian Songs and Digital Tools: Facilitating Sound Studies Scholarship Joanna Swafford PhD Candidate, Department of English Scholars’ Lab Fellow 2012-2013 Respondent Dr. Herbert Tucker John C. Coleman Professor of English University of Virginia Summary: Although sound studies and interdisciplinary music and poetry scholarship have increased over the last decade, scholars…. More.
Digital Humanities Speaker Series: Walter Scheidel Redrawing the Map of the Roman World In March, Dr. Walter Scheidel, Dickason Professor in the Humanities, Professor of Classics and History, and Chair of the Department of Classics at Stanford University, spoke about ORBIS, a tool developed at Standord that models the geospatial network of the Roman world.…. More.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Shawn Graham Practical Necromancy: Simulation and Agent Based Modeling in the Humanities In March, Dr. Shawn Graham, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of History at Carleton University, spoke about using agent based simulations to understand aspects of Greco-Roman antiquity. Summary: Raising the dead presents certain difficulties, but…. More.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Andrew Stauffer & Dana Wheeles Using Juxta Commons in the Classroom In February, Andrew Stauffer, Professor of English and Director of NINES, and Juxta Project Administrator Dana Wheeles spoke about using the newly released Juxta Commons in the classroom. Because the presentation was a show-and-tell, Dana has been kind enough to…. More.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Gretchen Gueguen Do Digital Archivists Dream of Electronic Records? Born Digital Collections in the Small Special Collections Library In February, Gretchen Gueguen, Digital Archivist in UVa Library’s Digital Curation Services unit spoke about the challenges to fundamental principles of the archival practice by electronic communication.. Summary: The information age has ushered…. More.
Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series: Bethany Nowviskie & David McClure Plot Your Course in Space and Time: A Look at Scholars’ Lab’s Neatline In January, Bethany Nowviskie, Director of Digital Research & Scholarship at UVa Library, and David McClure, Web Applications Specialist in the Scholars’ Lab spoke about Neatline. Summary: What do you get when you…. More.
- Digital Humanities
- Experimental Humanities
- Geospatial and Temporal
- Grad Student Research
- Research and Development
- Visualization and Data Mining
- Reflections on Project Management II: Know your Team
- Reflections on Project Management I
- MLA14 Roundtable on the Praxis Network: Rethinking Humanities Education, Together and In Public
- Announcing Neatline 2.0-alpha2!
- Neatline Time 1.1.3 Release
- Graduate Fellows Forum: Lydia Rodríguez
- Testing asynchronous background processes in Omeka
- Neatline 1.1.3 Maintenance Release
- Interactive CSS in Neatline 2.0
- Arduino Rainbow Hack