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Released January 3rd 2013, the open-access edition of Debates in the Digital Humanities. Edited by Matthew K. Gold, who writes in his introduction “The Digital Humanities Moment” “At stake in the rise of the digital humanities is not only the viability … Continue reading
One of the most compelling projects out there, active since 2010, focusing on the early modern period: republicofletters.stanford.edu “Mapping the Republic of Letters is a collaborative, interdisciplinary, and international project in the digital humanities, centered at Stanford University. Since 2008, … Continue reading
Edited by Brett D. Hirsch. Full resource available here.
Authors: Peter Lunenfeld / Anne Burdick / Johanna Drucker / Todd Presner / Jeffrey Schnapp. Free download here.
ImagePlot allows you to explore image and video collections of any size by creating visualizations which show images in a collection – or keyframes in a video – sorted in different ways. Both metadata and visual properties of images – … Continue reading
Under the heading Mellon Research Initiative: Digital Art History, the Institute of Fine Arts has made available recordings from their Digital Art history conference that took took place November 30 – December 1, 2012. Organized by Jim Coddington, Chief Conservator at the Museum of Modern Art, as part of … Continue reading
Conference organizers and Smarthistory founders Beth Harris and Steven Zucker ask “Is the discipline of art history (together with museums and libraries) squandering the digital revolution?” Read full article here
Digital Humanities Now editors highlight recent posts by Lev Manovich, Elijah Meeks, Michael Simeone, and Jason Mittell. “I don’t know if my arguments will help us when we are criticized by people who keep insisting on a wrong chain of substitutions: … Continue reading
“It’s no secret that times are tough for scholars in the humanities. Jobs are scarce, resources are stretched, and institutions of tertiary education are facing untold challenges. Those of us fortunate enough to hold tenured positions at financially stable colleges … Continue reading
From a report sponsored by the Kress Foundation in partnership with the Roy Rosenweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University, by Diane Zorich. Many factors account for the current marginal status of digital art history. Among the … Continue reading