DH Reads?

What do I mean by “DH Reads” and how is it different from my blog? In this part of my site, I use RRCHNM’s PressForward plugin to share online content that I find useful, meaningful, or thought-provoking. I am interested in what decolonizing digital humanities would look like, so I plan to focus on conversations around ethics and activism in DH.…

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Suffrage Postcard

DH Read: “The Suffrage Postcard Project: A Replica Archive”

Although the suffragist cat postcard is fantastic, it’s not the only reason this post became an Editors’ Choice piece on Digital Humanities Now. Ana Stevenson draws on Professor Victoria Haskins’ idea of a replica archive. According to Stevenson, “Haskins’ research is concerned with Indigenous domestic servants in Australia and the United States – women whose lives, she rightly notes, are often…

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Summer Roundup: Making Arguments Using Digital History

With my summer as full-time Editor-in-Chief of Digital Humanities Now coming to an end, I thought it would be fitting and useful (at least for myself) to identify some kind of theme for the summer and write up a list of Editors’ Choice pieces that fall into that theme (sort of like I did here for the academic year). I didn’t…

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Using PressForward as a Graduate Student

The ability to discuss and nominate content in PressForward makes it a valuable tool for groups producing collaborative online publications, but PressForward can also come in handy for individuals working on their personal websites. I use the plugin on my own WordPress site (most prominently in a section I call “DH Reads”), so I’m sharing my experiences and giving some…

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