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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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DH Read: “What do we do about archival violence?”

As a student of Native American history, I am well aware of the ways that the quantification of people, especially by the state, has been used to treat humans like objects, to strip them of humanity. This history is at the root of my discomfort with and skepticism of how digital/computational methods are sometimes used. It was interesting, then, to…

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DH Read: “CFP: Global Debates in the Digital Humanities”

Domenico Fiormonte, Sukanta Chaudhuri, and Paola Ricaurte have put out a call for proposals for contributions to Global Debates in the Digital Humanities, a collection of essays that will be part of the Debates in the Digital Humanities Series. I look forward to the published collection, but until then, the CFP itself makes for an interesting and informative read that suggests the…

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