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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DH Read: “Digital Humanities as Resistance”

Like my own post on a theme that I’d been tracking all year in DHNow, the other first-year DH Fellow, Jessica Dauterive, wrote a post on activism and digital humanities. She’s compiled a number of useful posts on the subject and makes an important argument about the impact the election has had on digital humanities as a field. From the post:…

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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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