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- Around the World Symposium on Technology and CultureStarts: 12:00 amEnds: May 31, 2013 - 12:00 amLocation: http://aroundtheworld.ualberta.ca/?page_id=22Description: "Join us for a 24 hour online symposium on digital culture. Scholars from around the world will be presenting short papers and engaging in live panel discussions in an innovative online event that travels from institute to institute around the world.
This sustainable Symposium is being hosted by the Kule Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Alberta in partnership with research institutes in Japan, Brazil, Australia, the UK, Ireland and the United States."
Author Archives: Carol Chiodo
“The most difficult thing about collecting is discarding.” – Albert Köster The photo above was taken outside Sterling Memorial Library at Yale University. Those long rectangular drawers you see are what’s left of of that pre-digital archive known as the … Continue reading
Jen Howard has a review in the Times Literary Supplement on Matthew Gold’s edited volume, Debates in the Digital Humanities. Gold is an assistant professor of English at New York City College of Technology, an advisor to the Provost for … Continue reading
It’s day 1 of the ModLab Workshop at Yale with Dean Irvine, Matt Huculak, Kirsta Stapelfeldt, and Alan Stanley. We have great group of participants from across the disciplines – from anthropology to East Asian studies and from English to … Continue reading
It might seem anachronistic to call on the work of an eighteenth century philosopher to elucidate some of the issues at play in the debates swirling around the digital humanities, but Giambattista Vico has been on my mind lately as … Continue reading
Debates and the digital humanities There has been a flurry of debates recently surrounding the digital humanities, sparked in part by the publication of Matthew Gold’s volume, Debates in the Digital Humanities, and Stanley Fish’s extended responses in the New … Continue reading