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Class on Fieldwork in Digital Humanities

Advanced Topics in Research Methods, Methodologies, and Design: Field Study In Humanities Work PhD seminar Spring 2015 School of Information, University of Texas at Austin PDF In 2009, Christine Borgman asked “Where are the social studies of digital humanities?” More … Continue reading

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HiPSTAS Meeting Agenda Announced

I’m very excited to announce the May 2014 HiPSTAS meeting program with a wonderful program of scholars speaking about using machine learning and visualization for the access and analysis of sound collections in the humanities.

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SXSW2013

At SXSW, I’ll be talking about HiPSTAS.

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Announcing High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship (HiPSTAS)

In August 2010, the Council on Library and Information Resources and the Library of Congress issued a report titled The State of Recorded Sound Preservation in the United States: A National Legacy at Risk in the Digital Age. This report … Continue reading

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Joint Degrees in Library and Information Science and English, History, and Arts

In the fields of Library Science and Information Studies, there is a tradition of teaching students about the History of the Book (about the production and legacy of the book as a physical artifact) and about work in Archives and … Continue reading

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I am a woman and I am a mother and I do DH

Day of DH 2012 warrants an introduction to my new blog at tanyaclement.org. Hello (again) world. And I want to introduce this new blog with a post about why I don’t blog and why I don’t tweet and what that … Continue reading

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Sounding Stein’s Texts by Using Digital Tools for Distant Listening

[this is the MLA2012 talk I gave as part of the Gertrude Stein and Music panel arranged by the Lyrica Society for Word-Music Relations and the Association for the Study of Dada and Surrealism. Presiding: Jeff Dailey, Five Towns Coll.] … Continue reading

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Day of Digital Archives

I’m at MSA 2011 in Buffalo and participated in a great seminar today on Modernist Soundscapes. The sound resources that many of the participants mentioned were PennSound

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Beauty

In the second week of our class HDCC106, the students were reminded that their final project is both about process and creativity, about content and function, about beauty and ideas and all of the things that means when you are … Continue reading

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Google books are dirty

Today is the first of a series of post I am anticipating writing as I work through the first semester of HDCC106, the second part of a two-semester class titled “Introduction to Digital Cultures and Creativity.” As I have mentioned … Continue reading

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