We’re very excited to announce that many of our IDHMC affiliated faculty, staff, and graduate students are presenting work at this year’s Digital Humanities 2014 conference in Lausanne, Switzerland. If you’ll be attending the conference, we hope you’ll support our TAMU and IDHMC work by visiting the below presentations and posters by our [...]Continue Reading →
The IDHMC is pleased to announce that our IDHMC/ARC Postdoctoral Researcher, Dr. Timothy Duguid, has recently been awarded the Douglas Murray Prize for his article, “The ‘Troubles’ at Frankfurt: A New Chronology,” which appeared in Reformation & Renaissance Review 14.3. Tim is also the author of a book, Metrical Psalmody in Print and [...]Continue Reading →
Dr. Todd Samuelson, our eMOP book history consultant, recently completed his eMOP research trip to Amsterdam, Antwerp, and London. After intensive discussion and preparation with the eMOP team, he travelled to Europe in November 2013 to hunt for information and pictures of early modern specimen sheets. Specimen sheets, or type specimens, were circulated in the [...]Continue Reading →
The Early Modern OCR Project (eMOP) has submitted their interim report to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and we now have permission to post sections of that report online. Prepared by PI and IDHMC Director, Dr. Laura Mandell, and eMOP co-project managers for year two, Matthew Christy and Elizabeth Grumbach, this report details work performed [...]Continue Reading →
Laura demonstrating New Radial this morning:
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The IDHMC is pleased to announce the recipients of Digital Humanities Summer Institute Tuiion Scholarships for 2014:
Laura Perrings (ENGL); Rubria Rocha De Luna (HISP); Robin Roe (HIST); Daniel Schwartz (HIST); Katayoun Torabi (ENGL).
In addition, Heidi Campbell (COMM) and Nigel Lepianka (ENGL) were awarded scholarships from DHSI directly.
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The wonderful Liz Grumbach, project manager for ARC (http://www.ar-c.org),
and I (Laura Mandell) are here at North Carolina State University where we just received a tour of the most amazing new library, the James B. Hunt, Jr. Library: Markus Wust (firstname.lastname@example.org) was our guide as well as big data muse along [...]Continue Reading →