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Early Modern Digital Agendas Summer Institute at the Folger

  • Posted on: 22 June 2015
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Today, Jonathan Hope introduced us to the tools made by the Visualizing English Print project, beginning with Ubiquity, a tool that allows you to perform word frequency calculations resulting in a csv file as well as to create html pages of your plain-text files that visualize the occurrence of the word. Using Shakespeare's plays, people visualized using pen, paper, clay, tape, and sticks.

[pictures coming soon]

I uploaded 7 ECCO-TCP texts to the tool

DLF Features Feminists and Critical Studies / Race Theory speakers!

  • Posted on: 11 June 2015
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The Digital Library Federation is focusing its conference on speakers who work in the fields of Digital Humanities and libraries, as well as feminism and critical race studies.  Interestingly, they are all women, a major intervention in the all-male-panelists phenomenon that is getting so much press in the news lately.

You can see the lineup of amazing speakers at the DLF sitehttp://www.diglib.org/archives/8808/

Visualization Day 2015

  • Posted on: 16 April 2015
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On April 15, the IDHMC hosted our first Visualization Day, which showcased the work of Texas A&M faculty and researchers. We were pleased to have participants from Archaeology, Digital Humanities, English, Performance Studies, and the Libraries in the event.

IDHMC Announces Formation of Advisory Board

  • Posted on: 21 January 2015
  • By: admin

The IDHMC is pleased to announce the formation of an advisory board to provide feedback, input, and guidance on IDHMC projects, structure, and initiatives.

The following faculty members have agreed to serve on this board: Richard J. Golsan, Bruce Herbert, Craig Kallendorf, Tim McLaughlin, Daniel L. Schwartz, and Nancy Warren.  See IDHMC Advisory Board for brief bios for each of the board members.

Dr. Laura Mandell, "Imminent Demise or Potential Rejuvenation?: The Future of the Scholarly Monograph”

  • Posted on: 17 November 2014
  • By: admin

On November 12, Dr. Laura Mandell, Professor and Director, Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture at Texas A&M University, presented at Texas A&M her talk, “Imminent Demise or Potential Rejuvenation?: The Future of the Scholarly Monograph” originally given as a keynote address at the recent ARL forum Wanted Dead or Alive – The Scholarly Monograph.

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