In our last class we discussed MOOCs and some of the possible future directions they might take. I bumped into a blurb in Inside Higher Ed about the Bill and […]
Seeking a definition for digital humanities seems much like the search to define other modern academic concepts, such as “postmodernism.” While we can see multiple iterations of such concepts in […]
GoodReader, available for both iPad and iPhone ($5), allows users to open and edit images, documents, PDF files on their iOS device. (I installed and tested the app on my […]
Hello all – below is a very preliminary attempt at creating a definition of digital humanities. A few points I’d like to make before positing a definition: First, I’ve approached […]
After reading about digital humanities from such texts as The Queer Art of Failure, Debates in the Digital Humanities, and Matt Gold’s “Digital Humanities”, I can now propose a definition […]
Throughout the selection of readings for this week I noticed one constant theme: it seems impossible to arrive at a consensus on a definition of the Digital Humanities. I think […]
Given that I’m still mapping the terrain of DH—a task I may not achieve given its shifting topography—it would be premature for me to propose my own definition. Whatever contribution […]
Welcome to the public course site for Debates in the Digital Humanities: Towards a Networked Academy, offered at the CUNY Graduate Center in the Fall 2012.