Category Archives: Digital Humanities
Techy Shakespeare fans can now read Shakespeare texts online and create apps and other digital projects with code from those texts. The freely available Folger Digital Texts are digitized and coded versions of Folger Shakespeare Library editions.
It’s time to apply for the ARTstor Travel Awards: While the digital age is opening up new ways of using images of the world’s cultural heritage in teaching and scholarship, there is no substitute for engaging with original works and … Continue reading
Missed this article in December: Counting on Google Books Geoffrey Nunberg The Chronicle Review December 16, 2010 Humanities scholars may someday count as a watershed the paper that appeared on Wednesday in Science, titled “Quantitative Analysis of Culture Using Millions … Continue reading
[or My First Ramblings of the New Year] Roger Ebert posted this video of Christopher Walken’s reading of “The Raven” as a reward for helping him with a test on the reach of Facebook. This and today’s “CBS Sunday Morning” … Continue reading