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Category Archives: digital humanities
I was invited to run a workshop at THATCamp Feminisms West at Scripps College in Claremont, California, and thought ‘Data visualisations as gateway to programming’ would be a good way to provide a gentle introduction to ‘computational thinking’ by working … Continue reading
I’ll be presenting ‘New Challenges in Digital History: Sharing Women’s History on Wikipedia’ in the ‘Developments in Digital Women’s History’ strand of the Women’s History in the Digital World conference at The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History … Continue reading
I am proud to share that I was elected to serve on the Executive Council of the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) for the 2013-2016 term, alongside Brian Croxall, Jennifer Guiliano, and Ernesto Priego (2013).
The AHRC-funded Commodity Histories project aims to produce a ‘website that will function as a collaborative space for scholars engaged in commodities-related research’. The project organised a workshop, ‘Designing a collaborative research web space: aims, plans and challenges of the … Continue reading
Workshop abstract: Learning to play like a programmer: web mash-ups and scripting for beginners. Slides (pdf): Play Like A Programmer workshop DH2012 Links for the Digital Humanities pre-conference workshop ‘Learning to play like a programmer: Web mash-ups and scripting for … Continue reading
Half day tutorial for the pre-conference workshops for Digital Humanities 2012: Learning to play like a programmer: web mash-ups and scripting for beginners. Abstract: Have you ever wanted to be able to express your ideas for digital humanities data-based projects … Continue reading
I was invited to review the QRator project at UCL’s Grant Museum of Zoology for the Journal of Digital Humanities Vol. 1, No. 2 Spring 2012: QRator at the Grant Museum of Zoology.
NEH Fellowship for the Polis Center Institute on ‘Spatial Narrative and Deep Maps: Explorations in the Spatial Humanities’
I was awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Fellowship for the Polis Center‘s Institute on ‘‘Spatial Narrative and Deep Maps: Explorations in the Spatial Humanities’. In their words, “this two-week intensive institute brings leading scholars from … Continue reading
I was invited to spend a week in New York as scholar-in-residence at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, a museum of the Smithsonian Institution dedicated to design. At the end of the week I presented my results to staff and … Continue reading
I ran a three and a half hour pre-conference workshop (abstract below) at MCN2011 on Hacking and mash-ups for beginners at MCN2011 – slides below, and I’m happy to share the exercises on request. Have you ever wanted to be … Continue reading