Response to “A Political History of Digital Humanities”
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Response to “A Political History of Digital Humanities”

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May 3, 2016

A recent article in the LA Review of Books, Neoliberal Tools (and Archives): A Political History of Digital Humanities (Daniel Allington, Sarah Brouillette, and David Golumbia), is in heavy rotation on the social media playlist just now. I seldom write sustained responses to online work, but this piece inspired me to seize the rhetorical moment. […]

Day of DH 2016
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Day of DH 2016

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Apr 29, 2016

Earlier this month, I had the pleasure of facilitating a Day of DH blog for the Ryerson CDH. The Day of DH is both an annual event and a publication project. This CenterNet initiative connects hundreds of scholars who coordinate, one day a year, over blogs, forums, and social media platforms to showcase their unique […]

On “Influencing”: Notes toward a post
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On “Influencing”: Notes toward a post

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Mar 7, 2016

As a PhD in training, should I be trying to become an influencer? My thoughts on this matter germinated in 2012. I’d just completed English 507: Digital Literary Studies with Jentery Sayers at the University of Victoria and attended the Digital Humanities Summer Institute for the first time. I joined Twitter so that I could […]