From 2014-2016, RIT student Ben Eshleman conducted archival research and oral history interviews to document the history of the transgender community in Rochester, New York. With his faculty advisor, Dr.
Digital Humanities and Social Sciences is a dynamic and interdisciplinary field of research dedicated to furthering the possibilities of computing for humanities and social sciences subjects including anthropology, art, communication, history, literature, linguistics, philosophy, and political science, among others.
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The New Media Writing Prize is looking for submissions. Deadline 11/24. Student prize deadline 12/5. https://t.co/KqupWs2kTv
DHSS: If you haven't already, check out Light&Sound, less than a month away and lots of RIT involvement https://t.co/DaNVvH5zqX
Job requiring undergrad DH degree at U Waterloo, Project Manager for Archives Unleashed https://t.co/S3GC3B0zre. Check it out!
Interesting research on optical character recognition for historical/multilingual documents. Take part: https://t.co/5TCIiqpZFr.
Special issue of the Black Scholar on the convergence of black studies and the digital humanities: https://t.co/ExqeaOk35A
DHSS students Mitchell Cartner and Christine McCullough presenting their research at the Undergraduate Symposium on… https://t.co/iyE6ryFsJG
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New book for free download: introduction to "the mathematics that digital humanists are likely to encounter” https://t.co/xAULeAfOCJ
Check out Enslen’s cool DH data visualization of Dias’ “Canção do Exílio,” one of the most popular poems of all time https://t.co/ghLNaR8USH
What are required readings in the field? What should every DHSSer know? One's you've taught or read, or wish read. Let us know!