DTC 560 Blog 2/12

Here is my Term End Presentation from class, embedded with Sway. Reflections on feedback and future plans after the jump! 🙂 Following the presentation, I got a few responses to feedback. Most notably, Dr. Christen suggested that what I see as my overarching research question much of my work, “what happens when you believe in … More DTC 560 Blog 2/12

DTC 560 Blog 2/5

Now that we are wrapping up the first section of the course and you have had a chance to get your hands into Scalar, in this blog post reflect on the affordances of the Scalar platform that will enable you to create a project that reflects some of the theories, methods and practices of DH … More DTC 560 Blog 2/5

DTC 560 Blog 2/2

As humanists seem to be aware, our world is shifting toward the visual just as surely as it is everting the virtual; while critical visual literacies must be given more attention in education, colloquial and functional visual understandings of common interface patterns guide even young children through much of what they experience as the world … More DTC 560 Blog 2/2

DTC 560 Blog 1/26

MOBILE FIGURES is primarily a kind of interactive experiment. In working to represent “contradictory figurations” of Irish people in the midst of famine, it also seeks to upend, to disrupt, and to reimagine the ways in which we interact with and value scholarship. To that end, it claims to eschew linear organization in favor of … More DTC 560 Blog 1/26

DTC 560 Blog 1/23

For this post, I’ll be looking at the Slave Societies Digital Archive (SSDA). The Slave Societies Digital Archive (formerly known as Ecclesiastical and Secular Sources for Slave Societies) is dedicated to identifying, cataloguing, and digitally preserving endangered archival materials documenting the history of Africans and Afro-descended peoples in the Iberian colonies. Slave Societies is directed … More DTC 560 Blog 1/23