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How About Erasing The Line?

The subject of digital redlining has been a concern of mine since I first learned about the issue during the course of my studies into the digital humanities I did for my first M.A. To me, digital redlining is one

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Posted in Born Digital, Knowledge and Truth

Effectively Finding Digital Humanities Projects

One topic that stood out to me from our first class was how organization and classification systems allow users to effectively find what they are looking for. As collections grow we need ways to find the specific items we would

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Artifex Press and the Digital Catalogue Raisonné

The catalogue raisonné is a staple of the art world. Within galleries and museums, securing proof of provenance is integral in establishing a piece’s authenticity. These publications present a complete, cataloged collection of an artist’s verified output. For established, prolific

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Stanford researchers map fear and happiness in historic London

A group of digital humanities researchers at Stanford has analyzed the text of about 5,000 British novels published between 1700 and 1900 in order to create an emotional map of London based on how geographic locations were described in the

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