Git & GitHub related Notes

When I first attended the digital humanities summer institute in 2018, I noticed that many people put a half-cat/half-octopus sticker on their laptops. I didn’t think too much about it since I was constantly overwhelmed by all the new terms, conversations,...

Titi Kou: Happy to be back

My name is Tianyi (Titi) Kou and I am a third-year PhD student in German Studies. My research focuses primarily on the ways in which the sociological phenomenon of football influences national and regional identities in Germany. As one of the returned fellows, I am...

Launching the project

At the end of Spring Semester 2019, I have finally finished my first website project “Multiculturalism in German Football World” with the full support from the Cultural Heritage Informatics (CHI) Fellowship. As a beginner in the field of digital humanities, I have...

Project update

As a second-year PhD student, I have been trying to balance myself between three roles: a student, a teaching assistant, and a researcher. Frankly speaking, it has not been easy for me. Attending courses and teaching everyday have taken the majority of my time....

Kicking off the project

With the new semester kicking off, I am shifting my focus from practicing various digital tools and enhancing technical skills, to working on my own research project, depicting immigrant players on the German national football team since 1990. As I mentioned in my...