Bit by Bit

For this blog post, I’d like to share a book I recently read. The book is called Bit by Bit: Social Research in the Digital Age, written by Matthew Salganik. It discusses new opportunities, challenges, and common pitfalls of using large scale digital data for social...

Digital Rhetorical Heritage

The early weeks of this fellowship have been devoted to foundations, primarily through establishing a shared understanding of digital cultural heritage, before we begin the more technical aspects of the year. As a result, I’ve been thinking more thoroughly about what...

Let Me Reintroduce Myself

It is an honor and a privilege to once again be among such a multitalented and interdisciplinary group of scholars.My name is Sandy Burnley and I am an ABD PhD candidate currently on the job market. My areas of specialization include nineteenth-century British...

Hello, CHI community!

My name is Katherine Knowles, and I am a member of the CHI Fellows cohort for the 2021-2022 academic year. I am a third year PhD student in the English department here at MSU, and I am also pursuing the Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate. Previously, I have...

Hello, CHI!

Hello, CHI!My name is Vee Lawson, an incoming CHI Fellow for 2021-22 and a third-year PhD student in Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures. I previously earned my MA in English from the University of Arkansas with a concentration in Gender and Sexuality Studies....