As a historian, most of my work – reading, writing, revising – is conducted alone. Feedback especially takes long periods of time and varies between professors and colleagues. Papers often go through conferences, editing, and rejection before you can claim you have completed a piece of work. On the other hand, Digital Humanities allows you to work with nearly instance feedback, providing cruel, unforgiving critiques.
- Digital Rhetorical Heritage
- Vision, Fellowship, & Planning
- Cultural Heritage Management vs. the Business School
- What are Digital Humanities? Let’s discuss revolution, evolution, and rhetoric.
- A few weeks of lecture and a look at the Survey of London’s “Histories of Whitechapel” map
- Micayla Spiros | Returning CHI Fellow 2021-2022
- Let Me Reintroduce Myself
- Hello, CHI community!
- Hello, CHI!
- Hello CHI