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Tag: digital humanities

  • Dinosaurs eat data, humanists inherit the Earth

    Apparently dinosaurs, data, and the digital is a thing around here, dear readers. If that is not your jam, the helicopter is still running. You can hop off this island right now.  But for the rest of you?  Hop in, buckle up, and welcome to Cassie’s Park.  From “A-ha” to “Aaaaahhhhhhh!” My foray into digital…

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  • How I Met Your MU/TH/UR: Playing with text

    MU/TH/UR Issues Alien is my favorite movie. Ridley Scott’s 1979 masterpiece of cinema hooked me immediately when I first watched it at maybe 10-years-old. The suspense! The action! The badassery! The acid! It had everything a kid could want, and then some. But I came to appreciate it in new ways as both my view-count…

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  • Digital History, medium

    Them’s fightin’ words Want to see academics get into a verbal brawl?  Ask a group of humanists in your most affected naivete Elle Woods voices, “So, like, what is the definition of digital humanities?”. And to really get them going, follow up with: via GIPHY Defining digital humanities, including digital history, is notoriously divisive. So…

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  • Tinker, Tanks, Social Media, Spy

    By Cassie Tanks Spy Dreams My nose hovered above the glass.  I leaned so close that the faintest traces of my breath condensed, gently distorting my view of erstwhile Cold Warrior and leader of the former Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev. I wanted nothing more than to gently shimmy the case and watch the head of…

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