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Digital History: Tools for Research and Teaching
Presentation for the History Barrel (Rice U. graduate students in history), October 19, 2009
“Methodology for the Infinite Archive”: Exploring the Implications of Digital Resources and Tools for Literary Scholarship
Slides from an April 2009 presentation on digital humanities research at item A&M University. Remixes some elements from previous presentations. The title pays tribute to Bill Turkel's blog of the same name.
Visualizing Texts, Modeling History: Possibilities for Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Presentation given for scholars in hemispheric American studies, October 8, 2008
Why I’m Excited (and a Little Worried) about the Digital Humanities
A presentation on digital humanities given for the 2010 Rice Humanities Research Center Undergraduate Lecture Series: Big Questions and Future Directions in the Humanities. October 21, 2010
Doing Digital Scholarship
Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2008 (Oulu, Finland). Focuses on a project to practice digital scholarship by relying on electronic resources, experimenting with tools for analyzing and organizing digital information, ...