Do You Teach DH? This Survey Is For You!

Brian Croxall and I are excited to announce the launch of a research study: “Who Teaches When We Teach Digital Humanities?” With this study, we hope to learn more about  the training and preparation of those who teach digital humanities the for-credit and informal teaching that DH teachers do “I teach DH!” you say. “How can I participate in this study??” We’re glad (really glad) you asked. You can participate by taking our short survey.  The survey should…

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Christine Seidel

2. The Widow Christine Eleonore Seidel 2. The Widow Christine Eleonore Seidel. (her Maiden Name was Peistel) She wrote of herself: I am born the 28th of May 1707 at Litowiz in Misonie. Myn Vater has been Carl Fridric Peisteland my Mother Eleonore born of Bradenstein, of the generation Zoeshen by Merseburg. We have been 5 Brethren & SistersChildren, two of them are gone home in their tender Ages, and we three have been brought…

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Romans / Britons Collaborative Narrative Project

Concept: A group of historians, archeologists, and associated researches collaborate to produce a evolving multimodal research-based historical biography. Narrative: use the characters Suetonius Paulinus, Boudica, and several others to develop the complex interlocking narratives of the clash between the invading Romans and the defending Celts in England and Wales during the first century BCE. Medium: online integrated multimodal space (some form of CMS that can incorporate text, maps, images, timelines, video, etc.) Value: Experiment with online research…

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