Tag: Digital Humanities

Neu: Workbook Digitalisierung

Mareike , April 5th, 2021


Endlich lieferbar: Brotgelehrte Workbook 3: Schwerpunkt Digitalisierung und Laufbahnplanung für Geisteswissenschaftler*innen Wir freuen uns sehr, dass das neue Workbook nun erschienen ist. &#8…


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Digitale Kompetenzen als Geisteswissenschaftler*in, Teil 1/3

Anna Lemke , November 26th, 2020


Aus dem Workshop gefragt: „Sollte ich besser zusätzlich einen BA in Informatik machen?“ Zunächst zwei vielleicht entlastende Befunde: Die digitale Bildung findet aktuell überwiegend im Rahmen v…


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Jetzt Digital Humanities studieren?

Mareike , September 15th, 2020


Im Workshop fragte eine Studentin: “Sollte ich für bessere Berufsaussichten Digital Humanities studieren?“ Ich deute diese Frage als Orientierungssuche: Gerade geht viel Richtung digit…


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Call for papers: SACRED GEOGRAPHY: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES IN SPACE AND TIME, Nazarbayev University

info@centraleurasia.org , November 22nd, 2019


SACRED GEOGRAPHY: MULTI-DISCIPLINARY APPROACHES IN SPACE AND TIME International Conference Nazarbayev University, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan September 24th to 26th, 2020 This conference aims to bring toge…


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The ordeal simulation hypothesis

Alberto Acerbi , June 6th, 2019


You have probably heard the adagio that “man bites dog”, and not “dog bites man”, makes for a good piece of news: unusual, exceptional, events are better stories…


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An Interview with Jessica Richardson Smith, Museum Anthropologist and Research Services Librarian at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C.

Jason Baird Jackson , November 14th, 2016


Jessica Richardson Smith is the Research Services Librarian at the Historical Society of Washington, D.C. She pursued three majors—Anthropology, Latin and Greek, and Geology for her Indiana University…


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Reflections on The Mind is a Collection

Jason Baird Jackson , September 23rd, 2016


On September 22, 2016 Indiana University’s Center for Eighteenth Century Studies held the 2016 Kenshur Prize celebration at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures. The museum was an…


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The Digital Future of Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences

Jason Baird Jackson , February 21st, 2016


What follows is an open letter of invitation written by Mike Fortun in connection with an upcoming meeting of the Digital Practices in History and Ethnography Interest Group…


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