Browse by Subject "Digital Humanities"
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(2015-01-21)Herbert Block—better known by his nom de plume "Herblock"—was one of the most prominent voices of liberalism in the postwar era. In his role as political cartoonist for the Washington Post, which he held from 1946 until ...
(2013-08)The W3C Open Annotation Community Group has published an RDF-based data model and ontology for describing annotations of digital resources. This model is designed to facilitate the implementation of interoperable annotation ...
(iSchools, 2013-02)Placing the Walls is a digital project that analyzes the ‘mural environment’ of the Estrada Courts Public Housing in Boyle Heights, East Los Angeles, the site of more than sixty wall paintings organized by the community ...
(2016-04-22)"Reading the Middle: US Women Novelists and Print Culture, 1930-1960" is about feminist protest as a core value of the American bourgeoisie, bringing gender studies, digital humanities, and American literature and print ...
(2014-05-30)The rapid pace of software’s development poses serious challenges for any cultural history of computing. While digital media studies often sidestep historicism, this project asserts that computing’s messy, and often hidden, ...