Digital Humanities Now is on hiatus until January 10, and as we close out another successful year, we want to take some time to reflect on 2016. After eight years of publication, Digital Humanities Now remains a community-curated publication that is driven by a group of dedicated staff members and a community of editors who graciously volunteer…

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Are you viewing an interesting digital humanities project, blog post, conference call, or job posting that you would like to nominate to DHNow? If you’ve been an editor-at-large, you can always use the Nominate This bookmarklet tool! (If you haven’t been an editor-at-large, now’s the time. Sign up here.)  Why Not Email Nominations? We frequently…

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As the spring semester draws to a close, we’re issuing the call for volunteers to help us choose the pieces that we feature on Digital Humanities Now over the summer. Editors-at-Large see all the work and announcements published each week on the more than 400 websites that Digital Humanities Now follows. Volunteering a few hours…

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We’re rolling out the new user registration/Editor-at-Large user management plugin (developed by one of our managing editors, Amanda Regan) this week. This post will serve as an introduction to its new features, and a brief instruction manual for both new users and existing Editors-at-Large. We welcome any feedback you might have after you’ve experienced this new process—our…

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As a warm winter holiday descends on us here at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, we’re once again compelled to take a look back at the year and the accomplishments of Digital Humanities Now. November marked our seventh year of publication and what started as Dan Cohen’s Twitter feed in 2009 has become a…

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As we wrap up Fall 2015 and look to the New Year, we’re issuing another call for volunteers to help us choose the pieces that we feature on Digital Humanities Now. Editors-at-Large can see all the work and announcements published each week on the more than 475 websites that Digital Humanities Now follows. Volunteering a…

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We are proud to unveil a new Digital Humanities Now theme that responds to readers’ requests for a responsive design, improved navigation, and increased transparency of the editorial process. An extension of the PressForward TurnKey Theme, DHNow’s new theme reveals metadata collected by PressForward and offers new ways to make that metadata outwardly visible. We’ve…

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As the new semester gets underway, we’re issuing the call for volunteers to help us choose the pieces that we feature on Digital Humanities Now. Editors-at-Large see all the work and announcements published each week on the more than 400 websites that Digital Humanities Now follows. Volunteering a few hours in a given week provides access…

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As the year draws to a close and as our staff begins its winter recess, this seems like an ideal time to take a brief look back at Digital Humanities Now in 2014. We’ve had a remarkable year thanks to the hard work of a dedicated staff, a motivated and generous community of volunteer editors, and an…

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