Editors' Choice: That GIS Button

By: admin

Have you noticed the GIS button on our main page? It will lead you to gis.periegesis.org – our very own ArcGIS Hub Site. “An ArcGIS what?” or “a what Hub Site?”, I can almost hear some of you say! Let me clarify… Read full post here.

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Editors' Choice: Putting Three Meals on the Table

By: Rohan Jhunja

Visualizing Indian curries and sabzis to help your family cook healthier. At Gramener, we each took up a personal data challenge over the month of December. Since my family at home had been fighting over how to share efforts in the kitchen, I chose to track the food we cooked at home across three meals…

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Who Will Shape the Future of Data Visualizations?

By: Rebeca Pop

I’ll start off with a confession — when I was a kid, I had no idea what data visualization was. Or, should I be totally frank? Growing up, I didn’t even know the meaning of “data.” It wasn’t until my early teens that I started understanding the meaning and value of “data.” After that, it…

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Editors' Choice: Accountability and Reconciliation, Higher Ed’s Fraught History of Slavery 

By: Sindy Lopez

The aftermath of the murders of Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and others has led many colleges and universities to consider how the legacies of slavery and systemic racism have shaped and impacted their institutions. As more institutions consider the lasting effects of slavery, there are lessons and strategies that could be learned from institutions that…

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DHNow is on Winter Break!

Digital Humanities Now will be on break until the end of January 2021. The DHNow staff would like to thank our readers and contributors for another great semester. To our editors-at-large, thank you for dedicating your time and knowledge. Your participation makes DHNow possible. This semester’s editors-at-large included: Emily Esten, Je-an Cedric Cruz, Kate Lu Sedor, Skye Margiotta, Nikoleta…

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