… Technoscience is a term I’ve used occasionally on this site, particularly in reference to the kinds of knowledge represented in tech trees, though without delving too deeply into its implications. As noted in the preceding article, the model of science and technology as two complementary and inexorably linked pieces of the military-industrial complex does…

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Imagine being suddenly told that you cannot research online when writing history. No electronic journals, no ebooks, no Internet Archive, no Wikipedia, no search engines. You will instead be forced to rely exclusively on available print copies of books and journals, on microfilm, and, most important of all, on archives scattered across the country and…

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Don’t despair, create! (Or despair, and create!) Many of us are turning to creative outlets to keep the stresses of a global pandemic at bay. a thousand little fires is a space to share and see what we create while reconciling with self-isolation. One new creation each day. If you’ve been knitting, making music, baking…

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This week, we’ve gathered another selection of posts on digital humanities during a pandemic, covering topics from museums to transcription to prison education. You can find last week’s roundup here. Working Together to Transcribe Ancient Documents During COVID-19 Sarah Emily Bond As the pandemic known as COVID-19 grips the globe, thousands of instructors in the United…

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