The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted a range of reflections and resources related to digital humanities, especially on digital pedagogy, labor, data visualization, and online collections. We have collected some of them here, and we hope it serves as a useful resource for our readers. Reflections The Stakes of Multilingual DH in the United States Quinn…

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Digital Humanities Now is taking the week off for spring break. All posts nominated this week will be included for consideration when we return next week. Keep nominating!

Over 100 years since the Dawes Act land grabs, theft of Indigenous resources continues through misappropriated identity. Non-Natives frequently dismiss these “family myths” as harmless, claiming they do not affect Natives in any material way. I wanted to see the data. Content Note: This post contains references to anti-Indigenous slurs & other racism. Background On…

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Where We All Ended Up by Lee Skallerup Bessette I don’t know if I can say what impact THATCamp had on (checks notes) Comparative Literature, but I do know, personally, what impact it had on my teaching and my career. A decade ago, I was a contingent faculty member in the middle of nowhere. I…

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Knowledge activism vs passive consumption – rethinking Wikipedia in education Kindness on the Internet has been much in the news of late and this quote from novelist Henry James stood out to me: Three things in human life are important: the first is to be kind; the second is to be kind; and the third…

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I say ‘problem’, of course I mean problems. Lots of them. (And not just in the cultural sector either.) So it’s interesting that last week saw the launch of number of initiatives that might just help improve digital skills and literacy within the UK cultural sector. (In case you missed it, the UK Museums Computer…

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El Diario de la Gente was an independent newspaper primarily published for and by Chicanx students at the University of Colorado Boulder between 1972 and 1983. Through 62 issues, the newspaper represents the extraordinary yet complicated history of the Chicanx Rights Movement in Boulder, the state of Colorado, and the world. The authors and editors…

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