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Monthly Archives: March 2012
I am very proud of our little group of budding Digital Humanists. I am not too sure if you all realize how far you have gone and what you know, at this point. I am presently at a DH “That … Continue reading →
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I had a lot of questions after reading the following sentence from the MLA website, “Guidelines for Evaluating Work with Digital Media in the Modern Languages”: “Institutions and, when appropriate, departments should develop their own written guidelines so that faculty members engaged … Continue reading →
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While most of the suggestions in our readings for this week on how to evaluate digital work are eminently practical, there are a couple suggestions that I did question, particularly in the current economic situation. I am not questioning their usefulness, as … Continue reading →
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After reading Martin Foys’ Virtually Anglo-Saxon and then listening to his lecture, I have done a lot of reflecting on our discussions on remediation. In particular, Foy’s discussion of digital media as a new form of media, similar to the advent of … Continue reading →
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I found Foy’s discussion of the mediating and remediating effect of print. Two quotes in prticular struck me. First: “The brief historical and critical survey of the effect of print on Anglo-Saxon writing presented above extends Mitchell’s question and ponders … Continue reading →
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