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@LeBarondeVastey and Tweeting Black Atlantic Humanism, A Conversation with Marlene L. Daut

Jan. 21, 2019—For those on academic Twitter, the platform has become a fruitful place to hash out new research ideas, communicate with colleagues, and share new work in our respective fields. For scholars of Haiti, there have been running threads and conversations over the years like the #Haitisyllabus (which mirrored pioneering Twitter syllabi like the #FergusonSyllabus and...

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Becoming a (Digital) Publisher and Encoding Haitian Opera with TEI

Oct. 29, 2018—By Nathan H. Dize TEI (Text Coding Initiative) encoding is a widely used platform by digital technologists, librarians, and academics to create digital editions of written works. The benefits of such an initiative are clear for many reasons. Creators of TEI-powered digital editions can establish open-access resources that circumvent costly print markets for critical editions...

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