Joycean, digital humanist, or infoviz-curious? Help us build info visualizations of James Joyce’s Ulysses for this year’s Bloomsday celebration! (June 16th)
To claim that digital texts offer benefits beyond those of print texts, digital humanists must be able to point to a theory that could potentially be disproven–so how do we empirically assess digital tools for humanities research and teaching?
Feeling like an imposter in the digital humanities is actually more substantiated than in the traditional humanities–and that’s a good thing.
If you don’t mind a cat GIF or five, Reddit can be a great academic resource–a trove of digital design, info vis, topic modeling, and other reading.
I propose to build textual forms to understand them, so I’m coding and designing scholarly tools, interfaces, and games for my doctoral literature dissertation. Read on for an overview of my projects!
Textual intervention is a way of learning about a text by messing with it. No work is too sacred: let’s mess with James Joyce’ Ulysses and see what we learn about character and dialogue!
My private shorthand for building an amazing digital edition? “Make it like the best grad seminar you’ve taken”.