As I’m building my dissertation projects, I need to actively check that what I build not only reflects the values I blog about, but non-verbally demonstrates them. In this post, I’ve listed my intellectual values in one place and tried to identify where in my dissertational projects they will be reified.
Posts By: Amanda Visconti
A quick tutorial on turning a dataset into a fancy-pants Gephi information visualization.
Some new visualizations of character interactions in Ulysses, with thoughts on the online collaboration and visualization processes that produced them.
The Bitcurator Project helps archivists perform digital forensics on born-digital collections. What are digital forensics and digital collections, and why might a humanist scholar care? I also explore some of the risks inherent in an author’s exposure of her digital data to archival forensic analysis.
How does experimental humanities building act as critical argument? What precedents exist for dissertational building to also stand as scholarship that doesn’t require duplication in monograph form?