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"Endangered Archives, Digitization, and the Possible Futures of Historical Research in Latin America”
This presentation introduces the audience to a multi-year collaboration among digital humanists, historians, translators, and local team members in Cuba, Colombia, Brazil, and Florida. Funded by the British Library ...
The Cultural Impact of Content Management Systems: A Topic Modeling Approach
Website development and content creation has transitioned from, in the 1990s, a largely manual process controlled by webmasters or other technical staff to a process that is assisted by content management systems (CMSs) ...
Digital Oral History Collections: Implications for Innovation in the Humanities
This presentation will theorize the implications of digital audiovisual archives for humanities scholarship and pedagogy. The proliferation of digital oral history projects available online means that they comprise an ...
Digitized Diaries and the New Manuscript Archive
As Digital Humanities has taken root across the disciplines, one field has particularly benefited: Diary Studies. In the past, the study of a manuscript diary was determined by access to the archive where the diary was ...
Role of the Digital Humanities in Socio-Environmental Synthesis Research: A View from Environmental History
This paper explores how digital humanities can positively impact large-scale, data-intensive, socio-environemntal synthesis research. Synthesis research focuses on integrating large data sets, ideas, theories, and methods ...