If you’re like me, over the past few years, your Twitter feed has periodically been briefly taken over by reactions—often angry, bewildered, or both—to the long-running series of lawsuits between Google and organizations representing authors and publishers.
Today’s guest blogger is Seth Kotch, Digital Projects Director at the Southern Oral History Program.
In the spirit of the Chronicle’s Adjunct Project, a new crowdsourced project to track graduate stipends called GradPay was recently launched by Joshua Carp, a doctoral student in psychology at University of Michigan.
Today’s What We’re Reading features a new “report card” on the humanities, a helpful guide of digital humanities projects for early digital humanists, historian Jill Lepore on the limitation on the 21st-century culture of letters, and much more!
With the recent proliferation of the digital humanities (DH) in and outside the academy, we thought it might be useful to draw attention to the kinds of projects historians are developing. The National Endowment of the Humanities Office of Digital