Today’s What We’re Reading features remembrances of Pauline Maier, the discourse of labor in the digital humanities, CC0 licensing, shadow sculptures, and much more!
Keyword searching and advanced text mining techniques have transformed the way many historians discover and use textual primary sources.
In Today’s What We’re Reading we feature readings (and video) related to the 150th anniversary of the Gettysburg Address, a look at how some past presidents may have fared in today’s social media environment, a discussion of adjuncts as teachers, and much more!
The Buddha Vairochana is an impressive, monument-sized limestone figure that looms over gallery space in the Freer and Sackler Galleries at the Smithsonian.
We are very excited to announce that the AHA annual meeting will again play host to THATCamp on Sunday, January 5.
The digitization of historians’ source materials takes center stage in Perspectives on History this month, with “Material Culture in the Digital Frame: A Forum” and “The Digitization and Democratization of Oral History” in our State of the Field section.
In an effort to highlight the diverse range of scholarship at the upcoming annual meeting, we’re highlighting different sessions here on the blog each week.
Today’s What We’re Reading features Shutdown 2013, a new digital database dedicated to Albert Einstein’s writings, a history of Twitter, librarian shaming, and much more!