Digital Humanities
35 articles
Notes Toward a Values-Driven Framework for Digital Humanities Pedagogy
Digital Humanities
There was a definite buzz in the room on an otherwise ordinary Friday morning. Faculty, administrators, librarians, and educational technologists had gathered to hear future plans for our university’s classrooms. A communication
Whither the Digital Humanities?
Digital Humanities
The Digital Humanities (DH) can be viewed in two ways: as emerging and as emergent. Emerging: Over the last two decades, as it grew from humanities computing into digital humanities, it spawned a
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Open Letters
Critical Pedagogy
In the interests of transparency, the following is a letter sent by e-mail to the editorial staff of Hybrid Pedagogy. We’re sharing this, and another letter below, with our community. On
Interactive Criticism and the Embodied Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities
“The tenacity of / writing’s thickness, like the body’s / flesh, is / ineradicable, yet mortal” (87). ~ Charles Bernstein, “Artifice of Absorption” Critical analysis is visceral. When I write it, the tips of my
Situating Makerspaces in Schools
Digital Humanities
America’s obsession with STEM is dangerous, Fareed Zakaria warns us, and our hunch is that most readers of Hybrid Pedagogy would tend to agree. We, Colin and Josh, certainly do. But the
Can You Murder a Novel? Part 4: Realism and Closure in the Mystery Novel
After including the Generative Literature Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a generative, digital novel. For the following
Can You Murder a Novel, Part 3
After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a generative, digital novel. For the following semester
Can You Murder a Novel? Part 2
After including the GenLit Project in my Experimental Writing course during the Fall 2014 semester, three senior undergraduates remained mesmerized by the perceived novelty of a generative, digital novel. For the following semester
The Course Hath No Bottom: the 20,000-Person Seminar
MOOC
A few years ago, Sean Michael Morris and I wrote, “Meaningful relationships are as important in a class of three as they are in a class of 10,000.” In the rest of
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A Letter to the Humanities: DH Will Not Save You
Digital Humanities
Adeline Koh will be teaching the Identity track for Digital Pedagogy Lab in August 2015. To find out more about her track and to enroll, visit Digital Pedagogy Lab’s main page. I
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Ecstatic Necessariness: Turmoil as Process in Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities
For the last three years while I’ve worked with Hybrid Pedagogy, I have been flip about Digital Humanities as a field, a practice, or a pursuit. I have largely dismissed the work
Spect-ops at Harvard: How a World-leading University Reacts to Techno-centrism
Digital culture
“Screens so hi-def you might as well be there, cost effective videophonic conferencing, internal Froxx CD-ROM, electronic couture, all-in-one consoles (…) Half of all metro Bostonians now work from home via some digital link.
The World as Classroom: Calling All Scholars
Critical Digital Pedagogy CFP
Like many people across the world this spring, I sat and watched Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. As a non-scientist, I was not only awestruck by what I learned, I was heartened by this
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Risk, Reward, and Digital Writing
Digital culture
Autocorrect is tyranny. It is interruption of thought, of speech, of creation, a condition for — and sometimes a prohibition against — my voice being heard. When I type “phone-less” and autocorrect changes
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