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October 1, 2015: Safe On Campus Training, Department of English 2015 Western Michigan University

October 1, 2015: Safe On Campus Training, Department Of English

Gleanings: Department of English Blog Archive

Learn to be a better advocate and ally to lesbian, bisexual, gay and transgender people. Participants receive information on practical strategies for addressing homophobia, learn ways to support students who are coming out, and gain an understanding of respectful language use.


Chinese Internet Literature: Preserving Born-Digital Literary Content And Fighting Web Piracy, C. David Hickey 2015 University of Florida

Chinese Internet Literature: Preserving Born-Digital Literary Content And Fighting Web Piracy, C. David Hickey

Journal of East Asian Libraries

This paper undertakes to define Chinese internet literature (CIL) and discuss the unique circumstances that make the subject of CIL content preservation so problematic. Copyright infringement and text corruption, in which the text is changed or adapted without author’s permission, are major problems in China. Text corruption mostly results from censorship or web piracy. A recently-developed type of anti-piracy scheme called “literary works fingerprinting” can protect the content of the works themselves, guarding them against plagiarism. If as many of the original CIL documents as possible are consistently archived and digitally fingerprinted, then the born-digital works that remain online ...


Text Mining Och Digitala Författarskap. Förädlade Arkiv Och Semantisk Uppmärkning I De Stora Råtextsamlingarnas Tid, Peter Leonard 2015 Yale University

Text Mining Och Digitala Författarskap. Förädlade Arkiv Och Semantisk Uppmärkning I De Stora Råtextsamlingarnas Tid, Peter Leonard

Peter Leonard

No abstract provided.


September 24, 2015: Cfp: 2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, Department of English 2015 Western Michigan University

September 24, 2015: Cfp: 2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference, Department Of English

Gleanings: Department of English Blog Archive

Call for Papers: 2016 Multidisciplinary Graduate Student Conference


Sharing Authority And Agency: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem,” Part 2 Of 2, Jack Dougherty 2015 Trinity College

Sharing Authority And Agency: A Multilogue Response To Goldenberg’S “Youth Historians In Harlem,” Part 2 Of 2, Jack Dougherty

Education's Histories

Jack Dougherty (Trinity College) provides a multilogue response to Part 2 of Barry M. Goldenberg's Youth Historians in Harlem series.


September 13, 2015: Ellis Series Kick-Off Event: New Discussion Forum, Department of English 2015 Western Michigan University

September 13, 2015: Ellis Series Kick-Off Event: New Discussion Forum, Department Of English

Gleanings: Department of English Blog Archive

The Department of English Anthony Ellis Scholarly Speakers Series featuring The New Discussion Forum


Opening Museums: Strategies For Digital Accessibility, Sasha Renninger 2015 University of Pennsylvania

Opening Museums: Strategies For Digital Accessibility, Sasha Renninger

Sasha F Renninger

No abstract provided.


Engaging Many Minds: Nurturing Collaboration In A Steam Context, Mark Dzula 2015 Teachers College at Columbia University

Engaging Many Minds: Nurturing Collaboration In A Steam Context, Mark Dzula

The STEAM Journal

This field note describes a recent interdisciplinary project facilitated by Jeremy Gercke, an art teacher at the Bishop's School in La Jolla, California. The project creates ceramic tile markers for flora around the Bishop's School campus. The markers feature QR codes linking to websites populated with student content, including: drawings, information, and oral histories. In this project, Mr. Gercke synthesizes his interests as an artist; maximizes his social connections to mentors, peers and students; and bridges disciplines to create opportunities for interdisciplinary (STEAM) inquiry.


Prancing Shadow Connecting Worlds, Tiffany D. Randle 2015 California State University Northridge

Prancing Shadow Connecting Worlds, Tiffany D. Randle

The STEAM Journal

The practice of being conscious about the environment and how shadows, light, and movement create an intellectual space for different interpretations allows the viewer to make their own associations. Concrete, the ground that people of different shades walk on, to one person can look and seem like an ethereal and unknown environment, but to another may seem like a moving body of liquid. When artists stop and look at the simple things such a concrete, and water, or passersby they can capture a moment in time that transcends the mundane and suddenly the artist is in a position to present ...


Youth Historians In Harlem: Exploring The Possibilities In Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth And Scholars, Barry M. Goldenberg 2015 Teacher's College, Columbia University

Youth Historians In Harlem: Exploring The Possibilities In Collaborative History Research Between Local Youth And Scholars, Barry M. Goldenberg

Education's Histories

During 2014-15 academic year, high school students and Barry M. Goldenberg work together to study the history of education in Harlem.


Let Us Now Stand Up For Bastards, 2015 Western University

Let Us Now Stand Up For Bastards

Chiasma: A Site For Thought

No abstract provided.


Mdocs Newsletter-2015-09-01, 2.1, Jordana Dym, Emily Rizzo, Rebecca Stern, Roslyn Wertheimer, Matt Barnes 2015 Skidmore College

Mdocs Newsletter-2015-09-01, 2.1, Jordana Dym, Emily Rizzo, Rebecca Stern, Roslyn Wertheimer, Matt Barnes

MDOCS Publications

No abstract provided.


Heirloom: A Piper's Orchard Abecadarian, Shin Yu Pai 2015 independent artist

Heirloom: A Piper's Orchard Abecadarian, Shin Yu Pai

The Goose

Poetry by Shin Yu Pai


The Humanities: The Challenge Of Preserving History In The Digital Age, Irwin Gratz, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy, Michael Grillo 2015 University of Maine

The Humanities: The Challenge Of Preserving History In The Digital Age, Irwin Gratz, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy, Michael Grillo

Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

Irwin Gratz of Maine Public Broadcasting Network's Morning Edition talks with University of Maine professor Michael Grillo and UMaine archivist Desiree Butterfield-Nagy about their recent articles in a special edition of Maine Policy Review focused on the importance of the humanities and the future of archives in a digital age.


Forging Connections And Building Collections: The Mass. Memories Road Show At Umass Boston, Jessica R. Holden 2015 University of Massachusetts Boston

Forging Connections And Building Collections: The Mass. Memories Road Show At Umass Boston, Jessica R. Holden

Joseph P. Healey Library Publications

In this presentation, I explored three aspects of the Mass. Memories Road Show: the public event, the digital collection, and the archival record of Massachusetts communities. I discussed bringing archival resources out into communities (rather than vice versa), and thus reaching new audiences, as well as building new partnerships within those communities.

The Mass. Memories Road Show is a state-wide digital history project that documents people, places, and events in Massachusetts history through family photographs and stories. In partnership with teams of local volunteers, we organize public events to scan family and community photographs and record “the stories behind the ...


On Purpose: Teaching The Digital Humanities, Thomas Keegan, Matt Gilchrist 2015 University of Iowa

On Purpose: Teaching The Digital Humanities, Thomas Keegan, Matt Gilchrist

Tom Keegan

Matt Gilchrist and Tom Keegan, co-directors of Iowa Digital Engagement and Learning (IDEAL), discuss the philosophical and pragmatic reasons for adopting 21st century technologies in humanities courses. On Purpose is a project that explores and reflects on the shifting technological and pedagogical landscape of higher education.


Satirical News And Political Subversiveness: A Critical Approach To The Daily Show And The Colbert Report, Roberto Leclerc 2015 The University of Western Ontario

Satirical News And Political Subversiveness: A Critical Approach To The Daily Show And The Colbert Report, Roberto Leclerc

Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository

Television shows like The Daily Show and The Colbert Report are often venerated for their satirical criticisms of mainstream media and for their pedagogical value as critical resources for political consciousness. The programs are said to provide interrogations of contemporary forms of power while fostering more active, collaborative and politically engaged audiences. This thesis interrogates such claims by introducing a critical reading of the shows. It engages in dialogue with scholars working within a Culturalist approach to media and politics by demonstrating the importance of a Marxist-inspired approach to the study of satire news. Attention is given to the political-economy ...


Mvst 4654 Medieval London: Omeka Report Instructions, 2015, Maryanne Kowaleski 2015 Fordham University

Mvst 4654 Medieval London: Omeka Report Instructions, 2015, Maryanne Kowaleski

Digital Pedagogy: Omeka Medieval London

Instructions for the object and site assignments that will assist students in completing their object and site assignments for the 2015 offering of MV 4654 Medieval London at Fordham University


Crossed, Meredith Doench 2015 University of Dayton

Crossed, Meredith Doench

English Faculty Publications

Book 1 in the Luce Hansen thriller series.

Description from the publisher:

Agent Luce Hansen returns home to Willow’s Ridge to catch a serial killer who has been murdering young women. It’s the case she’s been waiting for, the case that compels her to return to the small town she turned her back on nineteen years ago, the case she plans to ride from the Ohio BCI all the way to the FBI.

The case worth risking her shaky relationship with her lover, Rowan. But the horrors of the case recall the unsolved murder of Luce’s ...


Data Curation Needed To Avoid A Digital Dark Age, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy 2015 Selected Works

Data Curation Needed To Avoid A Digital Dark Age, Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

Desiree Butterfield-Nagy

An increasingly recognized need for digital cura­tion, or the active selection of digital files and taking steps toward preserving them, has been a natural evolution in an environment where vast amounts of intellectual and cultural content is born digital and may not be represented in tangible form. Desirée Butterfield-Nagy explores the measures that individuals and organizations need to take to ensure we avoid a Digital Dark Age.


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