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06. Poems, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

06. Poems, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes approximately 45 stand-alone poems, 9 booklets of poems, and An Earth Wayfarer, a 111-page spiral-bound book. Everything is posted here as a single PDF; information about individual poems, including each selection in the booklets and Earth Wayfarer, is provided in the User Guide.


10. Mccrum Slavonic Training School, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

10. Mccrum Slavonic Training School, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes 2 publications by the McCrum Slavonic Training School in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. They date to 1912, the year Mary Kacmar graduated from the school, and 1918, the year she and Cummings married. They are posted here as a single PDF; additional information is provided in the User Guide.


13. Poems Not By Cummings, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

13. Poems Not By Cummings, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes 26 poems that were among the donated materials but turned out to be definitely or probably not by Cummings. They are posted here as a single PDF; information about each poem, including authorship when available, is provided in the User Guide.


04. Radio Addresses, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

04. Radio Addresses, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes 35 addresses delivered over the radio. Most aired on station WMON in Montgomery, West Virginia; a few were broadcast over WLW in Cincinnati. They are posted here as a single PDF, and combined with the sermons in a single tab in the User Guide.


08. Correspondence, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

08. Correspondence, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes 39 complete or partial letters to or from Cummings; many of his drafts are typed on the back of his sermon manuscripts. All of the letters are posted here as a single PDF; information about each one is provided in the User Guide.


03. Sermons, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

03. Sermons, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes approximately 100 typed and handwritten sermons, sermons printed or summarized in the newspaper, and some "sermons in rhyme." The sermons and radio addresses have been combined in a single tab in the User Guide.

The master PDF of the sermons is nearly 150MB in size; to make things somewhat more manageable, the contents of each folder in the physical collection have been upload as supplemental files.


05. Newspaper Columns, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison 2021 Marshall University

05. Newspaper Columns, Melville Homer Cummings, Robert H. Ellison

Cummings, Melville Homer, 1890-1978

The Cummings collection includes 66 columns written for various newspapers. They were published under 4 headlines: "Clergyman Chatter," "Our Weekly Message," "Our Weekly Visit," and "The Parson Writes." In some of the clippings, only the words "Our Weekly" are visible, so we cannot be sure which category they belong to.

All 66 columns are posted here as s single PDF. There are also supplemental files for "Clergyman Chatter," "Our Weekly Message/Visit," and "The Parson Writes."

The columns do not have individual titles, but they often have section headings; for ease of navigation, the first heading in each column is ...


Digital Literacy Competence Of Indonesian Lecturers On Analysis Hoax In Social Media, Yanti Dwi Astuti 2021 State Islamic University of Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta

Digital Literacy Competence Of Indonesian Lecturers On Analysis Hoax In Social Media, Yanti Dwi Astuti

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

Hoax in social media is increasingly flooding all types of social media. The ease with which people consume and produce information on social media provides freedom for citizens to express themselves and their attitudes regardless of whether the information is true or a hoax. ironically, this phenomenon is also affecting academics who are highly educated and work as lecturers. This article attempts to explore the digital literacy competencies of lecturers in Indonesia by taking samples of lecturers in two big cities, namely Medan and Bandung. The research was conducted using a digital ethnographic method that allows the author to be ...


Mass Incarceration In Nebraska: Data And Historical Analysis Of Inmates From 1980-2020, Anna Krause 2021 University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Mass Incarceration In Nebraska: Data And Historical Analysis Of Inmates From 1980-2020, Anna Krause

Honors Theses, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

This study examines Nebraska Department of Corrections inmate data from 1980-2020, looking specifically at inmate demographics and offense trends. State-of-the-art data analysis is conducted to collect, modify, and visualize the data sources. Inmates are organized by each decade they were incarcerated within. The current active prison population is also examined in their own research group. The demographic and offense trends are compared with previous local and national research. Historical context is given for evolving trends in offenses. Solutions for Nebraska prison overcrowding are presented from various interest groups. This study aims to enlighten all interested Nebraskans on who inhabits their ...


Librarians’ Perception On The Use Of Social Media As A Tool For Preventing The Spread Of Coronavirus (Covid-19) In Benue State, Kwaghga Beetseh, Mr, Florence Nwanne Olise, Helen Famaren Tor-Akwer Dr 2021 Federal University of Agriculture Makurdi

Librarians’ Perception On The Use Of Social Media As A Tool For Preventing The Spread Of Coronavirus (Covid-19) In Benue State, Kwaghga Beetseh, Mr, Florence Nwanne Olise, Helen Famaren Tor-Akwer Dr

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The paper uses the descriptive survey research design. The targeted population for this study will consist of all 200 level students of University of Agriculture, Makurdi 200 level students of Benue State University and 200 level students of University of Mkar, Mkar and lecturers. Random sampling technique will be used to draw 100 students and 150 lecturers from the population making a total number of 250. The data collected use descriptive statistics analysis to generate frequencies and percentages to answer the research questions. Findings of the paper show that social media in preventing the spread of coronavirus (COVID19) tertiary institutions ...


2021 Virtual Humanities Symposium: A Conversation On Freedom, Messiah University 2021 Messiah University

2021 Virtual Humanities Symposium: A Conversation On Freedom, Messiah University

Humanities Symposium

Keynote Lecture: Troubling the Narratives of a Democratic Nation: "Whose Stories Are These?" Jacqueline Jones Royster

Date: Thursday, March 4th, 2021

In 2020, the Center for Public Humanities had the remarkable opportunity to join “The Commonwealth Monument project,” a coalition of citizens, organizations, educators, and legislators dedicated to establishing a new bronze monument on the Pennsylvania State Capitol that honors Harrisburg’s rich African American history and pays tribute to the U.S. Constitution’s 15th and 19th amendments, which secured the vote for African Americans and for women. The dedication of this new monument, “A Gathering at the Crossroads ...


Digital Humanities: A Paradigm For The 21st Century, Laila C.A. Helmi 2021 Associate Professor, Department of English, Faculty of Human Sciences, Beirut Arab University, Beirut, Lebanon

Digital Humanities: A Paradigm For The 21st Century, Laila C.A. Helmi

BAU Journal - Society, Culture and Human Behavior

Our life is becoming increasingly digital and digitized, and the recent shift to an online environment is a major leap. While this rapid advancement in technology has made itself a prominent feature in such fields as medicine, marketing, communications and even education, many assume that the humanities have become a field for dinosaurs. The assumption is that the humanities focus their research output on writing and are firmly founded in a culture of books – a form of records that seem unchangeable in nature, dogmatic in intellect, and fossil-like in their searchability. The world of the digital, on the other hand ...


Identifying Differences Between Anna Karenina Translations: Midway Findings And Next Steps, Sarah H. Theimer 2021 University of New Hampshire, Durham

Identifying Differences Between Anna Karenina Translations: Midway Findings And Next Steps, Sarah H. Theimer

Faculty Publications

A Presentation at the Connecticut Digital Humanities 2021 Conference. Translations are one way that people learn about unfamiliar cultures. Creating a translation is complicated, as words often have different connotations in different cultures that must be understood and conveyed. A good translator pays attention to the style, language and vocabulary unique to the two languages. Translators often differ when deciding how to convey the original work’s meanings, images and themes. Many prominent foreign language titles have been addressed by different translators. In the case of Anna Karenina, Constance Garnett is the most famous and commonly read translation. In “The ...


Remix The Manuscript: A Chronicle Of Digital Experiments (2015-2020), Michelle Warren 2021 Dartmouth College

Remix The Manuscript: A Chronicle Of Digital Experiments (2015-2020), Michelle Warren

Other Faculty Materials

Remix the Manuscript is a digital humanities research project centered around a single medieval manuscript, the Dartmouth Brut Chronicle (Rauner Codex MS 003183). This ongoing experiment with digital tools uses this one example to explore one broad question: How are the digital tools available today determining what we will know 100 years from now about things that happened 1000 years ago?


Ella Anagick Oral History Interview Feb 2021, Holly Guise 2021 University of New Mexico

Ella Anagick Oral History Interview Feb 2021, Holly Guise

Oral Histories HIST300, Spring 2021

Oral History interview with Ella Anagick about the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) school Mt. Edgecumbe High School in Alaska in the late 1960s.


Ooligan Press: Building And Sustaining A Feminist Digital Humanities Lab At A R-2, Kathi Inman Berens, Abbey Gaterud, Rachel Noorda 2021 Portland State University

Ooligan Press: Building And Sustaining A Feminist Digital Humanities Lab At A R-2, Kathi Inman Berens, Abbey Gaterud, Rachel Noorda

English Faculty Publications and Presentations

How can practitioners outside of R-1s afford to build a DH lab? How to connect a lab’s output to the communities it serves? This essay is a case study of Ooligan Press, a student-run trade press housed within a R-2, teaching-intensive university. Two elements make Ooligan Press distinctive as a DH lab. First, Ooligan is a not-for-profit business folded into a Master’s program in Book Publishing. Profits from sale of Ooligan Press books sustain the lab, which would collapse if its books were steadily unprofitable. Second, the essay uses the DH feminism “M.E.A.L.S.” framework ...


Collecting Works: A History Of The Euler Archive, Erik R. Tou, Christopher Goff, Michele Gibney 2021 University of Washington – Tacoma

Collecting Works: A History Of The Euler Archive, Erik R. Tou, Christopher Goff, Michele Gibney

Euleriana

We give a brief history of the Euler Archive, an online database of the published works of Leonhard Euler (1707-1783). Furthermore, we describe the Archive's recent move to an academic repository, and the added functionality such a move allows.


Dhum-74500 - Digital Pedagogy 2, Shawna M. Brandle 2021 City University of New York (CUNY)

Dhum-74500 - Digital Pedagogy 2, Shawna M. Brandle

Open Educational Resources

This syllabus is for a course that will focus on opening our digital pedagogy- exploring open educational resources and open pedagogy, along with related opens: open access and open GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives, and Museums). The focus of the course reading will be on the why’s, how’s, and where’s of open educational practices, with a special focus on critical digital pedagogy. By the end of the semester, students will produce a polished proposal for a multimedia-based project in their discipline related to research, pedagogy, or both. The course incorporates hands-on exploration of educational uses of new-media applications ...


A Guide For Instructors And Students: Mld Mapping Project, Maryanne Kowaleski 2021 Fordham University

A Guide For Instructors And Students: Mld Mapping Project, Maryanne Kowaleski

Digital Pedagogy: Medieval Londoners Mapping Project

This site contains instructions and other materials for a linked data digital project developed by Dr Maryanne Kowaleski and Ms Camila Marcone for two Fordham University courses in Fall 2020. The assignment required students to structure information found in medieval London property records into a spreadsheet that had columns corresponding to fields in the Medieval Londoners Database (MLD), an online searchable database of people who lived in London from c. 1190 to to c. 1520. Each person in the deed was noted in a separate row or record in the spreadsheet. Students next summarized the data about each property into ...


Video On Film: Video Essay, Videographic Criticism, And Digital Academic Publishing, Tian Leng 2021 The Graduate Center, City University of New York

Video On Film: Video Essay, Videographic Criticism, And Digital Academic Publishing, Tian Leng

Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

In the 2010s, an academic practice called “videographic criticism,” utilizing video essay creation and digital academic publishing, became a popular form of film criticism in the field of film studies. The emergence of such a videographic trend in academia and the existence of video essays in public video-sharing websites have made the task of justifying the scholarly values of video essays an urgent one. Through the analysis of the relationship between the video essay and the essay film, this study shows that the essayistic mode is crucial to distinguish videographic criticism from popular commentary. To understand the potentials of videographic ...


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