I don’t how long the article will remain on the site, since it is dynamically updating content all of the time, but my article “Digital Activism: THATCamp Pedagogy” is featured as an “editor’s choice” on the new Digital Humanities Now site. Exciting!
I was quoted in an article called “Mellon Foundation Grant Enables Creation of New Research Center” by Rajiv Velury in the Emory Wheel this week. Here’s the quote: “[The library] is interested in promoting digital scholarship, specifically scholarship that engages in multimedia forms of presentation, online curation, scholarly collaboration and publication in digital and open access environments,” […]
A few updates since I last posted: I accepted the Andrew Mellon Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Digital Scholarship Commons (DiSC) at Emory University. I’ll be working on creating digital projects and establishing a digital humanities center in the middle of the Robert W. Woodruff Library. Thus far, the job has been really great. I was […]
Jennifer Howard recently wrote an article in The Chronicle of Higher Education on “Building a Better University Press.” She mentioned Mark Sample’s recent challenge for a group of scholars to create their own university press. She also quoted from my THATCamp proposal, which was inspired by the challenge: Inspired in part by a Twitter discussion […]
Georgia Tech’s college newspaper, Technique, ran an article about the Atlanta Comics Symposium for their April 15th issue. Here’s a little quote from me, on how to teach comics in a writing course: “You’re writing all the time, but then when you present someone with the final comic book, the writing is actually embedded in […]