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Marc Priewe, “Tracing Early American Captivity Narratives”

We are fortunate this month to have Marc Priewe as a NULab visiting scholar. Marc is the head of American Studies at the University of Stuttgart and the German PI on a recently funded Digging into Data project, “Oceanic Exchanges,” in partnership with Ryan Cordell and an international team of collaborators.   On April 10th  Continue Reading »

2016 Call for Proposals: The DRS Project Toolkit

Deadline: March 30 Apply here: Project Application More information : 2016 Call for Proposals The Digital Scholarship Group is now accepting proposals for the next round of DRS Project Toolkit development. The DRS Project Toolkit is a user-friendly set of tools for building digital projects and publications using the Digital Repository Service (DRS). With the  Continue Reading »

DH Working Group for Graduate Students and Postdocs: Digital Mapping

Are you a graduate student or postdoctoral fellow doing digital humanities work in the New England area? Do you want to learn more about what other cool DH stuff students and postdocs are up to? Are you looking for collaborators? Support? Feedback?¬†Join our working group! Please note that this group is designed with the particular  Continue Reading »

Upcoming Workshop: Digital Tools In The Classroom: Omeka

Are you interested in using more digital tools for storytelling in the classroom? Would you like students to create online exhibits and work with historical materials? Omeka is a free, open source content management system that makes it easy for teachers to work with digital collections in the classroom. On Monday, November 17th, Dave DeCamp  Continue Reading »

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