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DH Open Office Hours with Special Guest Joanne Afornalli

This week we will be joined by Joanne Afornalli, who will be presenting a poster on her MA thesis, which is about trauma in the inmate community. Her work focuses on the TEI encoding of interviews with former inmates. Digital Humanities Open Office Hours are held each week in the Digital Scholarship Commons (on the second  Continue Reading »

Introduction to TEI Customization

Since the release in 2007 of the most recent version of TEI (P5), TEI users have had a very different relationship to the TEI Guidelines. Unlike previous versions, TEI P5 does not exist in a “default” or “vanilla” state: any TEI schema used in a text encoding project must be generated from the TEI source  Continue Reading »

Introduction to TEI

Dissatisfied with Google Books? Curious about digital formats that can communicate scholarly ideas? This seminar offers an intensive exploration of scholarly text encoding, aimed at an audience of humanities scholars, archivists, and digital humanists. We focus on the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) Guidelines, a magnificent but complex language for representing digital scholarship and the gold  Continue Reading »

The Women Writers Project Gets Ready for the Fall

As temperatures cool and students return to Boston, we at the Women Writers Project are looking forward to the fall semester while reflecting back on our first year at Northeastern. After many productive years at Brown University, the WWP came to Northeastern in July of 2013 and is now supported here as part of the  Continue Reading »

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