Tag Archives: digital humanities

What is Digital Preservation?

As part of Born Digital 2016 the State Library of New South Wales has published a post on the best strategies and practices to preserve a Library’s collection digitally. Here’s a short extract: “Digital preservation can be defined as: The coordinated and ongoing set of processes and activities that ensure long-term, error-free storage of digital information, with […]

Archives on Fire: Publication

Journal issue: Reconstruction Vol. 16, No. 1 (2016): Archives on Fire: Artifacts & Works, Communities & Fields NB This issue appears not to be accessible any longer. A new link, however, to Michelle Caswell’s piece can be found here. Introduction Archives on Fire: Particle, Wave, and Field, by W. Scott Howard Particle A Live Finding Aid of […]

New software helps researchers organize digital photographs

From a new items posted by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, Department of History and Art History, George Mason University: Development is underway for new open source software called Tropy that will ultimately let researchers import photographs, adjust them to ensure they are of adequate quality for their purposes, and attach metadata to those images, using […]

New DX Lab Fellowship, State Library of NSW

The DX Lab within the State Library of New South Wales (Sydney) is offering its first dedicated digital fellowship. The fellowship has been specifically set up to support the creative and innovative use of the Library’s collection data.   The fellowship promotes innovation, partnerships, experimentation and the creative use of the Library’s data via new interfaces and experiences.  This is […]

Pop-Up Workshop Sydney: Close Up

FRIDAY 23 OCTOBER 2015 2:30-5:00pm University of Technology Sydney  BUILDING 10, JONES STREET, FLOOR 14, ROOM 201   ‘Distant reading’ as ‘close reading’; Or, how to escape hermetic hermeneutics in approaching digital archives KATHERINE BODE (Centre for Digital Humanities Research, ANU) Memory and Oblivion: The Photographic Work of Anne Ferran and Rosângela Rennó SUSAN BEST […]

The Literary Diaspora and the Digital

From the Diasporic Literary Archives Project: The Diasporic Literary Archives Project will be holding its final meeting at Yale University on October 23rd and 24th, 2014. The workshop is titled “Diaspora and the Digital” and will review the challenges and the opportunities for born-digital literary archives and for digital humanities projects. It will investigate new forms […]

CFP: Archives on Fire

Call for Papers RECONSTRUCTION: Studies in Contemporary Culture http://reconstruction.eserver.org/ Volume 16.1 (2016) ARCHIVES ON FIRE: Artifacts & Works, Communities & Fields Archives today are on fire–energized and endangered, mobile and mutable, ubiquitous and unique–as the library’s form and function in society undergo significant changes. Digital tools, open-access platforms, and social networks are transforming the fields […]