How Soon is Now?: Being Human in the Digital Humanities

I had the privilege of participating in the Austin College Digital Humanities Colloquium this week.  My talk, “How Soon is Now?: Being Human in the Digital Humanities” presented three case studies for integrating data (i.e. textual evidence) and free DH tools into undergrad teaching.  I borrowed heavily from the idiom of Tumblr to lend a little humor to the talk, and have linked the Tumblr sites I reference below.

My slides from the talk are here:

Resources:

Google N-Gram Viewer
Tagxedo
Voyant Tools

Tumblrs:

Academic Tim Gunn

office hours are over

Manatee University Strategic Planning

Grumpy Cat

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  1. […] Professor with the Digital Scholarship Co-Operative, University of North Texas presented “How Soon Is Now?: Being Human in the Digital Humanities.” Keralis mentioned several tools available to DH scholars, Voyant text analysis, Google Ngram […]


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