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2021 ACH Conference: Consultations & Talk

Free DH consultations at ACH 2021 announcement
The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is a major professional society for the digital humanities. We support and disseminate research and cultivate a vibrant professional community through conferences, publications, and outreach activities. ACH is based in the US, but boasts an international membership (as of November 2015, representing 21 countries worldwide). Digital Humanit...
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Stats for Humanists | Winter 2021 Syllabus

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Course Description This is a learner-centered, project-based, introductory applied statistics course that exemplifies the principle of “data for good,” or putting Data Science and Digital Humanities to work for social justice efforts. Students will choose a data set that is personally meaningful and work with others who are interested in the same issue to generate evidence-based, statistic...
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UCLA Talk-Structuring Data to Decolonize History

Slides: Abstract: In 1827, a scandal involving a fly swatter provided a pretext for the cessation of diplomacy between France and Algiers and, in 1830, the French conquest. The historiography of French Algeria’s violent formation remains focused, almost exclusively, on the actions of French officials. In contrast,this talk presents two case studies – one from an Indigenous perspective, the othe...
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Digital Storytelling Project Ideas

Looking for digital project ideas? Wonder where and how to begin? The following tutorial provides examples of four different digital storytelling project types. The fourth slide provides a linked table of contents. If you already know what type of project you would like to try, click on the relevant link to jump to examples. Each section provides examples, most of which have been created by Clarem...
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What does Critical DH Look Like?

This presentation began as a short framing talk for the 2017 Digital Humanities Spring Symposium at the Claremont Colleges prior to the keynotes given by Dr. Patty Ahn on digital activism and Bergis Jules on the DocNow project. This presentation was meant to provide a quick overview of the types of work and a sampling of projects that seek to address social justice issues through digital media. E...
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