My time in lovely Copenhagen has drawn to a close, after a whirlwind visit at the University of Copenhagen's Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, sponsored by Uncertain Archives and the Digital Culture Research Network. Special thanks to Nanna Bonde Thylstrup and to Kristin Veel for their hospitality and generosity with their time. I was honored… Continue reading Tak, København!
Travel has taken me to two exciting and lovely locations in Europe this past week. It was my great pleasure to be invited to the sixth meeting of the COST Action "The Dynamics of Virtual Work," led by a venerable and indefatigable expert in that area, Dr. Ursula Huws, and involving an extraordinary list of… Continue reading Fall in Europe: COST Action in Estonia and University of Copenhagen
I'm back stateside after a remarkable 12-day trip in Palestine with a group of nine other incredible and amazing scholars. During that time, I visited five Palestinian universities, met numerous professors and students and administrators, went to several incredible research and cultural organizations, met with people in their homes, visited amazing holy sites such as… Continue reading A Visit to Palestine
On September 20th, I had the pleasure of traveling to the Illinois Institute of Technology to deliver the first talk in IIT's fall series, "Defining Boundaries and Goals in the Digital Humanities." My talk, entitled, "Digital Humanity: Foregrounding Human Traces in Technological Systems (and Why We Should Care)," was followed by a lively and engaging… Continue reading Fall Updates: IIT Lecture in “Defining Boundaries and Goals in the Digital Humanities” Series