Category: Blogging & Multimedia Publishing
Creating Dynamic Research Papers or What I Learned from Scalar.
This past winter, I used Scalar to digitally publish my research on the 19th C British photographer Francis Frith and his street photographs of Cairo. My interest in his photographs was inspired by the course The Sultan’s Palace taught by Dr. Nancy Um, Associate Professor of Art History, at Binghamton […]
Spring 2017 Digital Project Review No.1: Marco Basile’s review of “The Liberated Africans”
The Liberated Africans Project Created and maintained by Henry B. Lovejoy, Richard P. Anderson, Daniela Cavalheiro, David Eltis, Suzanne Schwarz, and Daryle Williams. http://www.liberatedafricans.org/overview.html. Reviewed Jan. 2017. Marco Basile, JD/PhD Harvard University From 1807 to the 1860s, Britain led an international legal effort to suppress the Atlantic slave trade, largely by securing treaties that […]
UX2 Group #1
Post your UX2 assignment here. This is your observations of Americans and connecting to Americans.
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HASTAC and Open Digital Badges
I tend to view academia and scholarship as a collection of disparate and departmentalized fields that interact at purely superficial levels. As a student who loves variety and dreads the idea of being forced to pick a specialization, I am pleased that HASTAC offers a forum through which scholars across an ever-growing number of fields […]
Blogification of the Humanities
One of the primary reasons I decided to take this course instead of others was not a compelling interest to study the humanities. There were many other alternatives in the same department that could offer that experience. Instead, I wanted to see if recent developments in the digital sphere in Economics would be applicable to […]