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Mar 7, 2019 Discussion: Teaching About ‘Global’ DH

A word cloud of student final projects from 2018’s EALC111/511 at Penn

Today we took a look at teaching “global” DH, specifically in terms of text analysis/mining methods, and had a discussion about several elements of that issue: how to teach, what to teach, and why to teach about digital humanities in languages other than English.

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March 1, 2016 WORD LAB – Mark Ravina

On April 1, we were joined via Skype by Mark Ravina, professor of history at Emory University. Mark researches Japanese political history in the latter half of the 19th century. He told us about his recent text analysis work involving 19th-century Japanese history, and also with a student on the recent student protests involving race at various universities around the United States. We’ll be following up with Mark on his research in the Fall 2016 WORD LAB lineup. Continue reading March 1, 2016 WORD LAB – Mark Ravina