40 Days of Treats: Okay, we've got to do something... →
40daysoftreats: So the 40 days for Life people are back in London, silently maintaining a vigil that makes some of us quite annoyed. Engagement doesn’t always work with this sort of crowd, so what can we do? A counter protest for 40 days doesn’t seem right - why draw attention to them? Instead, lets do something for the people who are probably most affected and could use the boost. Let’s give...
History to Herstory →
Celebrating the lives of women in Yorkshire from the 1100s to the present day These women were rich and poor, privileged and unfortunate, led traditional and pioneering lives and made a huge difference to their family, friends and wider society. We have digitised letters, diaries, medical case notes and much more. We hope you will enjoy exploring these fascinating sources. Partners...
Transnational Subjects: Calls for Papers
From Katrina Gulliver: As many readers know, I am the editor of a new journal, Transnational Subjects: History, Society and Culture. Our first issue will be appearing in October 2011. The journal is print and online, and fully peer-reviewed. Currently we have two open calls for papers. For our second issue, which will be published in May 2012, we invite essays on all aspects of transnational...
A comprehensive list of blogs in the digital... →
A brief selection of assorted bloggers. Note that not all of the bloggers listed here necessarily identify as digital humanists – but all have views to share that are important to the field.
Fragments: History Working Papers and NACBS 2011 →
jasonmkelly: Dear H-Albion members, I’m writing to you to let you know about an exciting new addition to this year’s North American Conference on British Studies. As some of you already know, Tim Hitchcock and I are working together on a digital space that we are calling The History Working Papers…
It puzzles me how many people still believe ‘friendship’ or at least bonhomie...– Grace Dent, How to Leave Twitter (via pitcherplant)
Short version: I love CUNY and I love public education. Blackboard is a parasite...– Boone Gorges, ‘I develop free software because of CUNY and Blackboard’
Economists claim to be scientists. Normally, when a scientist’s premises produce...– David Graeber
I suspect, however, that the very virtues of my discipline are responsible for...– Felipe Fernández-Armesto