From CUNY Academic Commons
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. Readers, please help us build out this list, by discipline/area of focus.
- Abject Learning (Brian Lamb) – educational technologist at University of British Columbia, Canada
- academhack (David Parry) – Assistant Professor of Emerging Media and Communications at the University of Texas at Dallas (see also Hot Topics)
- bavatuesdays (Jim Groom) – instructional technologist at University of Mary Washington (see also Hot Topics)
- Ian Bogost – videogame researcher, critic, and designer; professor at Georgia Tech (see also Hot Topics)
- clioweb (Jeremy Boggs) – Design Architect for Digital Research and Scholarship at Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia Library; historian (see also Hot Topics)
- CogDogBlog (Alan Levine) – instructional technologist
- Brian Croxall – Digital Humanities Strategist in the Robert W. Woodruff Library and Lecturer of English at Emory University (see also Hot Topics)
- Dan Cohen’s Digital Humanities Blog – associate professor in Dept of History & Art History and Director of the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History & New Media at George Mason University (see Centers for DH Work)
- Composing Spaces (Bill Wolff) – assistant professor of Writing Arts at Rowan University
- Cathy Davidson – Co-founder, HASTAC, Ruth F. DeVarney Professor of English and John Hope Franklin Humanities Institute Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Duke University (see also Hot Topics)
- Diapsalmata (Whittney Trettien) – English PhD student at Duke University, published MIT Masters thesis on early modern text-generating poems as a web-based combinatory reading/writing program (see also Hot Topics)
- Digital Digs (Alex Reid) – associate professor of English, University at Buffalo, NY
- Digital History Hacks (William J. Turkel) – associate professor, History, University of Western Ontario; blog no longer active but valuable resource (see also Sample Projects)
- Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (Lisa Spiro) – director of NITLE Labs (see also Hot Topics and Tools & Methods)
- edwired (T. Mills Kelly) – Director, Global Affairs Program, Associate Director of Roy Rosenzweig Center for History & New Media, George Mason University
- Found History (Tom Scheinfeldt) – Managing Director of Center for History & New Media, assistant professor of History, George Mason University (see also Hot Topics)
- Amanda French – English PhD, THATCamp coordinator at Center for History & new Media, George Mason University, working on book about poetics of Twitter
- if:book – the blog of the Institute for the Future of the Book, founded by Bob Stein
- Matthew Jockers – Assistant Professor of English at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln; formerly at Stanford University where he co-directed its Literature Lab with Franco Moretti (see Sample Projects and Hot Topics)
- Matt Kirschenbaum – associate professor of English, director of Digital Cultures & Creativity Honors Program, associate director of Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), all at University of Maryland; author of Mechanisms (see Centers for DH Work, Some Reading, and Hot Topics)
- D’Arcy Norman – educational technologist at University of Calgary, Canada
- Bethany Nowviskie – President of the ACH, Director of Digital Research & Scholarship (including the Scholars’ Lab) at the University of Virginia Library and Associate Director of the Scholarly Communication Institute (see also Centers for DH Work, Hot Topics)
- Planned Obsolescence (Kathleen Fitzpatrick) – Director of Scholarly Communication at the Modern Language Association, Professor, Department of Media Studies, Pomona College, and co-founder of MediaCommons, a digital scholarly network (see also Some Reading and Hot Topics)
- Post Position (Nick Montfort) – Associate Professor of Digital Media, Writing and Humanistic Studies, MIT (see also Some Reading)
- Stephen Ramsay – Associate Professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Fellow at the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities
- Geoffrey Rockwell – Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Computing at University of Alberta, Canada; project leader for TAPoR (see Sample Projects and Hot Topics); also maintains a wiki of work in progress
- Sample Reality (Mark Sample) – associate professor of Contemporary American Literature and New Media Studies in the English Department at George Mason University
- Stefan Sinclair – Associate Professor in Digital Humanities at McGill University; co-developer of TAPoR and Voyant, among other tools (see Sample Projects)
- Melissa Terras – Co-Director of the University College London Centre for Digital Humanities (see also Hot Topics)
- Text Mining & the Digital Humanities (Aditi Muralidharan) – PhD student in Computer Science at UC Berkeley, specializing in text mining
Blogs for Centers/Institutions
See Centers for DH Work for details.
- Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH)’s blog and podcasts
- ODH Update from the NEH’s Office of Digital Humanities
- South Jersey Center for Digital Humanities @ Stockton College (SJCDH)
- University of Virginia Scholars’ Lab
CUNY DHers, please add your blogs here!
- Bloviate – Luke Waltzer, historian and educational technologist, Assistant Director for Educational Technology at the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute at Baruch College.
- cac.ophony – blog on communication-intensive instruction at the college level authored by the Fellows of the Bernard L. Schwartz Communication Institute, Baruch College, CUNY
- The Lapland Chronicles – Matt Gold; Advisor to the Provost for Master’s Programs and Digital Initiatives; teaches in the English Department at the New York City College of Technology and the ITP Certificate Program at CUNY Graduate Center; Project Director of the CUNY Academic Commons.
- CUNY Graduate Center New Media Lab
- Prestidigitation – Joseph Ugoretz; Director of Technology and Learning at Macaulay Honors College (CUNY); serves as a member of the Consortial Faculty for the CUNY Online Baccalaureate; also on the faculty of the ITP Certificate Program at CUNY Graduate Center.
- Teleogistic – Boone B. Gorges, committing developer for the BuddyPress project, Lead Developer of the CUNY Academic Commons and Anthologize.
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