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An Unexpected Nexus

Reflections about the digital humanities from a recent SDSU graduate By Rose Rastbaf I had registered for Dr. Pollard’s Spring 2019 Ancient Rome, HIST 503, expecting a curriculum akin to that of a conventional history syllabus: traditional reading assignments, essays,...

Meet the new DH Programs Assistant

Harmit Chima joined the DH@SDSU Initiative as the DH Programs Assistant in June, 2020. She shared her thoughts about why she wanted to join the DH@SDSU community. I define “digital humanities” as the integrating application between digital technology and the...

5 Minutes with Dr. Pam Lach

Hello DH Friends and welcome back! This is the second blog of our spring semester series, in which we will be visiting prominent members of SDSU’s Digital Humanities community and asking them a few questions about their relationship to DH and how they see the Digital...

5 Minutes with Dr. Jessica Pressman

Hello DH Friends! This is the first blog of our spring semester series, in which we will be visiting prominent members of SDSU’s Digital Humanities community and asking them a few questions about their relationship to DH and how they see the Digital Humanities...

The Digital Humanities Wars?

“...as we know, there are known knowns; there are things we know we know. We also know there are known unknowns; that is to say we know there are some things we do not know. But there are also unknown unknowns—the ones we don't know we don't know. And...it is the...

Twitter and Historical Bias

Recently, China’s national library has remarked that it wishes to begin archiving posts from a popular social media site, Weibo. Despite protests by users, the platform argued that the intended purpose of this collection would be for research purposes only. ...

Retraumatizing the Past

The past—that monolithic nonentity that weighs so heavily upon our present situation. Our past, the past we adhere to and accept, is what defines who we are in many regards. The things we have done, mixed with the benefits we have been given and the actions forced...

Marking Bodies and Critical Inquiry

What kinds of questions do we, as scholars and critical readers, need to ask ourselves each time we engage with new material? What can we do to increase our understanding of events—past, present, and future—without causing further harm to the people that have already...

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