Digital Humanities graduate seminar

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early modern digital collections:


Academic Book of the Future:


Geoffrey Bowker, How knowledge infrastructures learn: dge+infrastructures+learn%22&source=bl&ots=-ea0ltFOO-&sig=PXLwMcx0qUHAxkUREo9tS3_Zlj8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwia4Nr1zrPXAhWHTCYKHRZOAE4Q6AEIKDAA#v=onepage&q=bowker%20%22how%20knowledge%20infrastructures%20learn%22&f=false

Use this for a unit on mapping: look at the Slaves Revolt in Jamaica DH project by Vincent Brown, then read critiques in Social Text:The Question of Recovery: Slavery, Freedom, and the Archive (2015)

Raw graphs:

overview of topic modeling:

Rachel Buurma on topic modeling as a fiction:

Digital mapping

Corpus of African American Literature

Amardeep Singh’s syllabus on decolonizing DH:




Digital Literary Arts conversations:

Coleto: tool for comparing two variant texts

On lacework, about watching an entire ML dataset

  • Homosaurus, linked data vocabulary for LGBTQ+ items

Racial Equality Data Hub: