Interview with Erin Lawrimore

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Erin Lawrimore has served as University Archivist at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro since 2011. In this role, she is responsible for collecting, preserving, and promoting the history of UNCG from its creation as the State Normal and Industrial School in 1891 through today. Her research interests include community-engaged archival practice, American archives … Continue reading “Interview with Erin Lawrimore”

Announcement of Keynote Address – #RepresentationsMatter: Intersections of Digital Technology and Black Experiences by marilyn m. thomas-houston, Ph.D.

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By Stuart Parrish and Dr. thomas-houston Scholar marilyn m. thomas-houston will deliver the keynote address on Thursday, October 24 at 9:00 AM to launch the fall 2019 Triangle Digital Humanities Institute. Currently at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a faculty Emerita holding joint appointments in Anthropology and African American Studies at the University of … Continue reading “Announcement of Keynote Address – #RepresentationsMatter: Intersections of Digital Technology and Black Experiences by marilyn m. thomas-houston, Ph.D.”

Introducing Stuart Parrish, Fall 2019 Assistant Writer and Content Manager

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By Stuart Parrish I’m Stuart Parrish, (he/him) Assistant Writer and Content Manger at TDHN this semester, and my Nom de Digital Media is Durham Person. Let me begin with 2013. I began revisiting the certification at the Center for Documentary Studies, Duke, and also took the foundation course in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction at Duke … Continue reading “Introducing Stuart Parrish, Fall 2019 Assistant Writer and Content Manager”

An Interview with Meg McMahon

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Meg McMahon is a second year information science graduate student at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Library and Information Science. They are a graduate research assistant in the Kenan Science Library and a research and design graduate assistant for the R.B. House Undergraduate Library. Both positions focus on instruction, research, and design for libraries and makerspaces. … Continue reading “An Interview with Meg McMahon”

An Interview with Kristina Bush

Kristina Bush is a writer, content manager, and project manager for the Triangle Digital Humanities Network behind-the-scenes. She graduates this May from the School of Information and Library Science at UNC Chapel Hill with her Master’s in Library Science, and will be starting a new position as the Digital Literacies Librarian at University of California, … Continue reading “An Interview with Kristina Bush”

An Interview with Dan Anderson

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Dan Anderson, Professor in the UNC Chapel Hill Department of English and Comparative Literature, is the Principal Investigator for the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative and the Director of the Digital Innovation Lab on UNC-CH’s campus. He directs and leads a number of digital humanities initiatives for undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty to provide opportunities for … Continue reading “An Interview with Dan Anderson”

An Interview with Hannah Jacobs

Hannah Jacobs was the primary organizer of the Triangle Digital Humanities Institute on DH Pedagogy earlier this year. She works at the Duke Wired! Lab as a digital humanities specialist who helps faculty and students with consultations, project development, and technical support. As a significant emerging figure in digital humanities (not just in the triangle … Continue reading “An Interview with Hannah Jacobs”

John Taormina on his DH Bibliography

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John Taormina, Director of the Visual Media Center Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University recently released his comprehensive DH Bibliography, which has been the focus of his work for the past two years. Taormina took the time to answer some questions about his work on the Bibliography, which is now available through … Continue reading “John Taormina on his DH Bibliography”

Hunter Corb: Social Networks of Women in the Book Trade

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Hunter Corb is a second year Master of Library Science candidate at UNC’s School of Library and Information Science. With a focus in archives and rare books, Corb is currently working on a digital humanities master’s paper to finish up his degree. The project is a social network analysis investigating the role of women in … Continue reading “Hunter Corb: Social Networks of Women in the Book Trade”