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Digital Humanities

Seeing and Being Seen

For all symbols are fluxional; all language is vehicular and transitive, and is good, as ferries and horses are, for conveyance, not …

More on Twitter

In my previous post about why I don’t use Twitter I found my way to two sentences that have stood out for …

Why I Don’t Use Twitter

Questioning digital technologies is a core value of the KSC Open project. And we have much to learn. For many years I …

Democratic Spaces

From the excitement of the NAPLA project in the fall of 2016 to the challenges of the Open Space of Democracy in …

Days in the Open

I am becoming increasingly aware of a conversation that I did not know I was a part of. Or perhaps it is …

NAPLA Project

The year I began graduate school at the University of Washington the department of English began the Computer-Integrated Courses (CIC) Program. The …

Digitalis

Strigidae: A Journal of Undergraduate Writing in the Arts and Humanities About a year ago I began working with my colleague Kirsti …

Digital Compost

“Something startles me where I thought I was safest” Walt Whitman, “This Compost” It is exciting to be a professor of English …

Professors, Students, Blogs

Last semester I was invited to present my thoughts at a brown bag lunch on the subject of blogging. My talk,”Why do …

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