In September, ProfHacker reported that The Association for Computers and Humanities (ACH) and DHCommons have joined forces to broaden the ACH’s existing digital humanities mentorship program. (ProfHacker, as I’m sure many, if not most, of you know, is a blog for The Chronicle of Higher Education; I find it helps me stay abreast of new … Continue reading
Your Graduate School Education & Digital Humanities: What Works? What’s Missing? What Needs to Change?
These are just a few of the questions that we invite you to explore with us here and in San Juan during the annual meeting of the American Studies Association (ASA) this November. This blog is an effort to include graduate students’ perspectives on issues that will be raised and discussed at the ASA panel … Continue reading