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19 Jan 2011

Advanced TEI Seminar & Workshop on Professionalization in DH Centers

By | 2016-02-02T20:46:12+00:00 Wed, Jan 19, 2011|Events|

Despite the recent icy weather and the relative quiet of campus during winter term, MITH continues to remain a center of activity in the world of digital humanities. On Monday January 17, MITH welcomed an advanced seminar on TEI (Text Encoding Initiative) funded by the NEH and conducted by the Brown University Women Writers Project

14 Jan 2011

Barn raising report

By | 2017-02-05T21:15:33+00:00 Fri, Jan 14, 2011|Community|

The MITH barn raising finished last week with resounding success. As previously reported, the group (participants listed in the early blog entry here) split into two teams: one working to extend the tei-ann plugin for CKEditor ( to allow for TEI-lite annotations, and one building an XML source editor with color coding and code suggestion.

10 Jan 2011

MITH and Digital Humanities coverage in Chronicle from MLA 2011

By | 2017-02-05T21:15:33+00:00 Mon, Jan 10, 2011|Community|

There is a great deal of coverage around the internet from the recent Modern Language Association convention regarding digital humanities. Here are links to two recent articles from the Chronicle of Higher Education that mention MITH: "Pannapacker at MLA: Digital Humanities Triumphant?" "Hard Times Sharpen the MLA's Lens on Labor and the Humanities"

5 Jan 2011

MITH barn raising continues

By | 2017-02-05T21:15:34+00:00 Wed, Jan 5, 2011|Community|

Day 3 of the barn-raising is underway. During the first two days of the project, Susan Brown and James Chartrand came down from Canada to meet in person with the team from MITH. Hugh Cayless and Jon Deering joined us via Skype. We began with a Skyped-in presentation by Dan McCreary (slides here) about the

3 Jan 2011

MITH in Top Ten!

By | 2011-01-03T15:22:44+00:00 Mon, Jan 3, 2011|News, Research|

Work led by MITH on a Mellon-funded symposium and CLIR report on Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections has been recognized by the Library of Congress in its year-end roundup of Top Ten Digital Preservation Developments in 2010! (Also mentioned is our work on the Preserving Virtual Worlds project, which was a

20 Dec 2010

First MITH barn-raising: Web-based TEI editor

By | 2010-12-20T17:35:59+00:00 Mon, Dec 20, 2010|Community|

It's January 3rd. You've taken back all your unwanted gifts and started your diet. What is there left to be excited about...except the first MITH barn raising! In the grand tradition of the Old Order Mennonites of the Pennsylvanian and Canadian prairies (well, except for that whole eschewing modern technologies thing), we're hosting a virtual barn-raising and

15 Dec 2010

Four New MITH Hires

By | 2017-02-05T21:15:34+00:00 Wed, Dec 15, 2010|Community|

Santa has arrived early this year at MITH and gifted us with four wonderful new hires. I'm delighted to be able to introduce them now to the greater MITH Community: Travis Brown (@travisbrown), who is joining us as an R&D developer, holds an M.A. in English from the University of Texas at Austin and is

15 Dec 2010

Digital Forensics and Cultural Heritage

By | 2010-12-15T10:44:48+00:00 Wed, Dec 15, 2010|News, Research|

MITH is pleased to announce the availability of Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections, a new CLIR report emerging from a Mellon-sponsored workshop held last spring at the University of Maryland and led by MITH's own Matt Kirschenbaum. The report was written by Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, Richard Ovenden, and Gabriela Redwine, with

1 Dec 2010

MITH stickers up for grabs

By | 2017-02-05T21:15:35+00:00 Wed, Dec 1, 2010|Community|

Earlier this semester a shipment of MITH stickers arrived that we've been passing out at Digital Dialogues. We'll continue to have them available at MITH events, but want to open this opportunity to the greater DH community while supplies last. Interested? Mail us a self-addressed stamped envelope and we'll send it back with a few

4 Nov 2010

Call for Applicants: Winnemore Digital Humanities Dissertation Fellowship

By | 2017-02-05T21:15:35+00:00 Thu, Nov 4, 2010|News, Opportunities|

Applications for MITH’s Spring 2011 Winnemore Digital Humanities Dissertation Fellowship are now being accepted. Intended for students whose dissertations engage the intersections between new media and the traditional concerns of the Arts and Humanities, the Winnemore Fellowship will provide a stipend of  $9,570, plus full benefits and tuition remission up to five credits. Nominees will be evaluated