The word “glitch,” meaning a small voltage variance that can short out a circuit, entered the English language through radio hobbyists and was popularized by [...]
Several important reports and studies have made us aware of the dismal practices of inclusion in the film industry. By drawing on extensive bodies of [...]
This presentation traces the conceptualization and production of the dc 1968 project, an ambitious digital storytelling project designed to transform public memory and scholarship about [...]
What connects Open Source Software development, scholarly edition making, Linked Open Data, and Digital Sustainability? All of them rely our human capacity for managing fine [...]
Early Modern Songscapes is a project exploring the circulation and performance of English Renaissance poetry. The recently released beta version of the project’s site includes [...]
We are delighted to announce the lineup for the Spring 2019 Digital Dialogue series. The series will begin Tuesday February 26 at 12:30 pm. We will [...]
We are excited to welcome T'Sey-Haye Preaster to the MITH team as the Project Coordinator for the second phase of the Documenting the Now project, generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Many years after the idea of a digital humanities galvanized different genealogies of humanistic practice around the world, most institutions in North America have by [...]
Gilles Deleuze has written that movement is a translation in space. In this talk I use this distinction as a framework for critical reflection on [...]
With a $1.2 Million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities in the College of Arts and Humanities at the University of Maryland, Shift, and the Department of Media Studies at the University of Virginia (UVA) will collaborate to lead the ongoing work of the Documenting the Now project.