Patterns in literary scholarship suggest that serious considerations of a literary period do not fully begin until at least a generation after its emergence. [...]
In the Republic of the Imagination, Azar Nafisi champions reading as a way to open ourselves to deepen empathy and entice our curiosity. Inspired, I [...]
This is the 6th post in MITH’s Digital Stewardship Series. In this post, MITH’s summer intern David Durden discusses his work on MITH’s audiovisual collection [...]
A Decade of Digital Dialogues Event Recordings and the Challenges of Implementing a Retroactive Digital Asset Management Plan
This is the 5th post in MITH's Digital Stewardship Series. In this post, MITH's summer intern David Durden discusses his work on MITH's audiovisual collection of historic [...]
Digital Humanities 2009–the annual joint meeting of the Association for Computers and the Humanities, the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, and the Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs–was hosted by the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland in College Park.
Tanya Clement and Doug Reside led a workshop on professionalization in digital humanities centers called, "Off the Tracks—Laying New Lines for Digital Humanities Scholars," which addressed the rapidly emerging phenomenon of alternative academic careers among the hybrid scholar-programmers now staffing many DH centers.
In the wake of the United States federal government shutdown of 2013, the National Endowment for the Humanities was unable to hold its annual project directors meeting. But Digital Humanities can't be stopped! MITH hosted an *unconference* and open house on the day the meeting was slated to occur, so that project directors and the public could learn about NEH-funded projects and discuss potential collaborations among attendees.
On September 5th, 2012 MITH invited friends and colleagues present and past to help us celebrate our move to a new space.
Funded by a grant from the NEH, the purpose of this meeting was respond to the ACLS Cyberinfrastructure Commission’s call for digital humanities centers to become key nodes of cyberinfrastructure in the United States. The summit was especially concerned with assessing the value of and the desire for greater collaboration and communication among the centers; among the funders; and between both groups.
The recently formed HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) is dedicated to the provision of computational access to the HathiTrust repository.The center’s mission is to provide a [...]