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The Tropy team is pleased to announce the release of Tropy 1.13. In addition to several performance and user interface improvements (see full release notes here), this release introduces the new standard project type. In standard projects, all imported images are copied into a bundled project folder
We are very pleased to announce the lead gift for our 30th anniversary Campaign for RRCHNM. Our friends and former colleagues at Digital Scholar have made an incredibly generous gift to our Center — $15,000. This first major gift helps us launch the Campaign for RRCHNM with a bang an
The RRCHNM data working group meets every other week each semester. The working group exists to aid and abet one another as we seek to create data-driven histories. In our sessions, we share work-in-progress, discuss readings, and teach one another the techniques of the trade. Each semester we creat
There are a lot of great sessions coming up at this week’s American Historical Association’s Annual Meeting, many of which feature RRCHNM-ers. To make finding those sessions easy for you so you can easily connect with us and learn more about our current projects, we thought we’d li
The Elizabeth Court Day By Day Encode-a-thing will take place in Fenwick Library 1014B from 10:30am-3.00pm on March 25, 2019. The Elizabethan Court Day by Day is a dataset of day-by-day accounts of Queen Elizabeth I’s court for the entirety of her reign. The Folger Shakespeare Library is c
RRCHNM is hosting the 2019 Current Research in Digital History conference on March 9, 2019, at the Arlington campus of George Mason University. The conference program features short presentations that offer historical arguments and interpretations rather than showcase digital projects. This year’s
Jessica Otis (& John Simpson) will be offering the course “Fundamentals of Programming/Coding for Human(s|ists) at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) at the University of Victoria, Canada, from June 3 to June 16, 2019, and the course “Introduction to Network Analysis in
Sara Collini will be presenting “Eagle Eye Citizen: Online Civics Interactive” in a poster session at the National Council for Social Studies Annual Conference in Chicago on November 30, 2018 at 11.30 am.
There are four sessions involving RRCHNM on the program at the 133rd Annual Meeting of the American Historical Association in Chicago: Stephen Robertson, “Teaching Digital Humanities Online: George Mason University’s Graduate Certificate in Digital Public Humanities,” The Digital Futures of
Stephen Robertson will be speaking on Public Humanities at the DARIAH Beyond Europe workshop at the Library of Congress on October 3, 2018.