Tropy 1.13 Release
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 stand
Introducing DataScribe 101
Fall workshops hosted by the DataScribe project team will further support user exploration of DataScribe 101’s capabilities. Earlier this year, RRCHNM released DataScribe, a structured transcrip
Introducing the Proceedings of THATCamp!
THATCamp, The Humanities and Technology Camp, is an open, inexpensive meeting where humanists and technologists of all skill levels meet to learn and build together in sessions proposed on the spot: i
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PressForward Editors-at-Large | DH Fellow’s Blog
Amanda Morton (2nd year Digital History Fellow) This semester the second year Digital History Fellows are sticking with one of the three divisions at RRCHNM (Research, Education, Public Projects) and
One Week | One Tool Team Launches Serendip-o-matic
After five days and nights of intense collaboration, the One Week | One Tool digital humanities team has unveiled its web application: Serendip-o-matic . Unlike conventional search tools, this “sere
Another Week | Another Tool Begins
This week, RRCHNM is once again hosting the One Week | One Tool Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The big question for thi
For some time here at the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media we have been thinking about the state of scholarly publishing, and its increasing disconnect with how we have come to communic