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  1. Annual Lecture in Book History: The Material Form of Literacy Conversation: Encoding and Modeling Texts from Early to Mass Print

    Mandell, Laura
    On February 15, 2013, the Humanities Institute and the Digital Arts & Humanities Working Group at The Ohio State University held the Annual Lecture in Book History: The Material Form of Literacy Conversation: Encoding and Modeling Texts from Early to Mass Print presented by Laura Mandell (Texas A&M University), Professor of English and Director of the Initiative for Digital Humanities (http://idhmc.tamu.edu/).

  2. Hands-on Workshop on the Early Modern OCR Project

    Mandell, Laura
    On February 15, 2013, The Ohio State University Humanities Institute and Digital Arts & Humanities Working Group presented a hands-on workshop by Laura Mandell (Director of Texas A&M’s Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture, IDHMC - http://idhmc.tamu.edu/) on the Early Modern OCR Project (eMOP – see http://emop.tamu.edu), for which Texas A&M’s IDHMC recently received a Mellon Foundation grant.

  3. CODE: Codified Objects Define Evolution

    Conatser, Trey; Delagrange, Susan; Rinaldo, Ken; Ulman, H. Lewis
    On March 20, 2013, the Humanities Institute and the Digital Arts and Humanities Working Group at the Ohio State University hosted a panel discussion convened by Lewis Ulman (Digital Media Studies, the Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (DALN), English). The panel explored the role of “coding” in the digital arts and humanities. The panel offered insights into what markup, scripting, and procedural programming languages are most useful to arts and humanities scholarship, suggested different ways scholars and teachers in the arts and humanities can engage with coding and considered what role coding plays in the education of arts and humanities...

  4. Digital Publishing in the Arts and Humanities

    Schlosser, Melanie; Selfe, Cynthia; Carlson, Wayne
    On Tuesday, November 20, 2012 from 3:00-4:30 pm in 165 Thompson Library, the Humanities Institute and the Digital Arts and Humanities Working Group hosted a panel discussion on "Digital Publishing in the Arts and Humanities." Panelists Melanie Schlosser (The Ohio State University Libraries), Cynthia Selfe (The Ohio State University, Department of English), and Wayne Carlson (The Ohio State University, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Studies and Dean of Undergraduate Education) explored ways in which publishing is changing in the arts and humanities, and led a discussion on the opportunities and pitfalls inherent in the world of digital publishing. The digital environment...

  5. Visualizing "Big Data" in the Arts and Humanities

    Labov, Jessie; Staley, David J., 1963-; Ulman, H. Lewis
    Panelists David Staley (Associate Professor, The Ohio State University Department of History), Jessie Labov (Assistant Professor, The Ohio State University Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures), and H. Lewis Ulman (Associate Professor, The Ohio State University Department of English) explored the place of data visualization as a form of humanities scholarship, with visualization as the hermeneutic act that allows humanists to read "big data." The panel described the concept of a Humanities Visualization Studio at The Ohio State University to conduct such humanistic readings of big data. Questions centered around defining "big data" in the context of...

  6. Narrative Medicine

    Charon, Rita
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