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I am a historian who joined the Communication Department almost ten years ago. My early work was on modern Japan, and I still write on modern Japan and problems of Asia. My overriding interest in history has been the uses of the past. My first book, Japan’s Orient: Rendering Pasts into History, naively examines the reconfiguration of the…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic Data Carpentry for Social Scientists (with R) workshop in the forum Digital Humanities 3 years, 10 months ago
The library is offering a Data Carpentry for Social Scientists (with R) workshop on February 4-5.
The workshop covers: organizing data in spreadsheets, data cleaning with a program called OpenRefine, and an introduction to working with data in the software R.
More information including registration link is here:…[Read more]
Join the Digital Humanities Group in a UX Design Project geared towards building community at UCSD.
We will work through the process of a User Experience (UX) project to create and pitch redesign proposals for KNIT, a non-commercial, open source digital commons for students, faculty, and staff at UC San Diego, San Diego City College,…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic Fundamentals of Text Mining: Curating, Preparing, Analyzing, and Visualizing Tex in the forum Digital Humanities 4 years ago
Dec 5, 2019
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Geisel Library, Dunst Classroom
The relationship between close reading, mid-range reading (Alison Booth, “Mid-Range Reading: Not a Manifesto,” 2017), and distant reading (Franco Moretti, “Distant Reading,” 2013) has expanded the scholarly potential of both literary studies and the soc…[Read more]
erin glass started the topic Talk: Processing Poets’ Voices: Machine(-Aided) Listening & the Poetry Archive in the forum Digital Humanities 4 years, 2 months ago
Processing Poets’ Voices: Machine(-Aided) Listening & the Poetry Audio Archive
4-5pm Thursday, Oct. 10 in the Seuss Room, UC San Diego Library
Poetry lovers, students, and scholars are currently enjoying a moment of unprecedented access to sound recordings of poets reading their work. PennSound, the world’s largest poetry audio archive, off…[Read more]
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@lzeiner Active 4 years ago
So excited that I got to be a part of this incredible symposium on Immersive Learning @ SDSU! http://newscenter.sdsu.edu/sdsu_newscenter/news_story.aspx?sid=76993 View