Engaging Geography in the Humanities is a three-week Summer Institute to be held at Northeastern University from July 6 – 24, 2020. The Institute will explore the possibilities and productive tensions at the intersection of geography and the humanities. By engaging with readings, lectures, discussions, workshops, and field visits, the Institute will introduce scholars teaching […]
Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ) is an open-access, peer-reviewed, digital journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities. Edited by Julia Flanders at Northeastern University and published by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), DHQ is also a community experiment in journal publication, with a commitment to experimenting with publication formats and the […]
BARI seeks to spur original, cutting-edge research in the greater Boston area that both advances urban scholarship and improves public policy and practice. Central to this mission is an overarching effort to forge active and mutually beneficial relationships between the region’s researchers, policymakers, practitioners, and civic leaders. BARI supports research-policy collaborations, BARI projects provide insights […]
The dramatic expansion of newspapers over the 19th century created a global culture of abundant, rapidly circulating information. The significance of the newspaper has largely been defined in metropolitan and national terms in scholarship, while digitization by local institutions further situates newspapers in national contexts. Oceanic Exchanges brings together leading efforts in computational periodicals research […]
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What does the introduction of reply suggestions generated by AI do to human communication? Whose “voice” is represented in these machine-generated responses and whose voice is diminished by them? Google, LinkedIn, and Facebook are now offering automated reply suggestions on their platforms, which are used by millions of people every day. The reply suggestions are […]
The Black Architects Archive (BAA) is a web-based, interactive repository of architectural practice that maps the genealogy of black architects from the nineteenth century to the present. The archive collects and displays the work of black architects across history in an effort to bring to light under-represented practitioners in architecture. By foregrounding architects who have […]
TAPAS (the TEI Archiving Publishing and Access Service) provides TEI-based projects a platform for organizing and publishing their encoded texts. The Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) is a well-established XML standard used for the representation of texts in digital form, primarily in the humanities, social sciences and linguistics. Scholars who create digital editions of texts using […]
The NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks is Northeastern University’s center for Digital Humanities and Computational Social Science. NULab supports research projects and scholarly exchanges through grants and other programs; convenes a group of core faculty who teach a wide range of classes and publish broadly in the digital realm; trains graduate students in DH and CSS skills through our DH […]