In the comments section below are my notes on a session titled “Manifestos, heresies, and revolutions” at THATCamp 2009. The session grew out of this blog post by Tom Scheinfeldt (a.k.a. @FoundHistory) and the comment thread that followed.
In the comments section below are my notes on a session titled “SEASR Data Analytics” at THATCamp 2009.
The Software Environment for the Advancement of Scholarly Research (SEASR.org), funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, provides a research and development environment capable of powering leading-edge digital humanities initiatives.