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$500 Digital Humanities Opportunity for Grad Students: Apply by Oct. 28th!

Oct. 17, 2018—The Vanderbilt HASTAC network is now accepting applications for the 2018-19 HASTAC Scholars Program. Graduate students interested in learning more about digital humanities and gaining hands-on experience are encouraged to apply. HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) is a global network of individuals and institutions brought together by their shared interest in the...

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Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials: Bryan Lowe

Nov. 28, 2017—A blog series by Bryan Lowe, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Religious Traditions of Japan and Korea     At the Association of Asian Studies Annual meeting this past March, I organized a roundtable entitled: “Digital Pedagogy for the Analog Past: Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials.” The idea was to have...

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Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials: Will Fleming

Nov. 16, 2017—A blog series by Bryan Lowe Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Religious Traditions of Japan and Korea     At the Association of Asian Studies Annual meeting this past March, I organized a roundtable entitled: “Digital Pedagogy for the Analog Past: Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials.” The idea was to have...

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Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials: Halle O’Neal

Nov. 9, 2017—A blog series by Bryan Lowe Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Religious Traditions of Japan and Korea     At the Association of Asian Studies Annual meeting this past March, I organized a roundtable entitled: “Digital Pedagogy for the Analog Past: Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials.” The idea was to have...

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Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials: Christopher M. Mayo

Nov. 2, 2017—A blog series by Bryan Lowe, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Religious Traditions of Japan and Korea     At the Association of Asian Studies Annual meeting this past March, I organized a roundtable entitled: “Digital Pedagogy for the Analog Past: Technological Tools and Methods for Teaching Premodern Japanese Materials.” The idea was to have...

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Teaching with Blogs: A Leading Lines Interview with Humberto Garcia

Aug. 15, 2017—by Derek Bruff, CFT Director I’m happy to announce the start of Season 3 of Leading Lines, a podcast on educational technology co-produced by the Center for Teaching. Our new season launches with an interview with Humberto Garcia, associate professor of English at the University of California at Merced. I met Humberto several years ago...

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HASTAC Scholars program now accepting applications!

Jun. 29, 2017—HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) is a global network of individuals and institutions brought together by their shared interest in the intersections of digital media, 21st-century education, the digital humanities, science, technology, and the arts. Up to nine Vanderbilt University graduate students will be appointed as HASTAC Scholars. Scholars will be matched to...

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Listen to the Leading Lines Podcast with William Pannapacker

Apr. 17, 2017—In the latest episode of the Leading Lines podcast Stacey M. Johnson interviews William Pannapacker, DuMez Professor of English and Senior Director of the Mellon Grand Challenges Presidential Initiative at Hope College in Michigan. Pannapacker is a Walt Whitman scholar, and a proponent and supporter of the digital liberal arts. In the interview, he talks about...

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Digital Timelines, a Conversation on Digital Pedagogy, April 4th

Mar. 24, 2016—Digital Timelines Monday, April 4, 2016 12:10 to 1:00 p.m. (lunch provided) Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities Register Here Remember those timelines you saw in your history textbook back in middle school? Today’s digital timelines do far more than present a static, linear progression of dates and names. Online, interactive timelines support visually...

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THATCamp Vanderbilt: Explore the Digital Humanities November 6-7

Nov. 4, 2015—This weekend marks the fourth annual THATCamp Vanderbilt, which will occur this Friday and Saturday, November 6th and 7th, at the Vanderbilt Curb Center for Enterprise and Public Policy, located at 1801 Edgehill Avenue, Nashville, TN 37212. The event is free and open to the public. Visit the THATCamp Vanderbilt website to see the latest schedule...

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