ECDS Welcomes our New Digital Scholarship Internship Program Participants!

The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) welcomes four new participants to our Digital Scholarship Internship Program (DSIP) this year. Joining us from diverse fields such as the Islamic Civilizations PhD program, the Graduate Division of Religion, Environmental Health Sciences, and the Department of English, our new participants will gain opportunities for professional development across […]

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Project Spotlight: Creating Interactive Historical Visualizations of Atlanta at ECDS

Scholars and students in the Digital Visualization Lab at Emory’s Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) have been working on extracting building footprints and city infrastructure features from a 1878 and a 1930 atlas of the city of Atlanta for several years. The first goal of this initiative was to build a geodatabase built from our understanding […]

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ECDS Visual Information Specialist, Arya Basu, on Bloomberg Live

Arya Basu speaking at Bloomberg Live event

The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship‘s, Visual Information Specialist, Arya Basu, participated in a discussion on Bloomberg Live in late October on “The Smart Industrial Era: Rethinking the Business of Manufacturing.” Arya was joined by Mike Sutcliff, Accenture Digital Group Chief Executive, and Giuseppe Riva SCM Group North America’s Chief Executive Officer to discuss new technologies […]

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ECDS Launches a Redesign of the Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation

JHR homepage

This autumn the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship will launch a newly-redesigned site for the Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation (JHR) at JHRehab.org. Over the past few months, ECDS’s Senior Digital Scholarship Specialist, Anandi Silva Knuppel, Digital Scholarship Associate, Kayla Shipp Kamibayashi, and Digital Scholarship Assistant and JHR Editorial Assistant, Melissa McCune, have been making […]

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New special issue of American Quarterly highlights intersections between American studies and the digital humanities

A new special issue of American Quarterly coedited by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship’s Jesse P. Karlsberg examines the intersections between American studies and the digital humanities. The issue is the first in the field-leading journal’s history to feature a section of peer reviewed digital projects in addition to traditional articles and forums. The […]

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