ECDS announces program to support digital dissertations

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Program applications due April 15, 2019. Interested in creating a dissertation with digital components or a completely digital dissertation? Apply to the ECDS-FCHI Digital Dissertation Scholars Program (DDSP). Through the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) and the Fox Center for Humanistic Inquiry (FCHI), the DDSP is open to Laney Graduate School PhD students in any humanistic discipline […]

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Updates from TPC+R Spring 2019

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The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) is running its Teaching, Pedagogy, Curriculum + Research (TPC+R) program for graduate students again this spring with a cohort of ten students from across the humanities and sciences. As an extension session of the Laney Graduate School’s Teaching Assistant Training and Teaching Opportunity (TATTO) program, TPC+R is designed to supplement […]

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Manifold Reception in Woodruff Library Jones Room, January 24, 4:30pm

The Emory Center for Digital Scholarship and the Digital Publishing in the Humanities initiative are participating in a pilot program for Manifold, a new platform for creating enhanced digital books. Manifold was developed at the University of Minnesota Press, with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and is being adopted by a number of university […]

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ECDS Launches a Redesign of the Journal of Humanities in Rehabilitation

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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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