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Latour, the Digital Humanities, and the Divided Kingdom of Knowledge

23 September 2016

Participants in “Recomposing the Humanities,” September 2015. Pictured from left to right: Barbara Herrnstein Smith, Rita Felski, Bruno Latour, Nigel Thrift, Michael Witmore,...

The Great Work Begins: EEBO-TCP in the wild

25 March 2016

SAA2016 plenary round table Session organiser:         Jonathan Hope, Strathclyde University UK     jonathan.r.hope@strath.ac.uk     Objectives...

Latour, the Digital Humanities, and the Divided Kingdom of Knowledge

12 March 2016

Participants at the NLH Conference, “Recomposing the Humanities with Bruno Latour”: Barbara Herrnstein-Smith, Rita Felski, Bruno Latour, Nigel Thrift, Michael Witmore, Dipesh...

Auerbach Was Right: A Computational Study of the Odyssey and the Gospels

22 January 2016

Rembrandt, The Denial of St. Peter (1660), Rijksmuseum In the “Fortunata” chapter of his landmark study, Mimesis: The Representation of Reality, Eric Auerbach contrasts two...