Call for Submissions to 2022 ALA LHRT Research Forum: Unpacking Access
Book review of interest:
Helen B. Kampmann Marodin, The History of Digital History: A Review of Crymble (2021), Digital Humanities Quarterly 17 no. 1 (2023), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/17/1/000653/000653.html
"In Technology and the Historian, Adam Crymble proposes a history of digital history, arguing that understanding the origins and rationale behind the discipline’s development is necessary to lead conversations about its future."
Colin Marshall compiles information about the latest works entering the public domain:
"What’s Entering the Public Domain in 2023: Fritz Lang’s Metropolis, Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse, Franz Kafka’s Amerika & More," Open Culture, January 4, 2023, https://www.openculture.com/2023/01/whats-entering-the-public-domain-in-2023.html
"Do you think the repository landscape is mature enough in the heritage sector? Are the policies, infrastructure and skills in place to open up heritage research through digital repositories? Our brief analysis shows that research activity in GLAMs needs better acknowledgement, established digital repositories for dissemination of outputs and empowered staff to make use of repository services.
"The Open Library of Humanities is very honoured to have been showcased in a European Commission report on business models for sustainable non-for-profit OA publishing. The report, "Operationalising Open Research Europe as a collective publishing enterprise" published in October 2022, was commissioned by the European Commission for their Open Research Europe (ORE) publishing platform."
"Iberian Cultural Studies Associate Professor Isabel Estrada found the uncatalogued book in the Cohen Library prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. The digital edition was edited and annotated collaboratively by Estrada; NEH Digital Humanities Fellow Stefano Morello and students in the Spring 2022 course “Activism and the College Experience” at CCNY.
Call for Applications: PhD and MA Scholarships in Comparative History (CEU, Vienna)
CEU Department of History | Apply for PhD and MA Scholarships!
In this interview, Emory University’s Sarah McKee and Brown University’s Allison Levy share insights from their work publishing digital multimedia scholarship.
Multimodal Digital Monographs: An Interview with Allison Levy and Sarah McKee (Feeding the Elephant, Dec. 14, 2022)