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HASTAC 2015 and the Public Philosophy Journal

Last week, I joined some other members of the Public Philosophy Journal project team to present on Reimagining Scholarly Publishing at HASTAC 2015.1 My colleagues from MSU’s Matrix Center for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences intoduced the general ecosystem of the journal (Dean Rehberger, aka @deanreh), provided a glimpse of the user interface experience (Ethan Watrall, aka @captain_primate), and discussed aspects…

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Navigating Academic Transitions

In the middle of what was a somewhat average day of tending to the various digital projects I am currently involved with (See this post on Day of DH2014 for my to do list), I walked into the mailroom of the Philosophy Department and was greeted by an old friend I had been looking forward…

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To Do List for Day of DH2014

(Cross-posted on my Day of DH2014 blog site: The Humanist and the Digital Tool) Like everyone, I have several specific tasks on my plate for this Day of DH 2014. Some of them are of the more run-of-the-mill variety. Others are directly related to exciting and promising projects at the intersections of DH, philosophy, pedagogy,…

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It’s All Happening

After several years of posting here and there, I now have a personal site that will serve as a hub for information and updates concerning my professional and personal activities and as a digital repository for the artifacts these activities produce. Like many others of my generation, I am a professional/person in transition. I remember…