digital humanities

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Modern Robots that Speak Like Ancient Romans

Here’s a piece I’ve written for The New Yorker’s Culture Desk about a course I taught last semester at Brown and the interesting research project that emerged from it. First paragraphs below, followed by a jump. Come on back here to comment! Hacking the Humanities Last spring, I taught a literature seminar called “Before Wikipedia.” The subject was the history … Continue reading

The Digital Humanities + Islamic & Middle East Studies

Apologies for the long hiatus in posting. If you’d like to know what I’ve been up to, check out Brown University’s Conference on the Digital Humanities + Islamic & Middle East Studies, which is being held on October 24-25. There is a live webcast, which can be accessed via the conference website. I’ve posted the … Continue reading

Digital Humanities and Islamic & Middle East Studies

I try not to mix business and pleasure too often, but this conference that I’m organizing next semester at Brown University may be of interest to some folks. See below for our call to papers, and please feel free to publicize it widely. The website for the conference (still in development) is ** The … Continue reading

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