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Oral History and Clio: Connecting Oral History, Sense of Place, and a Public Audience

Digital technologies have created the opportunity to share oral history interviews in new ways, as evidenced by the many projects we discuss here on the blog and in the journal’s media reviews. The educational nonprofit, Clio, offers a place-based website and mobile interface to experience history where it happened. A recent update allows integration of […]

1txxLB94UGZBNmXBJXIF03 oupacademic: Michael J. Kramer, author of The Republic of Rock, has compiled a Spotify playlist of a few of the most influential songs of the modern American history and society. Learn more about his selections on the OUPblog.

pbsthisdayinhistory: cheatsheet: cloudyskiesandcatharsis: Fictitious Dishes, Famous Meals From Literature by Dinah Fried I’ll have a Moby Dick to start and an On The Road for dessert, please. Sign me up for The Bell Jar and Heidi.

Research Beyond Google: 119 Authoritative, Invisible, and Comprehensive Resources

Research Beyond Google: 119 Authoritative, Invisible, and Comprehensive Resources Got a research paper or thesis to write for school or an onlineclass? Want to research using the Internet? Good luck. There’s a lot of junk out there — outdated pages, broken links, and inaccurate information. Using Google or Wikipedia may lead you to some results, […]

What Digital Humanists Do

What Digital Humanists Do naturarerum: An excellent run-down of types of projects, considerations, & examples. Inspired by Miriam Posner’s informative, “How Did They Make That?”, this post answers the equally ubiquitous question (one I often wonder myself), "Why did they make that?“

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