- “History and astronomy are a lot alike. When people claim history couldn’t possibly be scientific, because how can you do science without direct experimentation, astronomy should be used as an immediate counterexample.”
- Re:Humanities: An Undergraduate Symposium on Digital Media‘s CFP for Re:Humanities ’15: Save, Share, Self-Destruct
- Your Questions, Answered: A THAT Camp AHA Preview, which provides an overview of The Humanities and Technology Camps in general (something I hightly recommend anyone interested in DH should attend).
- “Over the years, the digital revolution has changed how oral historians conceptualize projects, how they deal with ethical issues, how they process their materials, how they think about sound and video, and how materials are made accessible. All of this has placed oral history squarely in the middle of the conversation about digital humanities.”
Last, but not least (because I’m excited to get my hands on a copy) is Oral History and Digital Humanites: Voice, Access, and Engagement, edited by Douglas A. Boyd and Mary A. Larson, from Palgrave Macmillan,