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Petite promenade parmi les moutons électriques de #DALLE2

Par curiosité j'ai choisi un sujet léger :
Comment le machine learning illustre ... les #digitalhumanities

Mais avant cela, pour le plaisir :
voici donc un shiba inu lisant l'avenir dans des frites.
Oui. Vraiment. a fortune-telling shiba inu reading your fate in french frie
le sujet est donc :
"in the semi-darkness of the late afternoon, digital humanities scholars reading open science on a holographic screen in an 18th century library with a cup of coffee sitting on the varnished wooden desk , digital art"
#DALLE2 #humanitesnumeriques

à part les visages (point faible habituel du ML, peut être même bridé sur #DALLE2 ?), c'est plutôt convaincant ...

Essayons maintenant en pixel art

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🧵 Group project presentations begin today for the 2022 SFI Complex Systems Summer School! We will share bits and pieces over the next two days...

#CSSS #ComplexSystems
First talk this morning by a team including @JenniferKBriggs @gatesdupont @maikemorrison @davidogara_ @simon_rella Ian Harryman & Haoyuan Luo on their contagion model ("Hopefully you'll see this published later" may as well be the official slogan of this summer school)
Our next group considers online #pornography a strangely under-examined domain for quantitative research & wants to bring #digitalhumanities approaches & multilayer network analysis to bear on it. @gulsahakcakir @AnaVybor @thomas_bssnt @prt_thibault @simon_rella

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Die #Zeitgeschichte hat ein Quellenproblem: Wie können wir das #Internet #archivieren, um in Zukunft die #Geschichte der Gegenwart schreiben zu können? Wir retten wir Webseiten und Social Media für Historiker:innen, die das 21. Jahrhundert erforschen? Mein Aufsatz... 1/5
... in der aktuellen Zeitschrift "Archivpflege in Westfalen-Lippe" des @LWLArchivamt greift jüngste Debatten auf, um Zeithistoriker:innen stärker mit #Archiven ins Gespräch zu bringen. Es geht um digitale Demenz einer analogen Zunft, um Gefahren des digitalen Rollbacks zum... 2/5
... Pertinenz-Prinzip, um Social Media als Gegenüberlieferung - und um viele gute Konzepte, die zu diesen Problemen in Archiven und den #DigitalHumanities bereits entwickelt werden. Die Zeitschrift findet sich hier zum kostenlosen Download 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽…

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This editorial project was a real pleasure to pull together, and we at @umd_AADHum hope that others enjoy these projects and reviews as much as we do! There is such a beautiful story here about the deep diversity of #digitalhumanities work committed to the study of Black life +
As we discuss in our #ReviewsinDH editorial note, this issue is committed to highlighting the work of contemporary "thinker-makers" doing the work of Black art, Black study, Black recovery, and Black speculation— a natural extension of @umd_AADHum's operational perspective + Text: Our hybrid practices ...
Black intellectual work has *always* been distributed across the arts and humanities. #BlackDH roots itself in the deeply multimodal & multivariate approaches that characterize Black thought. Digital arts, digital humanities, digital studies, digital-x can all equal Black Study + Text: Thinking about how we...
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Amidst death and destruction, scientists in #ukraine are racing to save their research collections. More than careers, physical specimens and decades of data represent the hope for a post-war future. @scienceinsider #ScienceForUkraine…
In besieged #Kharkiv, conservation #biologist Anton Vlaschenko has stayed to care for injured #bats – and safeguard irreplaceable collections of skulls and frozen specimens dating back decades.…
Archaeologists and paleontologists are uploading decades of excavation reports, 3-D scans and field drawings to servers outside the country with the help of colleagues including @dai_weltweit and @HURI_Harvard #archaeology
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Tips for authors and publishers to foster interaction with #OAbooks – a weekly COPIM 🧵 series

Chapter 2️⃣: Highlighting collaborative #opensource publishing platforms and authors & communities that have used #annotation workflows as part of their publishing process.

Scalar (@anvcscalar), developed by the Alliance for Networking Visual Culture (ANVC), provides options to annotate video, audio, images, source code, and text.

See their comprehensive introduction for an in-depth overview ⤵

Scalar also provides access to its own API, through which one "can mashup your Scalar content with other data sources, build your own visualizations, or create completely new interfaces for your materials.”

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Its been 2 years now since I began using Roam regularly... quite remarkable frankly. #roam #TFT
My PKM journey has been one of significant pedagogical trials and tribulations. I detailed much of it here:…
The TL:DR - it began as a search for a single tool to manage my pedagogical development as a college instructor and the curriculum I was developing for the 6 courses that I taught.
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Humanities friends, stop using Google Maps screenshots in your presentations! Thanks to Technology™ it's easy and free to make maps from scratch that look professional (or at least professional enough), even with my level of extremely limited technical skills. A tutorial thread!
Disclaimer: I’m not a cartographer, this probably isn’t best practice in many ways, but IT’S EASY and that’s my main priority. Also, all of my screenshots have hideous hand-drawn arrows on them, I appreciate the irony that this is about making images look more professional.
Step one: download QGIS. It’s a big programme and it might take a while, but it’s open source and free forever. You can find the latest versions at…. It doesn’t matter which version, since we’re just going to use super basic features.
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C’est parti ! Ouverture du colloque « Le crime de sorcellerie en débat : définitions, réceptions et réalités (XIV-XVIe s.) ».

Martine Ostorero, Franck Mercier et Jean Hennet qui présentent un traité de démonologie inédit, le De synagoga demonum d’Humbert de Costa

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Pauline Meylan présente une enquête inédite sur la répression de la sorcellerie en Savoie à partir des registres des châtellenies bressanes conservés à l’@ADCO_Archivist ! Au programme une histoire matérielle de la répression: inventaires, salaire des bourreaux, prix des chaînes. ImageImage
Et c’est parti pour la deuxième journée du colloque «Le crime de sorcellerie en débat» 📢🧙‍♀️🧙‍♂️

Alessia Belli de l’@unil nous parle de la construction du crime de sorcellerie en Italie du nord au début du XVIe siècle.

@CRH_ehess ImageImageImageImage
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Ensino remoto tá puxado pra todo mundo, né?
Tenho tentado otimizar o fluxo de trabalho com alguns aplicativos de código aberto.
Aqui vai uma lista de 10 apps que podem interessar docentes e discentes.
Segue o fio 🧶
1. Zotero: gerenciador de referências e muito mais. Nem tenho mais o que falar sobre a importância dele para pesquisa, escrita e ensino.
2.SimpleScreenRecorder: programa simples e leve para gravar a tela do computador. Uso para criar vídeos curtos, mini tutoriais, etc.…
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Daily Bookmarks to GAVNet 07/09/2021…

#tutorial #bitcoin
After the pandemic: perspectives on the future trajectory of COVID-19…

#PostPandemic #COVID19 #FutureTrajectory
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Ein #Impulsvortrag zum Thema #Digitalisierung, ursprünglich gehalten im Rahmen der Road to #Hochschulvision, einer Reihe von Werkstattgesprächen der Fachschaften der Fakultät 09 (Geschichts- und #Kunstwissenschaften) der #LMUMünchen – als #Thread. (0/26)
Disclaimer: Was folgt, richtet sich an ein geisteswissenschaftliches Publikum und ist stark geprägt durch meine persönlichen Erfahrungen in den #DigitalHumanities, speziell in der digitalen #Musikwissenschaft, wo ich seit 2015 arbeite. (1/26)
Der Begriff #Digitalisierung ist abgeleitet vom lateinischen Wort „digitus“ = „Finger“, vgl. etwa .
Finger kann man zur Darstellung von Information nutzen. Mit einem Finger kann ich bereits zwei Zustände unterscheiden: ☝️ = 1, ✊ = 0. (2/26)
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Ihr erinnert Euch? Vor gefühlter Ewigkeit, also am Dienstag, habe ich über Universitäten als Institutionen gesprochen, die im Kern mittelalterlich seien. Universitäten als Communitates also. Das muss man bedenken, wenn man über ~akademische Selbstgestaltung~ spricht. 1/
Die kleinste Einheit an einer Universität ist danach ein Kollegium. Das besteht, minimal, aus Doktor:in und zwei Studierenden: Im Mittelpunkt von Universität steht also die Lehre. Ihr wundert Euch vllt.: Was ist mit den Professor:innen? Den Heerscharen an Lehrbeauftragten? 2/
Professor:innen sind Doktor:innen, mit einer spezifischen Funktion in der nächstgrößeren Struktureinheit, der Fakultät, der ~Schule~. Manche Fakultäten haben die Möglichkeit, ihrer Doktor:innen Lehrstühle einzurichten. Sie bestimmen gemeinsam die Entwicklung ihrer Schule. 3/
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Was ist #DigitalHerrnhut? Das wird jetzt etwas umfassender, denn in der Tat stelle ich schon einige Jahre Fragen, immer in verschiedener Intensität, an diese kulturell äußerst bedeutungsvolle Gemeinschaft der #HerrnhuterBürdergemeine. 1/
Die Herrnhuter Brüdergemeine ist eine Glaubensgemeinschaft, die sich am Anfang des 18. Jh. aus verschiedenen Wurzeln heraus in Ostsachen institutionalisiert. Sie stellt Prinzipien des Zusammenlebens zentral, die zu dieser Zeit als sozialrevolutionär gelten dürfen. 2/ Herrnhut. vom Hutberg aus gesehen
Das sind in loser Folge: Vor Gott sind alle Menschen gleich. Nach der "Tropenidee" ist es dabei zunächst erst einmal nicht vorrangig, welche:r Gott das sei (im Mittelpunkt der Gemeinschaft steht aber Jesus Christus, wir reden von einer protestanischen Gemeinschaft). 3/
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Recently I was asked to write a thing for @PublicBooks, on teaching, learning, and ‘doing’ #digitalhumanities in the pandemic.

I ended up with a #BlackDH essay about ontologies of digital mediation in the anthropocene—which is a fancy way of saying that +…
For @PublicBooks I wrote about new and old forms of loss, of how remembering and forgetting are so tightly tied to experiences of space, to our experiences of natural and built environments. Black Americans have always had a fundamentally multidimensional relationship to space +
In "Black Haunts in the Anthropocene" I contemplate Black multidimensionality as an experience of hybrid temporality, so deep historical embeddness that requires us to constantly remix the present. Everything has a groove, but nothing quite fits together.
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Atualização no Repositório Digital das Humanidades (PT-BR) para a @RedeSciELO…

Através de um conjunto de ferramentas é possível:

1) scielo_scraper: permite definir uma das 8 áreas de conhecimento e raspar os arquivos PDF ou apenas os arquivos XML;

2) scielo_ISSN: permite definir uma lista de revistas que serão raspadas através do ISSN. Assim como na ferramenta anterior, é possível definir o tipo de raspagem (PDF ou XML);

3) scielo_xml_to_csv: seleciona, organiza e salva as informações do dataset de arquivos XML das revistas previamente baixadas a partir das ferramentas anteriores. A ferramenta captura todos os metadados disponíveis dos artigos incluindo as referências bibliográficas

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Excited for the opportunity to witness this deeply grounded and pathseeking #digitalhumanities collab between MITH, @umd_amst, and some of the keepers of Lakeland’s legacy.

This is the kind of project that illuminates possibilities for #BlackDH and community generated research.
As if this weren’t enough, you can follow this convo with a dive into some of the larger structural matters underlying Lakeland’s historical and contemporary claims. Which is to say, you should catch this convo on reparations and anti-Black racism...
The program is opening with Ms. Violetta Sharp, who is fifth generation Lakeland. She describes Lakeland as a vacation community founded in the nineteenth century, sited in what eventually became the larger College Park area. Black families were attracted to the area + work opps
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Recently, @DumbartonOaks and @JSTOR Labs released the Plant Humanities Lab ( We're all eager to share it in loving detail, so here's a thread doing just that. #planthumanities #digitalhumanities #environmentalhumanities 1/x
The study of plants' influence on human societies has two interesting qualities that drove the design of this site. First, it is inherently interdisciplinary, stretching from the arts through the humanities deep into the sciences. 2/x
At the workshop that was the inspiration for this project (, Peter Crane of @oak_spring said, "Interdisciplinarity comes most naturally when you've got a focus: a plant, a place, something concrete that people can bring different perspectives to." 3/x
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Voting for the #DigitalHumanities Awards @dhawards is open 🥁🥁🥁

'Press Picker', developed by @kasra_hosseini @giorgiatolfo and I as part of @LivingwMachines is up for ‘Best DH Data Visualization’…
Newspaper history almost conspires to be difficult data eg. titles changing their name through time
We designed Press Picker to help get a handle on @britishlibrary newspapers - concentrating on the different formats the Library holds (important to know for digitisation)

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I’ve shared a collection of 4 @observablehq notebooks about drawing and animating 'waterlines'—an old technique for showing water in maps—in JavaScript

Old + new #dataviz #maps mash-up: a thread…
Waterlines are a beautiful feature of western 19th Century maps – ripples or waves radiating out from the coastline…
Though they aren’t the only way to draw water – water appears as *so many* different kinds of graphics in maps of the past…
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If you ever wonder, "What's the big deal? Why can't we all be cyborgs? #DonnaHaraway told us we could." Or if you are currently using "cyborg" as metaphor in your poem, monograph, short story, novel. This text message is for you. From an actual cyborg. Screenshot of message. I am texting my prosthetist the follo
Note the way we cyborgs have to take on other/autre self in order to describe ourselves to clinicians. "The other leg" instead of "my leg." It's like putting on medical model's calm, cool affect. Or risk not being believed.
It would be super helpful if leaders/scholars in #DigitalHumanities and #AcademicTwitter would more often/always make this distinction btw "cyborg" as metaphor and "cyborg" as disabled person actually going thru cyborg phenomenology.
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✨✨ BIG NEWS: We are hiring!! ✨✨
Amazing Research Software Engineer / Research Data Scientist positions within the @turinghut23 group at the @turinginst, at Standard (permanent) and Junior levels 🤩

👇 Here below a thread on who we are and what we do!…
We are a highly diverse and interdisciplinary group of around 30 research software engineers and data scientists 😎💻 👉… #RSEng
We value expertise across many domains - members of our group have backgrounds in psychology, mathematics, digital humanities, biology, astrophysics and many other areas 🧬📖🧪📈🗺️⚕️🪐…
/ @DavidBeavan @LivingwMachines
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Want to know everything about #digitalisation in #Russia, or about how to use digital sources and methods for studying Russia? Look no further: The Palgrave Handbook of Digital Russia Studies is now published in *open access*!…
32 chapters, over 600 pages, written by more than 40 contributors. This joint project with @DariaGritsenko and Mikhail Kopotev has been a massive undertaking, but I could not be more proud of the end result.
Here comes a list of the topics covered in the volume. In the introduction, @DariaGritsenko, Mikhail Kopotev and I argue for the contribution area studies can make to the study of digitalisation.
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12 Facts about Disabled Poet, Activist & Theorist Josephine Miles That You Probably Don't Know.

1. First woman to receive tenure at the Department of English @UCBerkeley . This was in 1947. Note: Not first disabled woman. First woman. Period.
2. "In the 1930s, as a graduate student at Berkeley, she completed her first distant reading project: an analysis of the adjectives favored by Romantic poets." Thus she invented digital humanities before #digitalhumanities
2a. Citation from "Search and Replace: Josephine Miles and the Origins of Distant Reading" by Rachel Sagner Buurma and Laura Heffernan (2018)
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