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Welcome! About the Programming Historian. Literacies. Top 10 Clever Google Search Tricks. A gentle introduction to historical data analysis. It's surprisingly easy to use tools to explore texts and greatly improve research efficiency and open new research doors.
The following techniques are incredibly useful for a small to intermediate amount of text. These techniques do not scale up to handle huge amounts of data, but then again most historians don't work with huge amounts of data. One example is using Voyant to explore a single text or set of texts. Let's say I want to explore the use of poison in the 19th century. First, we need digitized source material that might tell us something. Look for words that might be informative. Hardly a groundbreaking discovery, but it's a quick, targeted approach to making sense of documents on a scale not possible without computer mediation, but without expecting the machine to find interesting patterns on its own. Get a Life, PhD: How To Avoid Spending All of Your Time Teaching: Seven Tips for Efficient Teaching.
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The French Revolution itself produced scores of documents by participants, spectators, and critics. These materials include texts of all sorts – legal documents, pamphlet literature, belles lettres, musical compositions, and a rich imagery. Dispersed in libraries and archives, hidden in documental series and in short individual pamphlets, this diverse documentary heritage can now be offered to scholars in a digital format. The French Revolution Digital Archive brings together two foundational sources for research: the Archives parlementaires (hereafter AP) and a vast collection of images selected from the collections of the Bibliothèque nationale de France.
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I have a joint appointment at the department of Near Eastern Studies and the Frankel Center for Judaic Studies. I studied at the Hebrew University and completed my PhD at UC Berkeley. I was a visiting scholar at Harvard, Ben Gurion and Tel Aviv universities. As a specialist in modern Hebrew and Jewish literature and culture, I am interested in Hebrew literature written in Palestine/Israel, Europe and America, as well as Jewish literature in Yiddish, English, German and other languages . I am the author of the award-winning book Literary Passports: The Making of Modernism Hebrew Fiction in Europe (Stanford, 2011). Open HGIS Lessons and Resources. The Atlantic Networks Project. The History Major in a Digital Age. Teaching Posted by W.
Caleb McDaniel on January 4, 2015 I delivered a version of these comments as part of a roundtable at the AHA 2015 meeting in New York City, which posed the question, “Whither the History Major?” My comments focused on what the history major looks like in a “digital age.” In the delivered talk, I focus more on how “capstone” projects might change to reflect digital changes in the landscape of history.