Let’s get physical.

‘The real other? Museum objects in digital contact networks’ by C. Hogsden and E.K. Poulter In ‘The real other? Museum objects in digital contact networks’ Hogdsen and Poulter go into the idea of virtually portraying objects in museums and beyond the borders of museums. Using examples of projects at the University of Cambridge Museum of Archeology […]

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Paul Knevel on NCPH blog

MA Coordinator Paul Knevel responds to Jerome de Groot’s essay in the new issue of The Public Historian on the National Council on Public History online forum, Public History Commons: “In our aim to understand the practice and consequences of genealogy and family history, public historians should not only write about the practitioners in the […]

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Session 2: Scholarly Editing in a Digital World: Pushing the Boundaries

In this session three leading American scholarly editors, all experienced proponents of born-digital scholarly editions, address questions central to the future of scholarly editing. It generally dealt with the future, possibilities and problem of scholarly editing in a digital world. The three speakers have extensive experience in the world of born-digital scholarly editions which allows […]

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