Category Archives: digital humanities

Has it been that long?

Well – I’ve never really been a blogger. I have a blog. But never got much into lengthy and regular blogging. I shy away from writing long pieces in public internet space unless they are authorized publication spaces – peer reviewed spaces most often. Writing long pieces for me is associated with formal publication – […]

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Radhika Gajjala is Professor of Media and Communication and of American Culture Studies at Bowling Green State University, USA.   My work with what has now come to be termed as “Digital Humanities” dates back to the 1990s when we used to call it “Humanities for Computing,” “Technology and the Humanities” and so on. Early […]

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Working on my statement/bio for the DIGITAL HUMANITIES ALLIANCE OF INDIA (DHAI)

Its been a while since I’ve blogged (yet again). I came back here because I’m writing my para etc for the DHAI that I’ve been conversing with…. so thought I’d try out my DHAI bio here and then tweak etc – what’s interesting of course is that links to my projects from 1995 on (before […]

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Snapchat Lectures for Online ACS 6820

**Warning – clunky videos – not best quality – spontaneous production – typos and sound issues … But we explore …. Here’s the storify explanation for what I’m doing for my summer graduate class in 2016 (This method will also be adapted for the undergrad class later this summer – but there are more than […]

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