Lisa Spiro’s New Blog

I’m always looking for good blogs on digital scholarship to add to my feed reader (please email me if you have one and think I may not know about it), and so I was glad to find the thoughtful and well-written new blog from Lisa Spiro, the director of the Digital Media Center at Rice University’s Fondren Library. Lisa’s introduction to her blog:

I plan to explore how digital resources and tools are affecting scholarship in the humanities and consider the potential for digital scholarship. I’ll look at tools and methods, reporting on the ongoing conversation about digital scholarship as well as my own efforts to transform my dissertation on nineteenth-century American bachelorhood from a fairly conventional print-based work to a piece of digital scholarship that makes use of all available tools and resources.


[…] in point: earlier today I followed a link from Dan Cohen to the new Digital Scholarship in the Humanities blog. I’m always glad to read of new […]

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