Browsing All Posts filed under »Digital Humanities«

Reader as Detective in Paul Auster’s City of Glass

March 9, 2014


For the last ten weeks I have been studying Paul Auster’s book City of Glass and the metaphysical landscape within. The book was of special interest to me because it practically begged me to get inside the text and see what was up in there. The book is fascinating in this way. It is taking the […]

Twelfth Night Comic

February 18, 2014


This comic had to publish in two parts due to length. I hope you will read them both. The first image will appear small at first, but if you click it you can enlarge it to a readable size. Enjoy!

“I Sent Him the Galaxy With Personalism”

December 1, 2013


“You get what you pay for,” they say. And I paid the price when I decided to tackle Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass for my American Lit project. And there were a couple things I took away that I am still trying to wrap my mind around. Have you ever READ Whitman? How long can […]

Deer Sounds?

July 9, 2013


It’s the video you’ve been waiting for! Well I have, anyway. Remember the art/poem I put together for the blog where I used lines of the Emily Dickinson poem which begins “There’s a certain slant of light…”? I mentioned that the app TypeDrawing generated a digital video of the piece coming together. It’s pretty cool, […]

The Cost of Admission

June 15, 2013


For my final project in  my Digital Humanities class with the absolutely amazing and inspiring professor Jesse Stommel, I started reading an article on’s opinion blog about NSA net-use surveillance, because Google Now thought I’d be interested in that. I was. I decided to cull from the article a few lines that resonated with […]

My #hybrid Life

June 6, 2013


Edit 6/6/13: Hyperlinked body of text, explanation to follow. Edit 6/9/13: As you read the following, please know that the entire passage is full of hyperlinks.  My goal was to link the whole thing to illustrate how easy it is to be influenced by outside material, whether it’s course material or apparently unrelated research. It […]

Well Behaved Women Seldom Make THE FUTURE

May 28, 2013


Women have been discouraged from pursuing technology and knowledge at least since the story of Eve – or the beginning of time – or whatever you choose to believe. Regardless, you know I’m right. But think about it: Politics, religious leaders, judicial systems, medical fields, Freemasons, finance, military branches, auto mechanics, etc. Women were either […]