Browsing All posts tagged under »digital humanities«

Deer Sounds?

July 9, 2013

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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, […]

In Sync With Literature: Asking What the Book Wants

April 28, 2013

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The “horcrux” of a literary work is the golden ticket any literary analyst pursues. It’s the¬†light bulb¬†that turns on when the author’s intent shines through the narration and into the eyes of the reader. It’s as though the key finally fits the lock in the dark, and the lock on the front door of the […]

You Are Here

April 13, 2013

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Our relationship as beings to our physical place has driven and mystified us all for as long as all recorded time. Human beings have always depended on the earth to provide food and shelter, but as we have grown we have had to develop tools to help us get more food and shelter due to […]