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Have You Noticed It’s Primary Season? Political E-Wisdom

How could you have missed it that the 2016 campaign is up and roaring, right? We at the Digital Humanities Initiative can be heard having vigorous political debates in the lab, Monday through Thursday from 1:00 to 5:00 PM, and of course you are welcome to join us, and get some web tips at the […]

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How (and Why) to Keep Your Dissertation Off Proquest

For many PhD candidates finished with defending their dissertation, filing it is the easy part.  But L.D. Burnett found out that it wasn’t as simple as that.  At the University of Texas at Dallas, candidates must submit their dissertation through ProQuest. According to this article, dissertations filed with ProQuest since 2008 have been added to […]

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Digital News | AHA Tuning Project Centers #DH

In the November 2015 issue of the American Historical Association’s Perspectives on History, AHA Director Jim Grossman, reported out on the first phase of the Tuning Project, an initiative that “has helped the Association and 150 of its members think about this broader aspect of history education in ways that can help graduate students situate their […]

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Event | October 26th | Moving Beyond Breaches

New America’s Cybersecurity Initiative and Just Security present conversations with experts in the field of cyber security policy and practice. Monday October 26th, 9am-12pm. Lipton Hall at D’Agostino Hall, New York University School of Law Session 1: The Mechanics of Cyber-Risk: The idea of cyber insurance has been around since the late 1990s but has yet […]

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