MCSI Archive: Brewster Kahle, Universal Access to All Knowledge

The Munroe Center for Social Inquiry presents a talk by Brewster Kahle on November 3, 2015 at Pitzer College titled, “Universal Access to All Knowledge”.
Read more

MCSI Archive: Jennifer Morgan, The Most Excruciating Torment

The Munroe Center for Social Inquiry presents a talk by Jennifer Morgan on September 29, 2015 at Pitzer College titled, “The Most Excruciating Torment: Trans-Atlantic Passages”.
Read more

MCSI Archive: Rebecca Comay: Archive, Inventory, Testament

The Munroe Center for Social Inquiry presents an excerpt taken from a talk by Dr. Rebecca Comay on September 22, 2015 at Pitzer College, titled “Archive, Inventory, Testament: Walter Benjamin’s Arcades Project”.
Read more

MCSI Archive: Laura Wexler and Lauren Tilton, Image, Archive, and Event

The Munroe Center for Social Inquiry presents an excerpt taken from a talk by Dr. Laura Wexler and Lauren Tilton on September 15, 2015 at Pitzer College titled, “Image, Archive, and Event: Tracking the Archive’s Odyssey”.
Read more

Digital Humanities Tools from the 2015 Summer Institute

As part of the DH@CC 2015 Summer Institute topical and thematic presentations were complimented by a number of demonstrations of tools used in the production of Digital Humanities projects. This collection features five tools presented by four digital humanists.
Read more

2015 Summer Institute: Tara McPherson, Digital Publishing

The DH@CC presents this introductory video depicting Tara McPherson on scholarly publishing featuring examples from a number of successful Digital Humanities projects.

2015 Summer Institute: Liz Losh, Topic Video on DH Pedagogy

The DH@CC presents a topic video on digital pedagogy featuring Elizabeth Losh.
Read more

2015 Summer Institute: Laila Shereen Sakr, Digital Activism and Social Media

The DH@CC presents this introductory video on social media and how it can be used as a tool for political activism.
Read more

2015 Summer Institute: David Kim, Datalogical Methods in DH

The DH@CC presents a topic video featuring David Kim’s talk on datalogical methods widely used in digital humanities work.
Read more

2015 Summer Institute: David Kim, DH and Mapping

The DH@CC presents a topic video featuring David Kim’s talk on mapping methods widely used in digital humanities work.
Read more

LICENSING
© 2019 Digital Humanities at The Claremont Colleges.
Unless otherwise indicated, all materials licensed by the CC 4.0 BY-NC License.

DH@CC has been made possible through a generous grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.