Departments and Disciplines

Lincoln Mullen, Digital Humanities Is a Spectrum

E. Bell, Barriers to Institutional Digital History

Ian Bogost, The Turtlenecked Hairshirt (nomination)

Kathleen Fitzpatrick, The Stakes of Disciplinarity

Matt Kirschenbaum, Hello Worlds: Why Humanities Students Should Learn to Program

Evan Donahue, A “Hello World” Apart (why humanities students should NOT learn to program), response to Kirschenbaum, Hello Worlds

Jo Guldi, Visualizing the Academic Mind

Stephen Ramsay, Centers of Attention

Tom Scheinfeldt, Sunset for Ideology, Sunrise for Methodology?

Jonathan Dresner, Blogging the Revolution

Chad Sansing, Hacking Admissions Standards

Marcin Wilkowski, Hacking the Academy: the Cathedral and the Bazaar of Knowledge

George H. Williams, “18th-c studies” meets “digital humanities”

Adam Turner, Hacking the Disciplinary Divide

Sharon Leon, Take an Elective: Make Cardinal Newman Proud

Chad Black, The Individual Research Archive: Hacking the “Papers of You”

Tim Carmody, La Gaya Scienza

Matt Gold, Hacking Together Egalitarian Educational Communities; Some Notes on the Looking for Whitman Project

John Murray, Destroying Interdisciplinary Myths

Katherine Pandora, departmental websites: hacking the academy by living on the open web