Collection: Doing Digital Humanities: Practice, Training, Research

This collection is intended for scholars, students, practitioners, developers, administrators, and members of the public who are creating, supporting, or evaluating digital humanities scholarship. Doing Digital Humanities provides accessible introductions to the theoretical, technical, and social underpinnings of the field, alongside resources for starting digital humanities projects, including training materials and exercises, further readings, and … Read More

Writing: Publications, Presentations, and More

Peer-reviewed Articles and Chapters “Staging Gentility at the Columbian Exposition: White Masculinity on and off the Midway.” Meet Me At the Fair: A World’s Fair Reader. Ed. Celia Pearce, Laura Hollengreen, Rebecca Rouse, and Bobby Schweizer. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Mellon University. 2014. MacKinnon, Emily and Constance Crompton. “The Gender of Lying: Feminist Perspectives on the … Read More