POST: Exploring Digital Humanities and Media History 7

Lisa Spiro (Rice University) has written a post recapping her experience at the Arclight Symposium at Concordia University, an event which “brought together film and media historians with digital humanists to explore the possibilities and pitfalls of digital methods for media history.”

In “Exploring Digital Humanities and Media History,” Spiro details the core principles, challenges, and approaches that were present at the symposium, along with links to projects and related research.


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