POSTS: “Seshat: A Digital Humanities Initiative” at Howard University

Kenton Rambsy (University of Texas at Arlington) and Howard Rambsy II (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville) have compiled a series of their blog entries “related to the intersections of black artistic culture, technology, DH, and African American literary studies” for the National Endowment for the Humanities project, “Seshat: A Howard University Digital Humanities Initiative” on Rambsy’s blog, Cultural Front. The entries, which provide insight into the summer workshops offered through the Seshat program, span topics including the importance of blogging, text mining, digital tools, and DH projects, such as:

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