HST 812 Web Map Since about halfway through the semester, my main objective in HST 812 has been to produce a preliminary web map to hopefully develop further with the aid of a Cultural Heritage Informatics Graduate Fellowship in the near future.
This assignment will ask you to contemplate how stereotypes of Native Americans have permeated American popular culture from the nineteenth century through the present day. In your daily life, you have no doubt encountered forms of advertising or media that
Project The final digital humanities project that I plan to produce for HST 812 will actually act as a pilot project for something that I hope to earn a Cultural Heritage Informatics Graduate Fellowship to develop further in the near future.
Although the methods scheduled to be discussed in this week’s class may not directly relate to my present scholastic endeavor, several of the optional readings raised important issues concerning ethics that are certainly worthy of comment. The articles by both Sarah
This week’s blog post will likely be on the shorter side only because the required readings did not offer resources that I can see directly contributing to my final project. That is not to say that I did not find
One of the objectives that I set for myself this week was to determine what tool (or tools) would be most effective to use for my final project. No matter what tool I ultimately choose, though, I expect that I will
Updated Project Proposal After much consideration (and a productive meeting with Dr. Rehberger), I have decided to use the remaining months of the semester to begin developing the GIS mapping project that I initially proposed a few weeks ago. To
One intriguing thing that our group discovered looking at Uncle Tom’s Cabin through Voyant was not so much related to what words recurred most often, but what words recurred not as often as you might think. The most frequently recurring
This week’s readings, I must admit, put me in a somewhat difficult position, mostly because I considered them so illuminating. Before taking this course, the most advanced tool that I was familiar with that could pull large portions of text