Month: September 2016

  • Grad Student DH Roundtable in Common-place

    I wrote about my experiences doing digital humanities work as a graduate student over at Common-place. Here’s a snippet: While I’ve heard that the phrase “public humanities” makes some people want to set their hair on fire, I’ve found that the investments many digital humanities practitioners place in public-facing work have been particularly important, and I […]

  • GIF Today, Gone Tomorrow: Intellectual Property, Digital Curation, and Professional Wrestling

    The weekend of August 19-21 was pretty busy for professional wrestling fans. WWE set up shop at the Barclays Center for not one, but two major shows: NXT Takeover: Brooklyn II, a showcase for its “minor league” developmental brand, and SummerSlam, one of the main roster’s biggest events of the year. There was a ton of exciting in-ring […]