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  • A MITH Digital Dialogue

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  • Call for Fellowships
    as server space consultation on project design project management software selection and other crucial components of any digital humanities project Ideally faculty MITH fellows will be relieved of teaching responsibilities during the fellowship period half time for a year long residence in MITH and prospective fellows should apply to their unit to their Dean to one of the university s research or instructional improvement support award programs and to outside sources for funds to support course buyouts Librarians will be relieved of the equivalent of half time yearly teaching duties and should seek support from the Dean of Libraries and outside funding sources Fellowships will be offered to professors and or librarians developing their research teaching and information studies work in ways that implement and productively exploit electronic resources with preference given to those who have worked especially to integrate their scholarly discoveries and methods into their pedagogy mentoring and library practices Besides working on their proposed project fellows are expected to present their work in MITH s Digital Dialogue series and to become active members in the MITH community Those interested in applying for a MITH fellowship should contact Neil Fraistat Director of MITH fraistat umd edu in order

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  • Agrippa
    and fans An emulated run of the entire original Agrippa poem made possible by the forensic recovery of the code containing Gibson s text from a mint condition Agrippa diskette loaned by collector Allan Chasanoff This is the first public view of Agrippa in its original incarnation that is its custom made behaviors and interface since 1992 direct link An hour s worth of never before seen footage from the December 9 1992 public debut of Agrippa at the Americas Society in New York City during the Transmission event This footage shot by Templar Rosehammer and Pseudophred is the source of the transcription of the text that was released online within hours of the event direct link These materials are accompanied by high resolution images stills from the video screenshots and a bit level copy of the disk image itself all publicly accessible with the permission of Kevin Begos Jr William Gibson Allan Chasanoff Templar and Rosehammer We are also pleased to be releasing a major new full length essay documenting the process of recovering these materials and exploring their significance for the study of the work Matthew G Kirschenbaum with Doug Reside and Alan Liu No Round Trip Two

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  • MITH's TILE Project Funded by NEH Preservation and Access >
    Ajax Based Modeling Platform Development will be overseen by Doug Reside Visiting Assistant Professor of Theatre and Assistant Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities and Frank Hildy Professor of Theatre This the fourth Digital Humanities Startup for MITH in two years As the name suggests this tool is an open source collaborative 3d modeler that will allow users with very little experience to generate a 3 dimensional model in their web browser which they can then allow other users to both view and edit The tool will initially be used to construct an international database of pre 19th century theater buildings but will be intentionally generic so that scholars interested in structures of any sort can easily port it into their own projects CAMP will initially be used as a component in the Comprehensive World Wide Digital Archive of Existing Historic Theatres a collaboratively edited peer reviewed online database of historic theatre architecture from the Minoan theatrical areas on the island of Crete to the last theatre built before 1815 The Comprehensive World Wide Archive of Existing Historic Theatres is an attempt to create the necessary finding aid for these buildings and provide a consistent body

    Original URL path: http://mith.info/Our%20World/mith-wins-fourth-neh-digital-humanities-start-up-grant.php (2016-05-01)
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  • Maryland Institute for Technology
    Linking Environment built on the existing code of MITH s NEH funded AXE image tagger will dramatically increase the ease and efficiency of this work MITH Director Neil Fraistat comments We re delighted that the NEH is supporting the further development of MITH s groundbreaking markup tool AXE and that Doug Reside the developer of AXE will be leading a distinguished multi institutional team on the TILE project along with Co PI s Dot Porter of the Digital Humanities Observatory Irish Royal Academy and John Walsh of Indiana University At the end of two years we will have produced software interoperable with other popular tools and capable of producing TEI compliant XML for linking image to text and image to image with some level of automation We will also put the image linking features of the newest version of the Text Encoding Standard TEI P5 through it s first rigorous real world test and at the close of the project expect to provide the TEI with a list of suggestions for improving the standard to make it more robust and effective TILE will be developed and thoroughly tested with the assistance of our project partners who represent some of today

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  • A MITH Digital Dialogue
    Maryland by DOUG RESIDE How is programming taught at the University of Maryland Are there any substantive difference in the way faculty and staff in different departments communicate the core ideas of the practice This round table discussion will gather members of the campus community from different disciplines and colleges to publicly compare notes and discover whether there are any surprising disciplinary differences or similarities in programming pedagogy Doug Reside is Assistant Director of the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities MITH In addition to undergraduate degrees in English and Computer Science from Truman State University he holds a PhD in English from the University of Kentucky and his dissertation completed in 2006 proposes a theory for textual criticism and editing of musical theater texts and included an electronic edition of the 1998 musical Parade Reside directs all programming work at MITH and has taught three courses on programming for humanities students Coming up MITH 10 27 Mark Sample George Mason The Open Source Professor Teaching Research and Transparency View MITH s complete Digital Dialogue schedule here http www mith2 umd edu programs mith speakers fall 2009 pdf All talks free and open to the public Contact Neil Fraistat

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  • MITH Conference Room, McKeldin Library B0135
    Source Professor Teaching Research and Transparency by MARK SAMPLE What happens when the scholarship of teaching meets Web 2 0 Professor Sample argues the ideal result is the open source professor a teacher and scholar who applies the tenets of the open source software community to his or her own professional life This means sharing conversation collaboration and reflection at every step in the teaching and research process not just with the final product Technology plays a key role in making open source professing possible and Professor Sample will discuss the philosophical and practical implications of such a transparent approach to pedagogy and scholarship as well as possible pitfalls for untenured faculty PROFESSOR MARK SAMPLE teaches and researches contemporary American literature and Digital Culture at George Mason University His most recent publication in Game Studies explores the interplay between video games the War on Terror and the production of knowledge Professor Sample can be found blogging at http www samplereality com Coming up MITH 11 3 Ben Bederson Nick Chen Matt Kirschenbaum The Great Ebook Throwdown View MITH s complete Digital Dialogues Schedule here http www mith2 umd edu programs mith speakers fall 2009 pdf All talks are free and

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  • 10/6 MITH Digital Dialogue: Brad Pasanek, A Dictionary, A Database, A Desultory Reader: Metaphors for the Mind in Eighteenth-Century Literature

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