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The first month of the quarter has been busier than I imagined, kicking off a new class of the DH RPG (Project Management and Ethical Collaboration for Humanists) and wrapping up a paper on the histor...

Quinn Dombrowski · January 30, 2024

DLCL ATS round-up, fall 2023

Quinn Dombrowski December 20, 2023

Geeking Out at Face/Interface 2023

Quinn Dombrowski December 13, 2023

How to Write an ADHO DH Conference Proposal in 2023

Quinn Dombrowski November 14, 2023

About DH at Stanford

The Digital Humanities are a collection of practices and approaches combining computational methods with humanistic inquiry. Stanford has been involved in the Digital Humanities (under that and other...

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AI class final project proposal

Week 6 of "Future Text: AI in Languages, Literatures, and Cultures" has me approaching more familiar ground than the quarter so far. The class, like my non-English DH course, has a final pro...

Quinn Dombrowski · November 8, 2023

Ukrainian Memes at 'AI at IA'

On October 12th, I presented the SUCHO Meme Wall at the Internet Archive with Slavic department grad student Alyssa Virker, as part of the "AI at IA" event. The Meme Wall project is led by A...

Quinn Dombrowski · October 19, 2023

DLCL ATS round-up, summer 2023

I've never needed summer as badly as I did after this spring, and this summer's conferences, family time, and relatively quiet lulls were just what I was looking for. Textile Makerspace Summer brought...

Quinn Dombrowski · September 26, 2023

Deformance and the Library Strategic Directions

The Library Strategic Directions arrived shortly before last week's all-staff meeting: a single slide formatted into four columns, each offering a big-picture statement, a couple sentences of italiciz...

Quinn Dombrowski · September 20, 2023

Finding 'close enough' text

For people new to text analysis, it can be hard to wrap your head around the gap between what's completely obvious to you as a human and what's easily detectible by a computer. Especially when working...

Quinn Dombrowski · September 7, 2023

Coming to Terms with IDEs

This week Brandon Walsh finished up his summer of blogging, a series I very much enjoyed following along with. It was a refreshing reminder that a blog post doesn't need to be a whole production: jott...

Quinn Dombrowski · August 23, 2023