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Jo Guldi: "Maps Before and After the Smartphone: A Global History, 1968-2013"

Date/Time: Thursday, 24 October 2013 - 4:15pm to 5:00pmLocation: History Building 200, Room 303 The History Department and Science Technology and Society Program are pleased to present: "Maps Bef...

Jason A. Heppler · October 24, 2013

Digital History at Stanford

Digital History at Stanford Last week we went live with Digital History at Stanford, a space where I am trying to centralize information about the various digital research and pedagogy going on in the...

Jason A. Heppler · October 23, 2013

Ada Lovelace Day 2013

October 15th marks Ada Lovelace Day, an annual celebration of the achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths. As I read through posts commemorating the day, it got me reflecti...

Cameron Blevins · October 17, 2013

The Digital Humanities on Ada Lovelace Day

Today, October 15, is Ada Lovelace Day, a day to celebrate the contributions of women in computing (and in other science and technology fields); a time to remember the nineteenth-century's fascinating...

Glen Worthey · October 15, 2013

A House Divided

In this week’s post, I want to address a question that I have been asked quite often since coming to Stanford University Libraries, and one that made its way into a comment of Michael Widner’s recent...

Jacqueline Hettel · October 4, 2013

My Alt-Ac Life

I just wrote a piece on my blog about the kind of digital humanities work I do at Stanford. Given the interest in alternative academic careers, I find it useful to share stories about the sort of work...

Jason A. Heppler · October 2, 2013