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Writing History in the Digital Age published in print (for sale) and open access online (for free)

The University of Michigan Press shared this announcement today: We are proud to announce the latest title from digitalculturebooks, Writing History in the Digital Age edited by Kristen Nawrotzki and Jack Dougherty. This book is the third title in our Digital Humanities series and began as a “what-if” experiment by posing a […]

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Writing History officially forthcoming in Fall 2013

We’re delighted to see Writing History in the Digital Age has been listed on the digitalculturebooks siteof the University of Michigan Press and MPublishing as forthcoming in Fall 2013. Also, University of Connecticut librarian and digital humanities advocate Anna Kijas shared this link to a presentation (see also YouTube video) she recently […]

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How we collaboratively copyedited Writing History in the Digital Age

Have you ever tried to coordinate responses to copyediting for an edited volume with over 30 collaborators during the last four weeks of the semester? Thanks to our wonderful contributors and colleagues at the University of Michigan Press, we survived this process. Perhaps it’s worth sharing how we did it with […]

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Words to the Wise: Things to consider when experimenting with digital scholarly publishing (March 2013)

… In view of the queries we continue to receive from other scholars keen to experiment in similar ways with born-digital, open-access, and/or open peer reviewed scholarly publishing, we’ve put together a list of points to consider.  View and comment on them here.

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Seminar on Writing History of Education at Canterbury Christchurch University

Kristen Nawrotzki presented via videoconference to an international seminar on research and writing for historians of education at Canterbury Christchurch University, Canterbury, UK, on Friday, February 22nd, 2013.  In a 20-minute presentation, she used examples from Writing History in the Digital Age to discuss ways in which Word Press with […]

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Workshop for History Graduate Students at UPenn

Sarah Manekin invited Jack Dougherty and others to contribute to a workshop on “Researching, Writing and Publishing History in the Digital Age” for graduate students in the Department of History, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia on Friday, November 16th, 2012. This workshop builds on a prior discussion we organized at the […]

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Writing History in the Digital Age approved for publication by University of Michigan Press

Today we’re delighted to share a message received from Tom Dwyer, Editor-in-Chief of the University of Michigan Press, who reports that their executive committee has approved publication of Writing History in the Digital Age for the Digital Humanities Series of its digitalculturebooks imprint. The contents of our born-digital, peer-reviewed, open-access volume is currently available […]

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THATCamp discusses open peer review & Writing History in the Digital Age

This weekend we spoke about our experience as co-editors of Writing History in the Digital Age at THATCamp CHNM 2012, aka The Humanities and Technology Camp “unconference” hosted by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University. A year ago, the initial stage of our edited volume was […]

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Revised Chapters and New Conclusions from Writing History in the Digital Age

Today we finished posting all 20 of contributors’ revised chapters plus an entirely new section titled, “Conclusions: What We Learned from Writing History in the Digital Age” (co-authored with Charlotte D. Rochez and Timothy Burke). We welcome your comments and reflections on our synthesis of the open-peer review process and […]

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Tim Burke’s reflections on DH and Writing History in the Digital Age

Tim Burke, who participated in the open peer review last fall, recently posted his reflections about the state of digital humanities at large, and our edited volume in particular: The third problem, and the one I think is most pertinent to Writing History in a Digital Age, is that stressing […]

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