Digital Humanities

Caregivers Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed our inability to support those who support others.

Teaching with Digital Primary Sources

Brianna Gormly, Maura Seale, Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Andi Gustavson, Angie Kemp, Thea Lindquist, and Alexis Logsdon. “Teaching with Digital Primary Sources: Literacies, Finding and Evaluating, Citing, Ethics, and Existing Models.” DLF, 2019.

Course: Critical Digital Archives

“The History of the Book in the Americas and Beyond.” Co-taught with Neil Safier and Stijn van Rossem. John Carter Brown Library, Brown University. Spring 2019. Undergraduate seminar.

21 Years of Peace, 21 Million Documents

“21 Years of Peace, 21 Million Documents: Revisting the Digital Portal to the Archivo Histórico de la Policía Nacional .” Tex Libris. January 25, 2018.

Reading the First Books: Multilingual, Early-Modern OCR for Primeros Libros

Abstract

Reading the First Books: Multilingual, Early-Modern OCR for Primeros Libros is a two-year, multi-university effort to develop tools for the automatic transcription of early modern printed books. It is a collaboration between students, faculty, and staff at the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University.

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Higher Education

Finding Your Purpose

Higher Calling is a project for everyone who decided to become a scholar because they believed in the mission of higher education. “Finding Your Purpose” is a workbook to help all of us navigate the contradictions between the work we are driven to do and the conditions we face in our working lives.

Project Launch: Finding Your Purpose

High Theory Podcast presents the launch of Finding Your Purpose: a Higher Calling Workbook for Justice-Oriented Scholars in an Unjust World.

What’s Hope Got to Do With It?

Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Saronik Bosu. “What’s Hope Got to Do With It?” Post45 Contemporaries: Dark Academia. March 15, 2022.

Postcards of Rage and Renewal

As we surpass one million lives lost to COVID in the US alone, we find ourselves grasping for ways to find meaning and grieve while continuing to live and work and care.

Caregivers Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed our inability to support those who support others.

Academic Tarot

Academic Tarot is a satirical response to the coronavirus pandemic and a Major Arcana deck designed to help scholars navigate challenges and imagine better futures. Academic Tarot is a project of the Visionary Futures Collective.

Visionary Futures Collective

The Visionary Futures Collective is a community of humanists working in and around higher education. Our goals include increasing transparency, sharing vulnerability, and working collectively to imagine and create a better future for higher education.

Postdoctoral Laborers Bill of Rights

Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Heather Froehlich, Amanda Henrichs, Jim McGrath, Kim Martin. “Postdoctoral Laborers Bill of Rights.” 2019.

#GenerousThinking

#GenerousThinking was a Twitter hashtag project inspired by Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s book “Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University.” Throughout January of 2020, participants used the hashtag a part of a daily practice of generosity, asking what it looks like to build compassion into the work of higher ed.

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Book History

Reading the First Books: Multilingual, Early-Modern OCR for Primeros Libros

Abstract

Reading the First Books: Multilingual, Early-Modern OCR for Primeros Libros is a two-year, multi-university effort to develop tools for the automatic transcription of early modern printed books. It is a collaboration between students, faculty, and staff at the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University.

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Latin American Studies

21 Years of Peace, 21 Million Documents

“21 Years of Peace, 21 Million Documents: Revisting the Digital Portal to the Archivo Histórico de la Policía Nacional .” Tex Libris. January 25, 2018.

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Advocacy

Finding Your Purpose

Higher Calling is a project for everyone who decided to become a scholar because they believed in the mission of higher education. “Finding Your Purpose” is a workbook to help all of us navigate the contradictions between the work we are driven to do and the conditions we face in our working lives.

Project Launch: Finding Your Purpose

High Theory Podcast presents the launch of Finding Your Purpose: a Higher Calling Workbook for Justice-Oriented Scholars in an Unjust World.

What’s Hope Got to Do With It?

Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Saronik Bosu. “What’s Hope Got to Do With It?” Post45 Contemporaries: Dark Academia. March 15, 2022.

Postcards of Rage and Renewal

As we surpass one million lives lost to COVID in the US alone, we find ourselves grasping for ways to find meaning and grieve while continuing to live and work and care.

Caregivers Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed our inability to support those who support others.

Academic Tarot

Academic Tarot is a satirical response to the coronavirus pandemic and a Major Arcana deck designed to help scholars navigate challenges and imagine better futures. Academic Tarot is a project of the Visionary Futures Collective.

Visionary Futures Collective

The Visionary Futures Collective is a community of humanists working in and around higher education. Our goals include increasing transparency, sharing vulnerability, and working collectively to imagine and create a better future for higher education.

Postdoctoral Laborers Bill of Rights

Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Heather Froehlich, Amanda Henrichs, Jim McGrath, Kim Martin. “Postdoctoral Laborers Bill of Rights.” 2019.

#GenerousThinking

#GenerousThinking was a Twitter hashtag project inspired by Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s book “Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University.” Throughout January of 2020, participants used the hashtag a part of a daily practice of generosity, asking what it looks like to build compassion into the work of higher ed.

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COVID19

Finding Your Purpose

Higher Calling is a project for everyone who decided to become a scholar because they believed in the mission of higher education. “Finding Your Purpose” is a workbook to help all of us navigate the contradictions between the work we are driven to do and the conditions we face in our working lives.

Project Launch: Finding Your Purpose

High Theory Podcast presents the launch of Finding Your Purpose: a Higher Calling Workbook for Justice-Oriented Scholars in an Unjust World.

What’s Hope Got to Do With It?

Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Saronik Bosu. “What’s Hope Got to Do With It?” Post45 Contemporaries: Dark Academia. March 15, 2022.

Postcards of Rage and Renewal

As we surpass one million lives lost to COVID in the US alone, we find ourselves grasping for ways to find meaning and grieve while continuing to live and work and care.

Caregivers Survey

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed our inability to support those who support others.

Academic Tarot

Academic Tarot is a satirical response to the coronavirus pandemic and a Major Arcana deck designed to help scholars navigate challenges and imagine better futures. Academic Tarot is a project of the Visionary Futures Collective.

Visionary Futures Collective

The Visionary Futures Collective is a community of humanists working in and around higher education. Our goals include increasing transparency, sharing vulnerability, and working collectively to imagine and create a better future for higher education.

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Literature

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Archives

Course: Critical Digital Archives

“The History of the Book in the Americas and Beyond.” Co-taught with Neil Safier and Stijn van Rossem. John Carter Brown Library, Brown University. Spring 2019. Undergraduate seminar.

21 Years of Peace, 21 Million Documents

“21 Years of Peace, 21 Million Documents: Revisting the Digital Portal to the Archivo Histórico de la Policía Nacional .” Tex Libris. January 25, 2018.

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Graduate School

#GenerousThinking

#GenerousThinking was a Twitter hashtag project inspired by Kathleen Fitzpatrick’s book “Generous Thinking: A Radical Approach to Saving the University.” Throughout January of 2020, participants used the hashtag a part of a daily practice of generosity, asking what it looks like to build compassion into the work of higher ed.

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Teaching

Teaching with Digital Primary Sources

Brianna Gormly, Maura Seale, Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Andi Gustavson, Angie Kemp, Thea Lindquist, and Alexis Logsdon. “Teaching with Digital Primary Sources: Literacies, Finding and Evaluating, Citing, Ethics, and Existing Models.” DLF, 2019.

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Careers

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Covid19

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Graduate Students

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Labor

Postdoctoral Laborers Bill of Rights

Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Heather Froehlich, Amanda Henrichs, Jim McGrath, Kim Martin. “Postdoctoral Laborers Bill of Rights.” 2019.

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Scholarship

Teaching with Digital Primary Sources

Brianna Gormly, Maura Seale, Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Andi Gustavson, Angie Kemp, Thea Lindquist, and Alexis Logsdon. “Teaching with Digital Primary Sources: Literacies, Finding and Evaluating, Citing, Ethics, and Existing Models.” DLF, 2019.

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