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  • HASTAC Scholars Application Link Here (Due Nov 15)

    HASTAC Scholars 2022 – 2024Applications Are Open!The deadline to apply has been extended.Applications for the 2022-2024 Cohort are due  Tuesday, November 15th.Join a community of scholars dedicated to rethinking pedagogy, learning, research, and the role of higher education today. The HASTAC Scholars program is an innovative student-driven community of graduate and undergraduate students. This year, scholars will be participating […]

  • Scholar Spotlight: Erin Lane

    Scholar Spotlight: Erin Lane

    Why did you apply to HASTAC? I applied to HASTAC to grow my network of fellow Digital Humanists and to learn more about our field. I am in my last year of my Ph.D. in Spanish Literature and Culture and I know how important it is to seek out opportunities to learn and grow after […]

  • CSI Skill Tree: Cloud Gardens

    CSI Skill Tree: Cloud Gardens

    The CSI Skill Tree series from the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University examines how video games envision possible futures, build rich and thought-provoking worlds, and engage people as active participants in unfolding stories. In our latest episode, we discuss Cloud Gardens, a 2020 game about using plants to overgrow and […]

  • 50 Years of Text Games: 2010

  • CSI Skill Tree: Outer Wilds

    CSI Skill Tree: Outer Wilds

    The CSI Skill Tree series from the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University examines how video games envision possible futures, build rich and thought-provoking worlds, and engage people as active participants in unfolding stories. In our latest episode, we discuss Outer Wilds, a 2019 adventure game about unraveling the mysteries of […]

  • Coming Soon Online and in Print: Elements in the Global Middle Ages

    Coming Soon Online and in Print: Elements in the Global Middle Ages

    HASTAC leader and contributor Geraldine Heng and her collaborator Susan Noakes are launching the first four titles of the Cambridge University Press Elements in the Global Middle Ages next month. The first group of texts to be published are: Swahili Worlds in Globalism; Eurasian Musical Journeys: Five Tales; Southeast Asia: Geography, Networks, Trade; and Global Medievalisms: An Introduction.  Elements in the Global Middle Ages is a series of […]

  • CSI Skill Tree: Kentucky Route Zero

    CSI Skill Tree: Kentucky Route Zero

    The CSI Skill Tree series from the Center for Science and the Imagination at Arizona State University examines how video games envision possible futures, build rich and thought-provoking worlds, and engage people as active participants in unfolding stories. In our latest episode, we discuss Kentucky Route Zero, a magical realist adventure game about a secret, […]

  • When your Humanities are Completely Digital

    For years, digital humanities has operated as a distinct field. There are publications devoted to the methodological and theoretical underpinnings of digital scholarship and university centers designed to cultivate and support, DH projects. Some embrace digital scholarship, while others prefer the analog route. However, this year removed any choice of opting into the digital. With […]

  • Campbell and the Computer: A new approach to AI and generated text

    Campbell and the Computer: A new approach to AI and generated text

    I’m bad to watch films with. If I’m not making facetious commentary or instantly imitating any onscreen lines I find even slightly amusing, I’m spoiling the plot. Even if I haven’t seen it before.   I wasn’t always like this. Like most of these things, you can blame mum and dad. I vividly remember the […]

  • Introducing Salwa!

    Introducing Salwa!

    Hello! My name’s Salwa Kazi and I’m an Independent Researcher. I’m currently busying myself with conferences, academic research and graduate school applications. My research interests lie at the intersection of language, social media, and cultural analysis. I hope this introductory post gives you an idea of who I am.  I have had quite the multilingual […]