On the necessity of the untranslatable In the summer of 2014, I visited my mother’s birthplace, Forst/Lausitz, an unassuming town … Continue reading
Delivered at the 2016 ACLA Harvard University March 18, 2016 What does it mean to do Digital Humanities in an … Continue reading “Teaching, Learning, Doing DH in a Comparative Context: Promoting Critical Thinking in the Liberal Arts”
Ich bin gebohren anno 1726 den 12ten January in Berthelsdorff allwo meine lieben Eltern sich <(>interims Weise<)> aufhielten, bis ihr … Continue reading Anna Piesch Seidel
This spring I taught another iteration of HUMN 100 to a small group of highly motivated and talented students. Like … Continue reading Student Final Project for HUMN 100-The Humanities Now! Spring 2015
As we gather today in the Susquehanna Valley to share our food with friends and family, we might be curious … Continue reading A Shamokin Thanksgiving
A great deal of the historical and digital work that I have been doing over the last 5 years has … Continue reading Stories of the Susquehanna website up!
Back in 2011, Janine Glathar interviewed me and Emily Bitely ’11 on the ways in which we had used GIS … Continue reading On using GIS to uncover the ‘Stories of the Susquehanna’