Blog

    Clojure programming language logo
  • Clojure Libraries in ODH
  • November 28, 2022 /
    News
  • My work with The Office of Digital Humanities is as a senior web developer. My teams and I build applications in the Clojure programming language1 to serve the college of Humanities and the Office of Digital Humanities, and utility libraries that serve the university and the broader developer community. Here …


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  • Knowledge at Play
  • October 29, 2022 /
    News
  • In her 2007 New Yorker piece “The Meaning of Life,” Jill Lepore tells the story of the classic American board game The Game of Life, whose first iteration was developed by the Massachusetts engraver Milton Bradley in 1860. Lepore argues that each subsequent version of the game can be read …




  • Goodbye Hummedia! …Hello Y-video!
  • May 16, 2022 /
    News
  • We are currently planning to shut down Hummedia at the end of the summer, and there are a few simple steps required of you to have your collections ready on Y-video for Fall semester (or earlier, if you like).



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  • Digital Humanities Utah
  • March 4, 2022 /
    Digital Humanities
  • Last week, the Office of Digital Humanities hosted the sixth Digital Humanities Utah (DHU) symposium. DHU began in 2016 as an opportunity to gather people from universities around the state—and from the larger region—to discuss the work that they were doing on/in digital scholarship, digital scholarly communication, and more.



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  • The Peanuts Comics Transcription Project
  • January 18, 2022 /
    Digital Humanities, News
  • Comic strips are not generally analyzed because of the difficulty of converting handwritten images into a digital version. Perhaps one of the most difficult comic strips to analyze is Peanuts, an American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz from 1950 to 2000.