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Two Volumes: the lessons of Time on the Cross

(This is a talk from a January 2019 panel at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association. You probably need to know, to …

Web Migration

Since 2010, I've done most of my web hosting the way that the Internet was built to facilitate: from a computer under the desk in my …

Moving (or rather, staying in place)

Some news: in September, I'll be starting a new job as Director of Digital Humanities at NYU. There's a wide variety of exciting work …

A computational critique of a computational critique of computational critique.

Critical Inquiry has posted an article by Nan Da offering a critique of some subset of digital humanities that she calls …

History Degrees since the Great Recession.

Interactive Scatterplots.

As part of the Creating Data project, I've been doing a lot of work lately with interactive scatterplots. The most interesting of them …

Stable Random Projection

I have a new article on dimensionality reduction on massive digital libraries this month. Because it's a technique with applications …

New Site

New article in the Atlantic