Paige Morgan

January 1, 2016
by Paige Morgan
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2015 in review

  There was a point in my digital humanities learning development when I knew that I wanted a DH job, and was trying to sort out what I could do to make getting one more likely. I wasn’t sure whether … Continue reading

March 14, 2015
by Paige Morgan
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Links from U Toronto DH Roundtable

Yesterday I had the great pleasure of speaking to graduate students at U Toronto as one of the panelists on a DH Roundtable organized by Matt Schneider and Elisa Tersigni. The graduate students asked excellent questions, and I really appreciated the … Continue reading

December 11, 2014
by Paige Morgan
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Thoughts on the Fall CNI 2014 meeting

As a member of the CLIR/DLF Post-Doctoral Fellows program, I attended this fall’s CNI meeting with the rest of the cohort of 1st year CLIR postdocs — a special treat, since attendance at CNI is normally restricted to two people … Continue reading

August 4, 2014
by Paige Morgan
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New posts at Visible Prices

Posting here has been light this summer as I have been freelancing, temping, revising articles to submit for publication, etc. That trend of light posting is likely to continue for a little while, but with the diss out of the … Continue reading

June 29, 2014
by Paige Morgan
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How do you solve a problem like doctoral education in the humanities? (Part 2)

See also: Part 1. Since writing the first part of my response, I have: participated in the “DH for Chairs and Deans” workshop at DHSI, facilitated by Ray Siemens and John Unsworth; and attended a plenary session, and follow-up discussion on … Continue reading

June 13, 2014
by Paige Morgan
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Public acknowledgments, or, everything that goes into a finished dissertation

In digital humanities, it is especially important to acknowledge your collaborators, and to convey the work that went into a particular project. I think that the same applies for Ph.D. dissertations, and thus I am very pleased to include my … Continue reading