So pleased to be able to attend HASTAC 2013. Had a lovely time meeting people, getting new ideas, and sharing my work. I'm beyond grateful for all the support this community has shown me - and only sorry a previous conference commitment cut my time in Toronto far shorter than i would've liked.
Hi Fellow HASTACers,
Hard to believe that all the excitement of HASTAC 2013 is over. This was my first academic conference, and as such, I was sure that all my expectations of intellectual growth and camaraderie would be quickly dispelled. Well, I'm happy to report that the exact opposite occurred and I want to send a THANK YOU to all the conference organizers, speakers, panel presenters, and participants who made HASTAC 2013 such an awesome experience.
Miriam R. Martin
From Panel #36 - Pushing Productive Limits: Creativity and Anxiety in the Digital Humanities
Thanks Don, Zoe and Annette, for the great introduction and for being a wonderful team to work with at Vanderbilt.
Just got back from Toronto where I attended HASTAC2013 and had the chance to present a good chunk of my dissertation research and got a lot of good feedback. It was a really intense but productive weekend where I got to meet some very interesting colleagues, hear about amazing projects and even, surprisingly, find people who were into my own research! Thank you very much to all the organizers and participants for making it a great event!
No comment necessary. [Thanks, Tom]
In fall of 2013, HASTAC @ Duke will be participating in a collaborative project as part of Duke University's Bass Connections program in the area of Information, Society and Culture. The following is an in-depth look into what participating students can expect to learn from this interdisciplinary project, which builds on HASTAC's CI-BER research and roadmap.
Most of the photos are taken of land. Coastlines, islands and cities seem to be popular targets. So much so that it’s possible to make out basic continents. This makes sense, photos of clouds over an otherwise blank ocean get old after a while. I'm sure every astronaut has taken at least one photograph of the town they grew up in.
Above is the use of small multiples to show pictures taken during separate missions.