06/16 plain textManuscript accepted at Stanford University Press
03/14 sustainable authorshipThe Sustainable Authorship Workshop publishes Tenen, Dennis, and Grant Wythoff. “Sustainable Authorship in Plain Text.” The Programming Historian.
08/16 git-litGit-Lit awarded Association of Digital Humanities Organizations student travel bursary.
05/15 git-litGit-Lit awarded an honorable mention in the NYCDH Graudate Student Digital Project Awards 2015.
05/15 small axe archipelagosThe project has been funded with generous support from the NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Award.
09/14 science surveyorThe project is grateful to receive generous support from the David and Helen Gurley Brown Institute for Media Innovation at Columbia University in the form of a planning grant for the academic year 2014/15.
09/14 open syllabus projectThe project is grateful to receive generous support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
11/30 rikers botHow Rikers Inmates and Columbia Students Built A Twitter Bot–With No Internet. Fast Company, Innovation Agents.
10/16 open syllabus project“This Meta-Search Shows What Universities Everywhere Are Teaching,” Nature.
How a ‘Syllabus Commons’ Could Change Higher Education”, The Chronicle of Higher Education.
This Meta-Search Shows What Universities Everywhere Are Teaching,” BostonInno.
¿Qué libros se estudian en algunas de las mejores universidades del mundo?,” Europa Press.
Uni-Lehrplan: Diese zehn Bücher müssen Studenten in Harvard lesen”, Spiegel Online.
10/13 piracylabSarah Laskow from Columbia Journalism Review covers piracyLab. The story was picked up by Melville House, Bookforum, and ActuaLitté.
Durba Mitra, a historian of sexuality in South Asia and an integral member of the xpMethod group, will join Harvard’s Committee on Degrees in Studies of Women, Gender, and Sexuality as its first full-time faculty member in the fall of 2017.
Susanna Allés Torrent joins the faculty at the University of Miami, Department of Modern Languages and Literatures.
Jonathan Reeve admitted to the Columbia English and Comparative Literature Ph.D. program.
Aaron Plasek admitted to the Columbia History Ph.D. program.