New Literary History, no. 1 (April 20, 2018): 119–47.
06/16 plain textManuscript accepted at Stanford University Press.
11/14 piracylabpiracyLab members Maxwell Foxman and Dennis Tenen publish “Book Piracy as Peer Preservation” in Computational Culture, no. 4.
08/16 git-litGit-Lit awarded Association of Digital Humanities Organizations student travel bursary.
05/15 small axe archipelagosThe project has been funded with generous support from the NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Award.
05/15 git-litGit-Lit awarded an honorable mention in the NYCDH Graudate Student Digital Project Awards 2015.
09/14 open syllabus projectThe project is grateful to receive generous support from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
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.
09/18 torn apart“Un portal explora con cifras el drama y lucro de la inmigración en el país,” in Library Journal by Lisa Peet.
08/18 torn apart“Digital Humanities Project Visualizes the Impact of Family Separations,” in Library Journal by Lisa Peet.
08/18 torn apart“News Focus 1 with Roopika Risam: ‘Torn Apart/Separados’ mapping project for Separated families,” in This Morning by Alex Jensenn.
La lucha por encontrar a los niños migrantes arrebatados a sus padres,” in La Jornada by Redacción Sin Fronteras.
Fronteras: Digitally Mapping Trump Administration’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Policy,” in All Things Considered by Norma Martinez.
Salem State professor helps create immigrant detention map,” in The Salem News by Dustin Luca (picked up by AP).
Digital Humanities for Social Good,” in Inside Higher Education by Lindsay McKenzie.
Torn Apart: Mapping the Geography of US Immigration Policy,” in Feministing by Jess Fournier.
A shocking map of America’s vast ‘immigrant detention machine’,” in CO.DESIGN by Katharine Schwab.
¿Dónde están los niños? Un mapa de la separación de familias migrantes in El Periódico by Sylvia Fernández.
Editors’ Choice: Torn Apart/Separados in Digital Humanities Now by Editors At-Large.
Ice Is Everywhere: Using Library Science to Map the Separation Crisis,” in WIRED by Emily Dreyfuss.
Daily Times by Aneeq Ejaz.
PITB Organises Seminar on Knowledge Archives,” in The Express Tribune.
Inside Punjab’s Plan to Digitise its Past,” in Daily Times.
All Set to Digitise Punjab’s Rare Historical Archives,” in The Express Tribune.
11/17 plain textJames Edward Draney calls the work “an important and engaging book … which provides a lucid and legible map to our often vertiginous computational climate” in Los Angeles Review of Books.
10/17 plain text“Plain Text is a vibrant call to rethink the two culture debate in broad cultural and political terms,” Jan Baetens writes for Leonardo.
Mainland Libraries Aid Maria Victims with Money, Mapathons,” Library Journal.
A Mapathon to Pinpoint Areas Hardest Hit in Puerto Rico,” New York Times.
Volunteers are helping Puerto Rico from home, with a map anyone can edit,” PBS NewsHour.
09/17 plain text“Plain Text adds to the impressive work of such computationally savvy theorists as Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, Alexander Galloway, Alan Liu, Rita Raley, and others to make a clear, forceful case for computational poetics as a necessary literary practice in the digital age,” Katherine Hayles writes for Critical Inquiry.
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.
Uni-Lehrplan: Diese zehn Bücher müssen Studenten in Harvard lesen”, Spiegel Online.
¿Qué libros se estudian en algunas de las mejores universidades del mundo?,” Europa Press.
This Meta-Search Shows What Universities Everywhere Are Teaching,” BostonInno.
11/15 rikers botHow Rikers Inmates and Columbia Students Built A Twitter Bot–With No Internet. Fast Company, Innovation Agents.
02/13 piracylabMark Phillipson and Dennis Tenen on “Hacking the Archive” at New Media in Education Conference 2013.
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.