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Price Lab Podcast

Price Lab for Digital Humanities

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Price Lab Podcast

Price Lab Podcast

Price Lab for Digital Humanities

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The Price Lab is the University of Pennsylvania's center for innovative uses of technology in the study and teaching of history, art, and culture.

Latest Episodes

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 5 • Minimal Computing

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! For this episode, we spoke to Alex Gil, Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University about Minimal Computing, an umbrella term for a broad range of practices that aim to simplify computing to lower costs and provide greater access without relying on institutional resources.

14 MIN3 d ago
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Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 5 • Minimal Computing

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 4 • DH In The Classroom

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! How do we integrate DH into the classroom in ways that are substantive, critical, and inclusive? How do we navigate the always particular and often messy challenges posed by DH instruction? Nabil Kashyap (Digital Scholarship Librarian at Swarthmore College) and Roberto Vargas (Research Librarian for Humanities & Interdisciplinary Studies at Swarthmore College) joined the Price Lab to discuss their approaches to juggling curriculum, technology, assessment, and available resources — the how’s and why’s of DH pedagogy.

13 MIN5 d ago
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Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 4 • DH In The Classroom

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 3 • Mark Sample - Creative Coding

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! Programming is notoriously goal-oriented: if there is a problem you work to solve it. Creative coding is different. Rather than look for a solution, creative coding asks, what happens if coding is a tool to explore and play. In this episode, Dr. Mark Sample discusses his approach to creative coding. Hint- it includes twitter bots and Walt Whitman! This episode was produced and edited by Maria Kiamesso DaSilva with assistance from Sarah Milinski.

11 MIN1 w ago
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Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 3 • Mark Sample - Creative Coding

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 2 • Matthew Lincoln - Tidy Data

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! We’re all familiar with tidying up our living spaces, but how can data be tidied up? Matt Lincoln is a research software engineer and Digital Humanities developer at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. His class, Tidy Data focuses on combating data anxiety in the humanities by teaching humanists how to handle complex relationships and uncertainty in data, and format their information tidily so it that can be reshaped to drive databases, websites, analyses, and visualizations.

15 MIN2 w ago
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Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 2 • Matthew Lincoln - Tidy Data

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 1 • Dot Porter - Digital Surrogates

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! In our first episode, Managing Director of the Price Lab, Stewart Varner, spoke to Dot Porter, Curator of Digital Research Services in the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. They talked about the course she would have taught at Dream Lab, Digital Surrogates, her background as a medievalist, and the considerations of digitization projects as they relate to paid and unpaid labor.

9 MINMAY 30
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Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 1 • Dot Porter - Digital Surrogates

Dream Lab Podcast • Introduction

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience!

2 MINMAY 30
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Dream Lab Podcast • Introduction

Episode 7: Lisa Poggiali

In this episode, not one, but two former Price Lab Fellows teamed up to talk about digital humanities! Price Lab Research Fellow Emily Hammer (Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities, Archaeology and Anthropology of the Ancient World in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations), spoke with Price Lab Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Lisa Poggiali about the ways digital tools have informed her anthropological research in Eastern Africa. They also discuss how Lisa combined digital mapmaking and social justice in her pedagogical work. This episode was produced and edited by Price Lab for Digital Humanities' Student Worker, Maria Kiamesso DaSilva. Music: "Prisoner of Mars" by Stereolab "Xaleyi"- Youssoupha Sidibe "Hedgeliner" - by Blue Dot Sessions "Messy Inkwell" by Blue Dot Sessions "Lunette Interlude" by Blue Dot Sessions

15 MINMAY 13
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Episode 7: Lisa Poggiali

Price Lab Podcast • Episode 6 • Jim English

Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy. The Price Lab podcast was delighted to welcome the founding faculty director of the Price Lab for Digital Humanities, Dr. Jim English (John Welsh Centennial Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania). A specialist in modern and contemporary British fiction, his essays have appeared in PMLA, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Harpers, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Jim discusses the creation of the Price Lab and his forays into incorporating digital humanities tools and methods into his own research and pedagogy. Music: "Prisoner of Mars" by Stereolab "Wonder Cycle" by Chris Zabriskie "Divider" by Chris Zabriskie "Hedgeliner" by Blue Dot Session...

21 MINMAY 1
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Price Lab Podcast • Episode 6 • Jim English

Price Lab Podcast • Episode 5: Julie Beth Napolin

Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy. In this episode, we are joined by Price Lab's Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2018-2020), Julie Beth Napolin. In collaboration with former Mellon Graduate Fellow (2018-2019), Orchid Tierney, Napolin narrates the story of her work as a sound scholar, radio journalist, and digital humanitst. She discusses the power of oral history, biases built into audio technology, and the importance of investigating how we hear and listen and who is the "we" who is doing the hearing and listening. Her book, The Fact of Resonance is forthcoming in June 2020 with Fordham University Press. For more information: juliebethnapolin.com Music: Stereo Lab - Prisoner of Mars Blue Dot S...

17 MINAPR 14
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Price Lab Podcast • Episode 5: Julie Beth Napolin

Price Lab Podcast • Episode 4: Jessica Marie Johnson

Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy. Managing Director of the Price Lab, Stewart Varner, welcomes Jessica Marie Johnson (Assistant Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University) to the Price Lab Podcast to talk about her work as a Historian and Black Studies scholar. In this episode, Johnson discusses her commitment to black feminist thought, the need for scholars to stay aware of how the general public discusses histories of slavery and ideas about enslaved people on social media, and the ways in which Black Studies has long been interested in harnessing data for social justice. Johnson is the author of Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World (University of Pe...

12 MINMAR 25
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Price Lab Podcast • Episode 4: Jessica Marie Johnson

Latest Episodes

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 5 • Minimal Computing

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! For this episode, we spoke to Alex Gil, Digital Scholarship Librarian at Columbia University about Minimal Computing, an umbrella term for a broad range of practices that aim to simplify computing to lower costs and provide greater access without relying on institutional resources.

14 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 5 • Minimal Computing

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 4 • DH In The Classroom

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! How do we integrate DH into the classroom in ways that are substantive, critical, and inclusive? How do we navigate the always particular and often messy challenges posed by DH instruction? Nabil Kashyap (Digital Scholarship Librarian at Swarthmore College) and Roberto Vargas (Research Librarian for Humanities & Interdisciplinary Studies at Swarthmore College) joined the Price Lab to discuss their approaches to juggling curriculum, technology, assessment, and available resources — the how’s and why’s of DH pedagogy.

13 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 4 • DH In The Classroom

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 3 • Mark Sample - Creative Coding

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! Programming is notoriously goal-oriented: if there is a problem you work to solve it. Creative coding is different. Rather than look for a solution, creative coding asks, what happens if coding is a tool to explore and play. In this episode, Dr. Mark Sample discusses his approach to creative coding. Hint- it includes twitter bots and Walt Whitman! This episode was produced and edited by Maria Kiamesso DaSilva with assistance from Sarah Milinski.

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 3 • Mark Sample - Creative Coding

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 2 • Matthew Lincoln - Tidy Data

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! We’re all familiar with tidying up our living spaces, but how can data be tidied up? Matt Lincoln is a research software engineer and Digital Humanities developer at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. His class, Tidy Data focuses on combating data anxiety in the humanities by teaching humanists how to handle complex relationships and uncertainty in data, and format their information tidily so it that can be reshaped to drive databases, websites, analyses, and visualizations.

15 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 2 • Matthew Lincoln - Tidy Data

Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 1 • Dot Porter - Digital Surrogates

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience! In our first episode, Managing Director of the Price Lab, Stewart Varner, spoke to Dot Porter, Curator of Digital Research Services in the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. They talked about the course she would have taught at Dream Lab, Digital Surrogates, her background as a medievalist, and the considerations of digitization projects as they relate to paid and unpaid labor.

9 MINMAY 30
Comments
Dream Lab Podcast • Episode 1 • Dot Porter - Digital Surrogates

Dream Lab Podcast • Introduction

This year, Price Lab's week-long digital humanities training institute Dream Lab was canceled due to safety concerns around COVID-19. We created this series of podcasts not as a replacement, but rather to introduce you to some of the people who make Dream Lab such a great experience!

2 MINMAY 30
Comments
Dream Lab Podcast • Introduction

Episode 7: Lisa Poggiali

In this episode, not one, but two former Price Lab Fellows teamed up to talk about digital humanities! Price Lab Research Fellow Emily Hammer (Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities, Archaeology and Anthropology of the Ancient World in the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations), spoke with Price Lab Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow Lisa Poggiali about the ways digital tools have informed her anthropological research in Eastern Africa. They also discuss how Lisa combined digital mapmaking and social justice in her pedagogical work. This episode was produced and edited by Price Lab for Digital Humanities' Student Worker, Maria Kiamesso DaSilva. Music: "Prisoner of Mars" by Stereolab "Xaleyi"- Youssoupha Sidibe "Hedgeliner" - by Blue Dot Sessions "Messy Inkwell" by Blue Dot Sessions "Lunette Interlude" by Blue Dot Sessions

15 MINMAY 13
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Episode 7: Lisa Poggiali

Price Lab Podcast • Episode 6 • Jim English

Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy. The Price Lab podcast was delighted to welcome the founding faculty director of the Price Lab for Digital Humanities, Dr. Jim English (John Welsh Centennial Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania). A specialist in modern and contemporary British fiction, his essays have appeared in PMLA, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Harpers, and the Los Angeles Review of Books. Jim discusses the creation of the Price Lab and his forays into incorporating digital humanities tools and methods into his own research and pedagogy. Music: "Prisoner of Mars" by Stereolab "Wonder Cycle" by Chris Zabriskie "Divider" by Chris Zabriskie "Hedgeliner" by Blue Dot Session...

21 MINMAY 1
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Price Lab Podcast • Episode 6 • Jim English

Price Lab Podcast • Episode 5: Julie Beth Napolin

Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy. In this episode, we are joined by Price Lab's Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow (2018-2020), Julie Beth Napolin. In collaboration with former Mellon Graduate Fellow (2018-2019), Orchid Tierney, Napolin narrates the story of her work as a sound scholar, radio journalist, and digital humanitst. She discusses the power of oral history, biases built into audio technology, and the importance of investigating how we hear and listen and who is the "we" who is doing the hearing and listening. Her book, The Fact of Resonance is forthcoming in June 2020 with Fordham University Press. For more information: juliebethnapolin.com Music: Stereo Lab - Prisoner of Mars Blue Dot S...

17 MINAPR 14
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Price Lab Podcast • Episode 5: Julie Beth Napolin

Price Lab Podcast • Episode 4: Jessica Marie Johnson

Welcome to the Price Lab Podcast, a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy. Managing Director of the Price Lab, Stewart Varner, welcomes Jessica Marie Johnson (Assistant Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University) to the Price Lab Podcast to talk about her work as a Historian and Black Studies scholar. In this episode, Johnson discusses her commitment to black feminist thought, the need for scholars to stay aware of how the general public discusses histories of slavery and ideas about enslaved people on social media, and the ways in which Black Studies has long been interested in harnessing data for social justice. Johnson is the author of Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World (University of Pe...

12 MINMAR 25
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Price Lab Podcast • Episode 4: Jessica Marie Johnson
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