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A Gospel of Health and Salvation
By Jeri E. Wieringa A Gospel of Health and Salvation is a work of digital history — defined as the critical application of computational technologies to the study of the past — focused on the relationship between time and gender in Seventh-day Adventism. via Pocket
diss  interactive  publishing  python 
25 days ago by kintopp
How Not to Reform Humanities Scholarship - The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Modern Language Association—the principal organization representing the disciplines of English and foreign languages—held its annual convention in January, and while the event was in session, I received calls from a handful of deans and department chairs. via Pocket
academy  debates  diss  humanities  open  access  publishing 
february 2017 by kintopp
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In early 2012, a neuropathologist named Daniel Perl was examining a slide of human brain tissue when he saw something odd and unfamiliar in the wormlike squiggles and folds. It looked like brown dust; a distinctive pattern of tiny scars. Perl was intrigued. via Pocket
diss 
june 2016 by kintopp
organisciak/dissertation · GitHub
What's it about? Maximizing data quality in using paid crowds for objective and subjective encoding tasks. Read the Abstract. This project outlines Peter's dissertation research and writing. via Pocket
crowdsourcing  diss 
september 2015 by kintopp
The future of PhDs | The University of Chicago Magazine
There have long been more doctoral candidates than tenure-track positions available. In the humanities especially, landing an academic job has gotten more difficult. via Pocket
academy  altac  debates  diss 
october 2014 by kintopp
How Not to Reform Humanities Scholarship - Run Your Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Modern Language Association—the principal organization representing the disciplines of English and foreign languages—held its annual convention in January, and while the event was in session, I received calls from a handful of deans and department chairs. via Pocket
academy  diss  humanities  open  access  publishing  debates 
september 2014 by kintopp

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