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GUTENBERG 2.0: Making Books for Everyday Life

This is the 2nd of our EH course reports in which Bard faculty document the unique pedagogical approaches that they have explored in EH courses. This one comes from Professor Tabetha Ewing of Historical Studies at Bard. The goals of the course were to: (1) explore the...
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Sightseeing: Vision and the Image in Early Modern Europe

This fall, the students in ARTH 211 “Sightseeing: Vision and the Image in Early Modern Europe” created an exhibition in Stevenson Library on the topic of vision and technology in the early modern period. The exhibition featured images, objects, and books, which were displayed in...
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Generating Algorithmic Poetry

In this post, I’m sharing the python code that Sven Anderson and I used in our “Family Weekend” class for “Technologies of Reading: Human and Machine Approaches to Literature.” We began the class with two poems from an NPR article called,...
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Privacy Performed at Scale

You wear a Fitbit during your jog in the morning, swipe your grocery loyalty card when you checkout in the evening, and share your contacts when you play Candy Crush at night. This “Internet of Things” offers automation, customization, and convenience and, in turn, demands...
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Introducing the Happenings Blog

We are excited to announce the launch of our Happenings blog, which will serve as a place to document and extend the numerous EH projects, classes, and events happening at Bard College.                          ...
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