Medieval Studies Twitter List Revisited

Back in 2014, I began compiling a List on Twitter of Medieval Studies scholars and handles. At that time, I compiled 801 Twitter handles together. Since then, the list has grown in spurts, and now it has 1,068 people and …

Medieval Digital Humanities at Kalamazoo 2017

It’s nearly Kzoo time again! I will be there at Western Michigan University on May 11-14, along with approximately 3000 other medievalists. This year I am continuing in my tradition of compiling digital humanities, digitally inflected, and DH-adjacent sessions, papers, …

Working with a Georectified Map (Part 1: Mapbox & Tableau)

Last year, I created a tutorial for georectifying a digitized map and loading it into Omeka’s Neatline platform. In this 2 part tutorial, we will explore how to load a georectified map into other tools. First, we will put the …

Tutorial: Visualizing Data Using Tableau, 2016 Edition

Today, I gave a workshop called “Visualizing Data with Tableau” as part of the Michigan State University Digital Humanities Workshop series for Fall 2016. The tutorial below covers everything we introduced in the workshop, including: Getting set up with Tableau …