Digital Arts and Humanities

Digital Arts and Humanities

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  • de la Garza, Armida (Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2016)
    This article goes beyond considerations of digital media supporting identity and community to discuss the ways in which digital technology itself resembles and even parallels traditional indigenous means of producing and ...
  • de la Garza, Armida (Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2019)
    Internationalisation efforts in Higher Education are usually led by the institutions' International Offices in partnership with the academic units at various levels, thus providing an ideal opportunity to promote ...
  • Hsieh, Hungpin Pierre (University College Cork, 2018)
    Translation is a task challenging enough, and legal translation is a task that is even more so. This is because not only is human language unique, but the law is also unique in that it reflects the culture of the time and ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (School of Advanced Study, University College London, 2018-11-13)
    What are edge cases, and why do they matter? Dr James O’Sullivan, a digital arts and humanities lecturer at University College Cork, puts flippancy aside to unpick these uncanny constructs that are born of digital apparatus ...
  • O'Sullivan, James (Los Angeles Review of Books, LARB, 2018-08-03)
    As readers of poetry, we consistently commit the same act of self-deprivation – we associate literary quality with longevity. This emerges from a sort of reverse ageism, wherein the pillars of national canons are often ...

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