Signaling Crisis

In the DHSI Physical Computing class, Anne Cong-Huyen (Whittier College), Devin Becker (University of Idaho), and I created a project we titled “Signaling Crisis” for our end of week prototype. This project was a true collaboration; everyone contributed to the ideas, code, and design. It’s also art.  Political art.  I’m usually an analysis person (not a […]

Experimentation in Physical Computing and Fabrication

I’ve been blogging this week about my participation in a physical computing and fabrication course at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute.  Our instructors have been the team of the University of Victoria Maker Lab, directed by Jentery Sayers.  Jentery’s work in critical making and especially historical prototyping has fascinated me for years.  My previous posts […]

Shenoute Manuscript “Pcol’s Rule” Currently Offline

The preview of the edition and translation of the White Monastery manuscript XC 7-8 (K9101 at the Austrian National Library, Vienna) is currently offline.  Check back in mid-November for a revision. I will be presenting on this material at the SBL conference in Chicago in the following session: S17-231 Manuscripts from Eastern Christian Traditions  11/17/2012 […]