A recent study that analyzed the faces within 3,389 issues of Time magazine published between the years of 1923 and 2014 found that the majority of faces represented belonged to white men.
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New digital mapping research reveals that the Toruń dunes in Poland have shrunk 60.2% in the most urbanized part of the city.
https://astatedh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Image20200317001.png8302501Elizabeth Chamberlainhttp://astatedh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Digital-Humanities-circle-293x300.pngElizabeth Chamberlain2020-03-17 16:57:062020-10-06 20:00:21Historical Digital Mapping Reveals Massive Human Destruction of Polish Dunes in the 20th Century
The Torn Apart/Separados mapping project visually represents the consequences of President Trump’s immigration laws and enforcement of immigrant child separation.
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An analysis of 30 million Dutch newspapers found that advertisements do shape articles--but it also works the other way around.
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A recent blog written by Ewan McAndrew, a Wikimedian in Residence at the University of Edinburgh, declares that students from different disciplines and backgrounds can help close the knowledge and representation gap by contributing their scholarship to Wikipedia.
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Susana at Indigenous Engineering found that words like “tomahawk” and “Pocahottie” were far more common than mentions of tribal sovereignty and citizenship.
https://astatedh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/unnamed.png255512Elizabeth Chamberlainhttp://astatedh.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Digital-Humanities-circle-293x300.pngElizabeth Chamberlain2020-03-10 23:44:422020-10-13 19:07:57Cherokee Stereotypes Outnumber Positive Mentions by Three Times on Twitter