Project Arclight and the Media History Research Centre invites you to a Project Arclight talk: Johanna Drucker, Digital Humanities: From Speculative to Skeptical. Friday, October 9 at 3:30 PM, CJ 1.114, Loyola Campus, Concordia University.
This past March, Eric Hoyt previewed an early version of the Arclight software application at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Montreal (you can read more about that session, as well as other digital projects at SCMS,
This conference report is reposted with the kind permission and cooperation of Antenna. This year’s Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Montreal featured a number of excellent panels that were broadly dedicated to “the digital.” Eric Hoyt (@HoytEric)
We have some great news: a prototype version of the Arclight app has been completed. While we are continuing to refine it for use by researchers and the broader public, the app is already capable of running fast Scaled Entity
The Media History Digital Library (MHDL) has digitized over 1.4 million pages of film and broadcasting publications, including Photoplay, Variety, Broadcasting, and many lesser-known titles. Film and media history’s “big data” has arrived. How can we mine the data, interpret