Announcement: PhD Lab Fellows 2016-17

This year’s PhD Lab for Digital Knowledge Graduate Fellows include: Felicia Arriaga, Sociology Lok Chan, Philosophy Kathryn Desplanque, Art, Art History & Visual Studies Evan Donahue, Art, Art History & Visual Studies (CMAC) Amanda Starling Gould, Literature Alicia Hines, History Mari Joerstad, Religious Studies Sarah Bess Jones, Marine Science and Conservation Sasha Ann Panaram, English[…]

Launch of Provoke! Digital Sound Studies

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: NEW DIGITAL COLLECTION MIXES SOUND STUDIES, DIGITAL HUMANITIES, AND AUDIO ARTS The PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge and the Franklin Humanities Institute at Duke University are pleased to announce the launch of Provoke!: Digital Sound Studies.  Provoke! is a web collection of digital projects bringing more noisy t(h)inkering to sound studies, digital humanities, and the audio[…]

PhD Lab Annual Report 2013-2014

The PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge Annual Report 2013-2014 has just been released. Click here to view the full report. Table of Contents About Mission Structure Praxis Network Support People Co-Directors Instructors Scholars Meetings Events Digital Tools Bootcamp Fresco: That Beautiful Rediscovery “Little Freedoms”: Immigrant Labor & the Politics of Fast Fashion after Rana Plaza Network Ecologies Symposium[…]

#HASTAC2014: PhD Lab Scholars Blog from Lima, Peru

The HASTAC 2014 conference is being held in Lima, Peru, this week! (April 24-27, 2014) The conference is graciously hosted by the Peru Ministry of Culture in collaboration with HASTAC, the Organization of American States (OAS), and several other key partnering institutions from North, Central, and South America. Below are reflections from the 2014 Conference written[…]

PhD Lab @ the Digital Media Learning Conference 2014!

Several PhD Lab Scholars presented at DML 2014 in Boston last week on Theories, Methods and Practices for Open Peer Teaching and Learning.  Congratulations to members from the PhD Lab and HASTAC Scholars program:  Cristiane Damasceno, Omar Daouk, Professor Cathy N. Davidson, Christina C. Davidson, Jade E. Davis, Jennifer Stratton, Duke University (HASTAC Scholars, Duke PhD Lab Scholars, HASTAC[…]

Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist, on View at the Nasher!

Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist, the first retrospective of the American artist’s paintings in two decades, will originate at the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University on January 30, 2014, starting a national tour.  Archibald Motley: Jazz Age Modernist is organized and curated by Richard J. Powell, PhD Lab in Digital Knowledge Faculty Affiliate and John Spencer Bassett Professor[…]