The Teachers Who Mattered Most

[This post is cross-posted on the NINES blog] Following last week’s symposium here at UVA, I found myself recalling Roger Lundin’s essay in Pedagogy from a few years ago: “the teachers who mattered most to me did so because of what they loved,” writes Lundin. “As I taught, in other words, I learned I had

Digital Humanities and Your Brain

[this post first appeared on the NINES blog, 10/12/2011] Here at the University of Virginia a group of scholars from various disciplines meets periodically to discuss digital scholarship. We began meeting a few years ago, and we call ourselves EELS (it stands for “electronically enabled literary scholarship.”) At one of our earliest meetings we read