Monthly Archives: November 2018

The Southern Rite of Human Sacrafice

This rather unique article shine light on the history of lynching. Donald Mathews argues, “that lynching can be understood as a religious ritual, a symbolic act as pregnant with religious meanings as with political meanings.” Furthermore, the history if lynching is our course conversational, yet in order to have clear and honest debate about its… Read More »

Graphical Approaches to the Digital Humanities

For this week, we read the article, Graphical Approaches to the Digital Humanities by Johnna Drucker. The first main point to outline are the different types of graphical representations that are used. The following is a short list of potential mediums to display data, many being used across the same data which might reveal different… Read More »