Author Archives: sblickhan

Using Open Rev in the Humanities Classroom

So here’s the thing: everyone decides to start a blog when they’re in grad school. Here’s another thing: finishing a Ph.D. takes up all your time. If you have a blog and managed to keep it up throughout the process of … Continue reading

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Technology in Higher Education

(This was originally written as part of the requirement for Royal Holloway’s Programme in Skills of Teaching to Inspire Learning (inSTIL) course) This post was inspired by Janine Utell’s ‘Making a Space for the Digital and the Scholarly: The Editor … Continue reading

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September Conference Review (Part 3: DigiPal)

This is Part 3 of a series of posts informally reviewing three conferences I attended (giving papers at two) in September. For Part 1, click here. For Part 2, click here. The Noises of Art: Audiovisual Practice in History, Theory … Continue reading

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September Conference Review (Part 2: Music in Western Europe, 1150-1350)

This is Part 2 of a series of posts informally reviewing three conferences I attended (giving papers at two) in September. For Part 1, click here. For Part 3, click here.  The Noises of Art: Audiovisual Practice in History, Theory … Continue reading

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September Conference Review (Part 1: Noises of Art)

This is Part 1 of a series of posts informally reviewing three conferences I attended (giving papers at two) in September. For Part 2, click here. For Part 3, click here.  The Noises of Art: Audiovisual Practice in History, Theory … Continue reading

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Modern Musical Expectation, or, Why Doesn’t This Sound Like The Recording?

This post is in response to a piece entitled ‘What’s Lost When Everything Is Recorded?’ by Quentin Hardy, from the Bits blog at the New York Times.  — The year after I finished college, I hung around town. I took … Continue reading

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Music ‘Notation’ for the Facebook Generation?

http://www.djtechtools.com/2013/08/08/mad-zachs-evil-lurks-soundpack-interactive-ableton-lesson/ The web site/forum/blog/store DJ TechTools is ‘taking music releases to the next level’. And the concept is certainly intriguing, if not entirely unique. Mad Zach’s new release ‘Evil Lurks on a Summer Day’ will, instead of being released through a … Continue reading

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