NiCHE webmaster Adam Crymble was a recent winner of the international “2 Minute Thesis Contest,” and as such has had a description of his PhD thesis at King’s College London turned into an animated video. Besides describing his thesis, “Distant Reading and the Digital Humanities” turns out to be a good, short primer on the value of digital history.
You can see the video, 42,000 hits & climbing, below.
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