The Stainforth exhibit at MLA appeared in an Inside Higher Ed article
today that covered recent Digital Humanities sessions at MLA14, held in Chicago this past weekend. Clearly, I should have tattooed our project URL to my right arm.
The article covers the diverse content and popularity of DH sessions at this year's MLA, and it notes that more scholars now understand that the digital tools and practices driving their research are DH practices and are important to present to their colleagues as DH methodologies. The article also touches on the "Digital Humanities from the Ground Up" session in which the Stainforth collaborators presented as well as the session that followed, which covered the evaluation of digital projects for tenure and promotion.