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The Devil in the Details – DH for Small Data and Close Reading

DigitalHumanities: “What connects Open Source Software development, scholarly edition making, Linked Open Data, and Digital Sustainability? All of them rely our human capacity for managing fine detail as much as or more than they rely on technological infrastructure. Although Digital … Continue reading

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TM Reading list: Legal Realism: Unfinished Business by Ramsi A. Woodcock

Short and punchy:For the realist, legal reasoning lacks the determinacy of mathematics because, looked at from the right angle, anything can be analogized to anything else. Trademarks are like easements in that they are both contingent on ownership of something … Continue reading

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U.S. Department of Labor Updates Its Guidance on “Side Work” and the FLSA’s Tip Credit Continue Reading…

As we previously shared in this blog, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division (“WHD”) issued an opinion letter in November 2018 changing the Department’s position regarding whether and when an employer with tipped employees, such as a … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading: None of the Above

There were massive problems at the schools in Atlanta. Funding problems choked schools from needed capital investments and programming dollars. There was pressure to perform well on standardized tests under the No Child Left Behind Law, with fewer resources. That … Continue reading

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Gonzalez-Salzberg: Sexuality and Transsexuality Under the European Convention on Human Rights: A Queer Reading of Human Rights Law

Damian A Gonzalez-Salzberg (Univ. of Sheffield – Law) has published Sexuality and Transsexuality Under the European Convention on Human Rights: A Queer Reading of Human Rights Law (Hart Publishing 2019). Here's the abstract:This book undertakes a critical analysis of international … Continue reading

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