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|Additional Physical Format:||Ebook version|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jim Ridolfo; William Hart-Davidson
|ISBN:||9780226176550 022617655X 9780226176697 022617669X|
|Description:||vii, 328 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction / Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson --
Part 1. Interdisciplinary connections. Digital humanities now and the possibilities of a speculative digital rhetoric / Alexander Reid ; Crossing state lines: rhetoric and software studies / James J. Brown Jr. ; Beyond territorial disputes: toward a "disciplined interdisciplinarity" in the digital humanities / Shannon Carter, Jennifer Jones, and Sunchai Hamcumpai ; Cultural rhetorics and the digital humanities: toward cultural reflexivity in digital making / Jennifer Sano-Franchini ; Digital humanities scholarship and electronic publication / Douglas Eyman and Cheryl Ball ; The metaphor and materiality of layers / Daniel Anderson and Jentery Sayers ; Modeling rhetorical disciplinarity: mapping the digital network / Nathan Johnson --
Part 2. Research methods and methodology. Tactical and strategic: qualitative approaches to the digital humanities / Brian McNely and Christa Teston ; Low fidelity in high definition: speculations on rhetorical editions / Casey Boyle ; The trees within the forest: extracting, coding, and visualizing subjective data in authorship studies / Krista Kennedy and Seth Long ; Genre and automated text analysis: a demonstration / Roderick P. Hart ; At the digital frontier of rhetorical studies: an overview of tools and methods for computer-aided textual analysis / David Hoffman and Don Waisanen ; Corpus-assisted analysis of internet-based discourses: from patterns to rhetoric / Nelya Koteyko --
Part 3. Future trajectories. Digitizing English / Jennifer Glaser and Laura R. Micciche ; In/between programs: forging a curriculum between rhetoric and the digital humanities / Douglas Walls ; Tackling a fundamental problem: using digital labs to build smarter computing cultures / Kevin Brooks, Chris Lindgren, and Matthew Warner ; In, through, and about the archive: what digitization (dis)allows / Tarez Samra Graban, Alexis Ramsey-Tobienne, and Whitney Myers ; Pop-up archives / Jenny Rice and Jeff Rice ; Archive experiences: a vision for user-centered design in the digital humanities / Liza Potts --
MVC, materiality, and the magus: the rhetoric of source-level production / Karl Stolley ; Procedural literacy and the future of the digital humanities / Brian Ballentine ; Nowcasting/futurecasting: big data, prognostication, and the rhetorics of scale / Elizabeth Losh ; New materialism and a rhetoric of scientific practice in the digital humanities / David Gruber.
|Responsibility:||edited by Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson.|
"Ridolfo and Hart-Davidson have produced a volume that interrogates the most important questions facing rhetoric scholars, teachers who are interested in the digital humanities, and digital humanists