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Author: Matthew K Gold; University of Minnesota. Press.
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2013]-
Edition/Format:   Website : Document : Updating website   Continually Updated Resource   Computer File : English : Expanded open access edView all editions and formats

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Debates in the digital humanities
(DLC) 2015203477
Material Type: Document, Updating website, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Continually Updated Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew K Gold; University of Minnesota. Press.
ISBN: 9780816677948 0816677948 9780816677955 0816677956
OCLC Number: 880126768
Notes: Title from website home page (viewed Apr. 15, 2014).
Originally published by the University of Minnesota Press in 2012 as a printed book; next vol. to be published Jan. 2016 ISSN 2380-5927.
Description: 1 online resource
Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web.; System requirements: Internet connectivity; World Wide Web browser.
Contents: ContentsIntroduction: The Digital Humanities MomentMatthew K. GoldPart I. Defining the Digital Humanities1. What Is Digital Humanities and What's It Doing in English Departments?Matthew Kirschenbaum2. The Humanities, Done DigitallyKathleen Fitzpatrick3. This Is Why We Fight: Defining the Values of the Digital HumanitiesLisa Spiro4. Beyond the Big TentPatrik SvenssonBlog PostsThe Digital Humanities SituationRafael AlvaradoWhere's the Beef? Does Digital Humanities Have to Answer Questions?Tom ScheinfeldtWhy Digital Humanities Is "Nice"Tom ScheinfeldtAn Interview with Brett BobleyMichael Gavin and Kathleen Marie SmithDay of DH: Defining the Digital HumanitiesPart II. Theorizing the Digital Humanities5. Developing Things: Notes toward an Epistemology of Building in the Digital HumanitiesStephen Ramsay and Geoffrey Rockwell6. Humanistic Theory and Digital ScholarshipJohanna Drucker7. This Digital Humanities which Is Not OneJamie "Skye" Bianco8. A Telescope for the Mind?Willard McCartyBlog PostsSunset for Ideology, Sunrise for Methodology?Tom ScheinfeldtHas Critical Theory Run Out of Time for Data-Driven Scholarship?Gary HallThere Are No Digital HumanitiesGary HallPart III. Critiquing the Digital Humanities9. Why Are the Digital Humanities So White?, or, Thinking the Histories of Race and ComputationTara McPherson10. Hacktivism and the Humanities: Programming Protest in the Era of the Digital UniversityElizabeth Losh11. Unseen and Unremarked On: Don DeLillo and the Failure of the Digital HumanitiesMark L. Sample12. Disability, Universal Design, and the Digital HumanitiesGeorge H. Williams13. The Digital Humanities and Its UsersCharlie EdwardsBlog PostsDigital Humanities Triumphant?William PannapackerWhat Do Girls Dig?Bethany NowviskieThe Turtlenecked HairshirtIan BogostEternal September of the Digital HumanitiesBethany NowviskiePart IV. Practicing the Digital Humanities14. Canons, Close Reading, and the Evolution of MethodMatthew Wilkens15. Electronic Errata: Digital Publishing, Open Review, and the Futures of CorrectionPaul Fyfe16. The Function of Digital Humanities Centers at the Present TimeNeil Fraistat17. Time, Labor, and "Alternate Careers" in Digital Humanities Knowledge WorkJulia Flanders18. Can Information Be Unfettered?: Race and the New Digital Humanities CanonAmy E. EarhartBlog PostsThe Social Contract of Scholarly PublishingDaniel J. CohenIntroducing Digital Humanities NowDaniel J. CohenText: A Massively Addressable ObjectMichael WitmoreThe Ancestral TextMichael WitmorePart V. Teaching the Digital Humanities19. Digital Humanities and the "Ugly-Stepchildren" of American Higher EducationLuke Waltzer20. Graduate Education and the Ethics of the Digital HumanitiesAlexander Reid21. Should Liberal Arts Campuses Do Digital Humanities?: Process and Products in the Small College WorldBryan Alexander and Rebecca Frost Davis22. Where's the Pedagogy?: The Role of Teaching and Learning in the Digital HumanitiesStephen BrierBlog PostsVisualizing Millions of WordsMills KellyWhat's Wrong with Writing EssaysMark L. SampleLooking for Whitman: A Grand, Aggregated ExperimentMatthew K. Gold and Jim
Other Titles: Debates in the digital humanities (Online)
Debates in the digital humanities
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