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Intersectionality in Digital Humanities

Author: Barbara Bordalejo; Roopika Risam
Publisher: Leeds : ARC Humanities Press, [2019]
Series: Collection development, cultural heritage, and digital humanities
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume examines the influence ofintersectionality on the methods, politics,and ethics of digital humanities practice.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version :
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Bordalejo; Roopika Risam
ISBN: 9781641890519 1641890517
OCLC Number: 1128094185
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Cover; Half-title; Series Information; Title page; Dedication; Copyright information; Table of contents; Illustrations; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Chapter 1. All the Digital Humanists Are White, All the Nerds Are Men, but Some of Us Are Brave; Chapter 2. Beyond the Margins; Introduction; The Lessons of Theory; Toward an Intersectional Digital Humanities; Conclusion; Chapter 3. You Build the Roads, We Are the Intersections; Choosing Leaders; Intelligence and Personality Traits; Deconstruction; Chapter 4. Digital Humanities, Intersectionality, and the Ethics of Harm Digital Humanities and Ethics of HarmDigital Data, IRB, Academic Research, and Intersectionality; Case 1: Portland State University and the Portland Public Schools; Case 2: Facebook, Cambridge Analytica, Mercers, and the Weaponization of Intersectionality; Chapter 5. Walking Alone Online; Background; The Importance of Gamergate; Zoe Quinn and Depression Quest; Being Online; The Day I Asked Questions; The Trolls; Why Do They Do It?; Trolling Celebrities on Social Media; The Violence Affecting Us; Amanda Gailey; Dorothy Kim; Conclusions; Chapter 6. Ready Player Two; Introduction Definitions and PrivilegeGamergate; "MikeeUSA": Feminism, Bigotry, and Freedom of Speech in the Hacker Community; Rise of the "Brogrammer"; Conclusion: Change Is Happening; Chapter 7. Gender, Feminism, Textual Scholarship, and Digital Humanities; Chapter 8. Faulty, Clumsy, Negligible?; Women Letter-Writing Under Men's Criticism; Early Modern Concepts of Women's Education; A Digital Annotated Corpus of Women's Correspondence; Gender-Specific Language Use: Some Analysis Examples; Chapter 9. Intersectionality in Digital Archives; Situating the Author; Introduction At the Intersection: The Digital Archive as a Model of an ArchivesMarginalized Voices in the Archives and the Digital Turn; Intersectionality as a Digital Humanities Approach for Archival Silences; Case Study: Processing and Digitizing the Barbados Synagogue Restoration Project Records; Intersectional Identities in BSRP; Intersectionality of the Synagogue Historic District: Communities Inhabiting the Place; Analysis; Mapping Out Intersecting Lives; Beyond Documents: "Unearthing" Intersecting Stories; Intentionality: Overcoming Archival Silences in Marginalized Populations "Reading" the BSRP Digital ArchiveDiscussion and Recommendations; Map Out Intersecting Lives in Advance; Go beyond Documents; Seek Community; Be Intentional When Pursuing Intersectionality; "Read" the Digital as One Part of the Story; Conclusion; Chapter 10. Accessioning Digital Content and the Unwitting Move toward Intersectionality in the Archive; Introduction; A Note on Terminology; Intersectionality and the Archive; Identity; Power; Marginalization; The Community Archive; Case Studies; Accessions and the Digital; Intersectionality; Conclusions; Chapter 11. All along the Watchtower
Series Title: Collection development, cultural heritage, and digital humanities
Responsibility: edited by Barbara Bordalejo and Roopika Risam.

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This volume examines the influence ofintersectionality on the methods, politics,and ethics of digital humanities practice.

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