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Debates in the digital humanities / Matthew K. Gold, editor

Type de document : LivresAuteur secondaire: Gold, Matthew, Editeur scientifique Langue: anglais.Éditeur : Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, cop. 2012Description : 1 vol. (516 p.) ; 26 cmISBN: 978-0-8166-7794-8; 0-8166-7794-8; 978-0-8166-7795-5; 0-8166-7795-6.Sujet - Nom commun: Enseignement classique -- Étude et enseignement (supérieur) Informatique | Enseignement classique Nouvelles technologies de l'information et de la communication | Médias numériques | Humanities -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Data processing | Humanities -- Technological innovations | Digital media | Humanités digitales, Étude et enseignement (supérieur) Voir dans le SUDOC
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Machine generated contents note: ContentsIntroduction: The Digital Humanities Moment Matthew K. Gold Part I. Defining the Digital Humanities 1. What Is Digital Humanities and What's It Doing in English Departments?Matthew Kirschenbaum 2. The Humanities, Done Digitally Kathleen Fitzpatrick 3. This Is Why We Fight: Defining the Values of the Digital Humanities Lisa Spiro 4. Beyond the Big Tent Patrik SvenssonBlog Posts The Digital Humanities Situation Rafael Alvarado Where's the Beef? Does Digital Humanities Have to Answer Questions? Tom Scheinfeldt Why Digital Humanities Is "Nice" Tom Scheinfeldt An Interview with Brett Bobley Michael Gavin and Kathleen Marie Smith Day of DH: Defining the Digital Humanities Part II. Theorizing the Digital Humanities 5. Developing Things: Notes toward an Epistemology of Building in the Digital Humanities Stephen Ramsay and Geoffrey Rockwell 6. Humanistic Theory and Digital Scholarship Johanna Drucker 7. This Digital Humanities which Is Not One Jamie "Skye" Bianco 8. A Telescope for the Mind? Willard McCartyBlog Posts Sunset for Ideology, Sunrise for Methodology? Tom Scheinfeldt Has Critical Theory Run Out of Time for Data-Driven Scholarship? Gary Hall There Are No Digital Humanities Gary HallPart III. Critiquing the Digital Humanities 9. Why Are the Digital Humanities So White?, or, Thinking the Histories of Race and Computation Tara McPherson 10. Hacktivism and the Humanities: Programming Protest in the Era of the Digital University Elizabeth Losh 11. Unseen and Unremarked On: Don DeLillo and the Failure of the Digital Humanities Mark L. Sample 12. Disability, Universal Design, and the Digital Humanities George H. Williams 13. The Digital Humanities and Its Users Charlie EdwardsBlog Posts Digital HumanitiesTriumphant? William Pannapacker What Do Girls Dig? Bethany Nowviskie The Turtlenecked Hairshirt Ian Bogost Eternal September of the Digital Humanities Bethany NowviskiePart IV. Practicing the Digital Humanities14. Canons, Close Reading, and the Evolution of Method Matthew Wilkens 15. Electronic Errata: Digital Publishing, Open Review, and the Futures of Correction Paul Fyfe 16. The Function of Digital Humanities Centers at the Present Time Neil Fraistat 17. Time, Labor, and "Alternate Careers" in Digital Humanities Knowledge Work Julia Flanders 18. Can Information Be Unfettered?: Race and the New Digital Humanities Canon Amy E. EarhartBlog Posts The Social Contract of Scholarly Publishing Daniel J. Cohen Introducing Digital Humanities Now Daniel J. Cohen Text: A Massively Addressable Object Michael Witmore The Ancestral Text Michael WitmorePart V. Teaching the Digital Humanities 19. Digital Humanities and the "Ugly-Stepchildren" of American Higher Education Luke Waltzer 20. Graduate Education and the Ethics of the Digital Humanities Alexander Reid 21. Should Liberal Arts Campuses Do Digital Humanities?: Process and Products in the Small College World Bryan Alexander and Rebecca Frost Davis 22. Where's the Pedagogy?: The Role of Teaching and Learning in the Digital Humanities Stephen BrierBlog Posts Visualizing Millions of Words Mills

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