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Digital Humanities, Digital Literacies & Digital Criticism

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A collection of essays, academic journals, full texts, criticism, web pages and resources, art, interactive resources and ____ for the further research and study of ____

PeriodO – Periods, Organized. Humanities Data. PeriodO – Periods, Organized. IntrotoDHWebsiteBuilding. What Is Digital Humanities? How the Digital Humanities uses Slack to support and build a geographically dispersed intellectual community. I was invited to write a piece on the Digital Humanities Slack for the London School of Economics blog (link), and I’m crossposting it here.

How the Digital Humanities uses Slack to support and build a geographically dispersed intellectual community

I’m a member of the digital humanities (DH) community—we’re builders, tech users, teachers, and thinkers around digital tools exploring literature, history, and other cultural heritage fields (stuff like 3D printing for archaeology, text analysis of historical memes in newspapers, and interfaces that let readers interpret and discuss challenging novels). One of the more recent ways we communicate is via a Digital Humanities Slack. Slack is a digital platform (web or desktop/mobile app) much like a set of chatrooms for a team of people: you can chat in real-time, and create ongoing “channels” (chatrooms) around specific themes or topics (here’s a good overview of what Slack is/how to use it). The DH Slack was created in October 2015 after a suggestion from Ed Summers, and was built by the channel creation and chatting of its members.

Future Shock: Alvin Toffler: 9780553277371: Amazon.com: Books.

Feminist Digital Humanities

Dhresourcesforprojectbuilding [licensed for non-commercial use only] / FrontPage. Guides to Digital Humanities | Tutorials | Tools | Examples | Data Collections & Datasets Guides, tools, and other resources for practical work in the digital humanities by researchers, teachers, and students.

dhresourcesforprojectbuilding [licensed for non-commercial use only] / FrontPage

Curated by Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara. This selection is not intended to be comprehensive and is under continuous development. Selections are restricted to free tools or tools with generous trial periods. This page supersedes Alan Liu's older "Toy Chest". Future Shock: Alvin Toffler: 9780553277371: Amazon.com: Books. Dhresourcesforprojectbuilding [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Digital Humanities Tools.

Guides to Digital Humanities | Tutorials | Tools | Examples | Data Collections & Datasets Online or downloadable tools that are free, free to students, or have generous trial periods without tight usage constraints, watermarks, or other spoilers.

dhresourcesforprojectbuilding [licensed for non-commercial use only] / Digital Humanities Tools

Bias toward tools that can be run online or installed on a personal computer without needing an institutional server. (Also see Other Tool Lists) Note about organization: At present, these tools are organized in an improvised scheme of categories. For the most deliberate and comprehensive taxonomy of digital-humanities activities, objects, and techniques currently available, see TaDiRAH. . = Currently a tool that is prevalent, canonical, or has "buzz" in the digital humanities community. = Other tools with high power or general application Students may also be interested in online hosting services for their own domains or sites. Electronic Literature Directory.

Computing Literature

Visions of Digital Culture: The Age of Digital Curation. Google Ngram Viewer. Debates in the Digital Humanities. The book, in fact, went through three distinct stages of peer review, each of which required separate revisions: the first and most innovative process was a semipublic peer-to-peer review, in which contributors commented on one another’s work.

Debates in the Digital Humanities

Essays then went through an editor’s review, which was followed finally by a traditional blind review administered by the press. The resulting text reflects the range of issues facing the digital humanities at the present time. It begins with the section “Defining the Digital Humanities,” a subject of perennial discussion within the DH community. Other portions of the book explore the field by moving from theory to critique to practice to teaching, ending with a look toward the future of the digital humanities. The printed version of Debates in the Digital Humanities is the first iteration of this project; it will be followed by an online, expanded, open-access webtext. Notes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Bibliography Bartscherer, Thomas, and Roderick Coover. How%20We%20Think%20Chapter%202. A Companion to Digital Literary Studies. The%20Critique%20of%20Trauma%20and%20the%20Afterlife%20of%20the%20Novel. Network%20Culture%20Ch.3%20%28Terranova%202004%29.

What%20is%20Digital%20Labour%20%20%28Fuchs%20%26%20Sevignani%202013%29. Introduction to Digital Humanities. Lev Manovich - New Media and Remix Culture. Remix Theory. 54 article 2007. 39 article 2003. 43 article 2005. A Companion to Digital Literary Studies. A Companion to Digital Literary Studies.