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* Gary Hall, [http://www.garyhall.info/journal/2011/1/12/on-the-limits-of-openness-v-there-are-no-digital-humanities.html "On the limits of openness V: there are no digital humanities"], in ''Media Gifts'', 2011; later as [http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates/text/21 "There Are No Digital Humanities"], in ''Debates in the Digital Humanities'', ed. Matthew Gold, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012.
 
* Gary Hall, [http://www.garyhall.info/journal/2011/1/12/on-the-limits-of-openness-v-there-are-no-digital-humanities.html "On the limits of openness V: there are no digital humanities"], in ''Media Gifts'', 2011; later as [http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates/text/21 "There Are No Digital Humanities"], in ''Debates in the Digital Humanities'', ed. Matthew Gold, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012.
 
* Alan Liu, [http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates/text/20 "Where Is Cultural Criticism in the Digital Humanities?"], in ''Debates in the Digital Humanities'', ed. Matthew K. Gold, University of Minnesota Press, 2012, pp 490-509. First given as a paper at the panel on "The History and Future of the Digital Humanities" at Modern Language Association convention, Los Angeles, 7 Jan 2011. [http://liu.english.ucsb.edu/where-is-cultural-criticism-in-the-digital-humanities/]
 
* Alan Liu, [http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates/text/20 "Where Is Cultural Criticism in the Digital Humanities?"], in ''Debates in the Digital Humanities'', ed. Matthew K. Gold, University of Minnesota Press, 2012, pp 490-509. First given as a paper at the panel on "The History and Future of the Digital Humanities" at Modern Language Association convention, Los Angeles, 7 Jan 2011. [http://liu.english.ucsb.edu/where-is-cultural-criticism-in-the-digital-humanities/]
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* Domenico Fiormonte, "Towards a Cultural Critique of the Digital Humanities", ''Historical Social Research / Historische Sozialforschung'' 37:3 (141): "Controversies around the Digital Humanities", 2012, pp 59-76. [https://www.jstor.org/stable/41636597]
 
* Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, [http://www.c21uwm.com/2013/01/09/the-dark-side-of-the-digital-humanities-part-1/ "The Dark Side of the Digital Humanities"], Jan 2013. A talk given on 4 Jan 2013.
 
* Wendy Hui Kyong Chun, [http://www.c21uwm.com/2013/01/09/the-dark-side-of-the-digital-humanities-part-1/ "The Dark Side of the Digital Humanities"], Jan 2013. A talk given on 4 Jan 2013.
 
* Johanna Drucker, [http://www.mediahistoryresearch.com/digital-humanities-from-speculative-to-skeptical/ "Digital Humanities: From Speculative to Skeptical"], Concordia U, 9 Oct 2015. Audio recording of the talk.
 
* Johanna Drucker, [http://www.mediahistoryresearch.com/digital-humanities-from-speculative-to-skeptical/ "Digital Humanities: From Speculative to Skeptical"], Concordia U, 9 Oct 2015. Audio recording of the talk.

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Associated notions: humanities computing, cultural analytics, humanities 2.0.

Scholars

Events

Recurrent

One-off

Institutions, centres, labs, associations

Global

Europe

North America

Asia, Australia

Mailing lists

  • Ansaxnet, the oldest electronic discussion list for the humanities. Founded by Patrick Conner in 1986.
  • Humanist. Started in May 1987 following the ICCH conference in Columbia, South Carolina. Founding editor Willard McCarty. Publication of ADHO and the Office for Humanities Communication (OHC), and an affiliated publication of the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS). Welcoming message. Search.

Literature

Journals

  • Newsletter of Computer Archaeology, est. 1965. Founding editor Robert G. Chenhall.
  • Computers and the Humanities, Sep 1966-Nov 2004. Founding editor Joseph Raben. The official journal of ACH. From the start invested in computing in the fields such as literary theory, musicology, and art history. Renamed Language Resources and Evaluation in 2005 by the time it diverged away from humanities computing. [8]
  • LLC: The Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, quarterly, est. 1986. Formerly Literary and Linguistic Computing. OA option for authors. The main print publication of ALLC. Published by Oxford University Press. Edited by Edward Vanhoutte.
  • Southern Spaces, est. 2004. OA. Published by the Emory University Libraries, ed. Allen Tullos.
  • Digital Medievalist. First issue in 2005. OA. Hosted at the University of Lethbridge, Canada, ed. Malte Rehbein.
  • Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ), est. 2007. OA. Published by ADHO, ed. Julia Flanders, Brown U.
  • Digital Studies / Le champ numérique, First volume in 2009. Published by CSDH/SCHN, in partnership with ADHO. Rptd. issues, 1992-2008.
  • Journal of Digital Humanities, est. 2011. OA. Initiated by the PressForward project, produced by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. Ed. Daniel J. Cohen (2012-13), currently Lisa M. Rhody, Joan Fragaszy Troyano and Stephanie Westcott.

Textbooks

Monographs

Book series
  • Digital Humanities series of Digital Culture Books, University of Michigan Press, est. 2013. Eds. Julie Thompson Klein, Tara MacPherson and Paul Conway.
  • Debates in the Digital Humanities series, University of Minnesota Press. Eds. Matthew K. Gold and Lauren Klein.

Special issues of journals

Selected book chapters, articles, talks and interviews

History of the field

Reflections and surveys of the field

Other

Early reports, surveys, conference proceedings and guidelines (1960s-90s)

  • Almanacco Letterario Bompiani: "Elettronica e letteratura", ed. Sergio Morando, Milan: Bompiani, 1961, pp 87-188. (Italian)
  • Literary Data Processing Conference Proceedings, eds. Jess Bessinger, Stephen Parrish and Harry F. Arader, White Plains, NY: IBM Corporation, 1965, 329 pp. Papers from a conference held at Yorktown Heights, 9-11 Sep 1954; discusses questions in encoding manuscript material and in automated sorting for concordances where both variant spellings and the lack of lemmatization are noted as serious impediments.
  • Computers for the Humanities? A Record of the Conference Sponsored by Yale University on a Grant from IBM, January 22-23, 1965, Yale University Press, 1965, x+170 pp. Review: Leed (Comp Hum 1966).
  • The Computer and Literary Style: Introductory Essays and Studies, ed. Jacob Leed, Kent, OH: Kent State University Press, 1966, 179 pp.
  • Computers in Humanistic Research: Readings and Perspectives, ed. Edmund A. Bowles, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1967, xi+264 pp.
  • Kenneth Janda, "Computer Applications in Political Science", in AFIPS '67 (Fall) Proceedings of the November 14-16, 1967, Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1967, pp 339-345.
  • Everett Ellin, "An International Survey of Museum Computer Activity", Computers and the Humanities 3:2, Nov 1968, pp 65-86.
  • The Computer in Literary and Linguistic Research, ed. R.A. Wisbey, Cambridge University Press, 1971, 309 pp. Proceedings from a conference organised by Roy Wisbey and Michael Farringdon at the University of Cambridge in March 1970. Papers deal with the issues such as input, output, programming, lexicography, textual editing, language teaching, and stylistics.
  • Computer Applications & Quantitative Methods in Archaeology Proceedings, 1973-2011.
  • Computer-Assisted Research in the Humanities: A Directory of Scholars Active, ed. Joseph Raben, Pergamen Press, 1977, 251 pp.
  • Computing in the Humanities: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Computing in the Humanities, eds. S. Lusignan and J. S. North, Waterloo, Ontario: University of Waterloo Press, 1977.
  • Roberto Busa, "The Annals of Humanities Computing: The Index Thomisticus", Computers and the Humanities 14 (1980), pp 83-90.
  • Ian Lancashire, Willard McCarty (eds.), Humanities Computing Yearbook, 2 vols., Oxford University Press, 1988-90, 408+720 pp. Bibliography of projects, software, and publications.
  • Text Encoding Initiative, Guidelines for Electronic Text Encoding and Interchange, 1994. The first systematic attempt to categorize and define all the features within humanities texts that might interest scholars.
  • David Bearman (ed.), Research Agenda for Networked Cultural Heritage, Santa Monica, CA: Getty Art History Information Program, 1996.

Resources

Syllabi

Related

Spatial humanities, Digital geography, Spatial history, Interdisciplinary humanities, Multimodal publishing, Procedural humanities, Computational humanities.

See also

Software studies, Digital libraries, Classics

Links


Humanities

Fields and theories: Classics, Art history, History of architecture, Anthropology, Semiotics, Philosophy of technology, Marxist aesthetics, Design research, Humanities computing, Structuralism, Poststructuralism, Mediology, Media archaeology, Cyberfeminism, Cultural techniques, Neuroaesthetics, Posthumanities, Sensory ethnography, Media ecology, Digital humanities, Software studies, Modern periodical studies, Accelerationism.
Concepts: Faktura, Ostranenie, Biomechanics, Commons, Postmedia, Evil media.
Related theories: Systems theory, Information theory, Cybernetics.
Writers.