Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research /

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Imprint:Cambridge, United Kingdom : Open Book Publishers, [2020]
Description:1 online resource (xv, 267 pages)
Language:English
Subject:Humanities -- Research -- Methodology.
Technology and the arts.
Digital humanities.
Technologie et arts.
Sciences humaines numériques.
digital humanities.
Digital humanities.
Humanities -- Research -- Methodology.
Technology and the arts.
Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Format: E-Resource Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/12591310
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Other authors / contributors:Edmond, Jennifer, editor.
Open Book Publishers, distributor.
ISBN:9781783748419
1783748419
9781783748426
1783748427
9781783748433
1783748435
9781783748440
1783748443
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Includes bibliographical references (page 263) and index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page; Open Book Publishers website; viewed on 2020-03-24.
Summary:This timely volume illuminates the different forces underlying the shifting practices in humanities research today, with especial focus on how humanists take ownership of, and are empowered by, technology in unexpected ways. Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research is essential reading for scholars, students, and general readers interested in the changing culture of research practices in the humanities, and in the future of the digital humanities on the whole.
Other form:Paperback version : 9781783748396
Hardback version : 9781783748402
Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: power, practices, and the gatekeepers of humanistic research in the digital age / Jonnifer Edmon
  • 2. Publishing in the digital humanities: the treacle of the academic tradition / Adrian van der Weel and Fleur Praal
  • 3. Academic publishing: new opportunities for the culture of supply and the nature of demand / Jennifer Edmond and Laurent Romary
  • 4. the impact of digital resources '/ Claire Warwick and Claire Bailey-Ross
  • 5. Violins in the subway: scarcity correlations, evaluative cultures, and disciplinary authority in the digital humanities / Martin Paul Eve
  • 6. "black boxes" and true colour: a rhetoric of scholarly code / Joris J. van Zundert, Smiljana Antonijević, and Tara L. Andrews
  • 7. the evaluation and peer review of digital scholarship in the humanities: experiences, discussions, and histories / Julianne Nyhan
  • 8. Critical mass: the listserv and the early online community as a case study in the unanticipated consequences of innovation in scholarly commu nication / daniel Paul O'Donnell
  • 9. Springing the floor for a different kind of dance: building DARIAH as a Twenty-First-Century research infrastructure for the arts and humanities / Jennifer Edmond, Frank Fischer, Laurent Romary, and Toma Tasovac
  • 10. The risk of losing the thick description: data management challenges faced by the arts and humanities in the evolving fair data ecosystem / Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra.