Advancing Digital Humanities: Research, Methods, Theories

Advancing Digital Humanities: Research, Methods, Theories

By: Katherine Bode (editor), Paul Longley Arthur (editor)Paperback

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Advancing Digital Humanities moves beyond definition of this dynamic and fast growing field to show how its arguments, analyses, findings and theories are pioneering new directions in the humanities globally.

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Paul Longley Arthur, University of Western Sydney, Australia Katherine Bode, Australian National University, Australia Axel Bruns, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Jean Burgess, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Mark Byron, University of Sydney, Australia Mark Cote, King's College London, UK Oyvind Eide, University of Passau, Germany Jack Elliott, University of Newcastle, Australia Julia Flanders, Northeastern University, USA Tim Highfield Queensland University of Technology, Australia Alan Liu, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Willard McCarty, King's College London, UK Richard Maltby, Flinders University, Australia Christopher Moore, University of Wollongong, Australia Tara Murphy, University of Sydney, Australia Peter Robinson, University of Saskatchewan, Canada Ned Rossiter, University of Western Sydney, Australia Sydney J. Shep, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand Tomoji Tabata, University of Osaka, Japan Paul Turnbull, University of Tasmania, Australia Deb Verhoeven, Deakin University, Australia Dylan Walker, Flinders University, Australia Mike Walsh, University in Adelaide, Australia


List of Figures List of Tables Notes on Contributors 1. Collecting Ourselves; Katherine Bode and Paul Longley Arthur PART I: TRANSFORMING DISCIPLINES 2. Exercises in Battology; Mark Byron 3. Stylometry of Dickens's Language: An Experiment with Random Forests; Tomoji Tabata 4. Patterns and Trends in Harlequin Category Romance; Jack Elliott 5. The Printers' Web; Sydney Shep 6. Biographical Dictionaries in the Digital Era; Paul Longley Arthur PART II: MEDIA METHODS 7. Digital Methods in New Cinema History; Richard Maltby, Dylan Walker and Mike Walsh 8. A 'Big Data' Approach to Mapping the Australian Twittersphere; Axel Bruns, Jean Burgess,and Tim Highfield 9. iResearch: What Do Smart Phones Tell Us about the Digital Human?; Mark Cote 10. Screenshots as Virtual Photography: Cybernetics, Remediation, and Affect; Christopher Moore PART III: CRITICAL CURATION 11. Rethinking CollectionS; Julia Flanders 12. Methods and Canons; Katherine Bode and Tara Murphy 13. Reading the Text, Walking the Terrain, Following the Map; Oyvind Eide 14. Doing the Sheep Good: Facilitating Engagement in Digital Humanities and Creative Arts Research; Deb Verhoeven 15. Materialities of Software; Ned Rossiter PART IV: RESEARCH FUTURES 16. Digital Humanities: Is Bigger Better?; Peter Robinson 17. Digital Humanities, or Digitally Based Humanities Research; Paul Turnbull 18. The Big Bang of Online Reading; Alan Liu 19. Getting There from Here: Remembering the Future of Digital Humanities; Willard McCarty

Product Details

  • publication date: 10/12/2014
  • ISBN13: 9781137337009
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 351
  • ID: 9781137337009
  • weight: 495
  • ISBN10: 1137337001

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