Nu online beschikbaar: de Companion to Digital Humanities. Bezorgd door Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens en John Unsworth, met als auteurs onder andere: John Bradley, John Burrows, Roberto A. Busa, Greg Crane, Ian Lancashire, Willard McCarty – werkelijk te veel namen om op te noemen.

Hier is de inhoudsopgave:

Notes on Contributors

Foreword: Perspectives on the Digital Humanities
The Digital Humanities and Humanities Computing: An Introduction
Part I: History
1. The History of Humanities Computing
2. Computing for Archaeologists

3. Art History
4. Classics and the Computer: An End of the History
5. Computing and the Historical Imagination
6. Lexicography
7. Linguistics Meets Exact Sciences

8. Literary Studies
9. Music
10. Multimedia
11. Performing Arts
12. “Revolution? What Revolution?” Successes and Limits of Computing Technologies in Philosophy and Religion

Part II: Principles
13. How the Computer Works
14. Classification and its Structures
15. Databases
16. Marking Texts of Many Dimensions

17. Text Encoding
18. Electronic Texts: Audiences and Purposes
19. Modeling: A Study in Words and Meanings
Part III: Applications
20. Stylistic Analysis and Authorship Studies

21. Preparation and Analysis of Linguistic Corpora
22. Electronic Scholarly Editing
23. Textual Analysis
24. Thematic Research Collections
25. Print Scholarship and Digital Resources

26. Digital Media and the Analysis of Film
27. Cognitive Stylistics and the Literary Imagination
28. Multivariant Narratives
29. Speculative Computing: Aesthetic Provocations in Humanities Computing
30. Robotic Poetics

Part IV: Production, Dissemination, Archiving
31. Designing Sustainable Projects and Publications
32. Conversion of Primary Sources
33. Text Tools
34. So the Colors Cover the Wires : Interface, Aesthetics, and Usability

35. Intermediation and its Malcontents: Validating Professionalism in the Age of Raw Dissemination
36. The Past, Present, and Future of Digital Libraries
37. Preservation

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