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Schreibman, Susan

A Companion to Digital Humanities

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This Companion offers a thorough, concise overview of the emerging field of humanities computing.

  • Contains 37 original articles written by leaders in the field.
  • Addresses the central concerns shared by those interested in the subject.

    Taal / Language : English

    Notes on Contributors.

    Foreword: Roberto Busa.

    Introduction: Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens and John Unsworth.

    Part I: History:.

    1. The History of Humanities Computing: Susan Hockey (University College London).

    2. Archaeology: Nick Eiteljorg.

    3. Art History: Michael Greenhalgh (Australian National University).

    4. Classics: Greg Crane.

    5. History: Will Thomas (University of Virginia).

    6. Lexicography: Russ Wooldridge (University of Toronto).

    7. Linguistics: Jan Hajic (Charles University).

    8. Literary Studies: Thomas Rommel (International University Bremen).

    9. Music: Ichiro Fujinaga (McGill University) & Susan Weiss (Johns Hopkins University).

    10. New Media: Geoff Rockwell (McMaster University) and Andrew Mactavish (McMaster University).

    11. Performing Arts: David Saltz, UGA.

    12. Philosophy and Religion: Charles Ess (Drury University).

    Part II: Principles:.

    13. How Computers Work: Andrea Laue (University of Virginia).

    14. Classification and its structures: Michael Sperberg McQueen.

    15. Databases: Steve Ramsay (University of Georgia).

    16. What is Already Encoded by the Text: Jerry McGann (University of Virginia).

    17. Text Encoding: Allen Renear.

    18. Perspectives and Communities: Perry Willett (Indiana University).

    19. Models: Willard McCarty (King s College London).

    Part III: Applications:.

    20. Analysis and Authorship Studies: Hugh Craig (University of Newcastle, NSW).

    21. Preparation and Analysis of Linguistic Corpora: Nancy Ide (Vassar College).

    22. Electronic Scholarly Editing: Martha Nell Smith (Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities).

    23. Textual Analysis: John Burrows.

    24. Thematic Research Collections: Carole Palmer (University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign).

    25. Print Scholarship and Digital Resources: Claire Warwick (University College London).

    26. Digital Media and the Analysis of Film: Bob Kolker.

    27. Cognitive Stylistics and the Literary Imagination: Ian Lancashire (University of Toronto).

    28. Multivariant Narratives: Marie Laure Ryan.

    29. Speculative Computing: Aesthetic Provocations in Humanities Computing: Johanna Drucker (University of Virginia) & Bethany Nowviskie (University of Virginia).

    30. Robotic Poetics: Bill Winder (University of British Columbia).

    Part IV: Production, Dissemination, Archiving:.

    31. Project Design: Daniel Pitti (University of Virginia).

    32. Conversion of Primary Sources: Marilyn Deegan (Oxford University) & Simon Tanner (Kings College London).

    33. Text Tools: John Bradley (Kings College London).

    34. Interface, Aesthetics, and Usability: Matt Kirschenbaum (University of Maryland, College Park).

    35. Electronic Publishing: Michael Jensen.

    36. Digital Libraries in the Humanities: Howard Besser (New York University).

    37. Preservation: Abby Smith.

    Extra informatie: 
    Paperback / softback
    640 pagina's
    Januari 2008
    1134 gram
    248 x 171 x 44 mm
    Wiley-Blackwell gb

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