Updated reading list

Helen J Burgess:
New Media in the Academy: Labor and the Production of Knowledge in Scholarly Multimedia
Helen J. Burgess, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Jeanne Hamming, Centenary College of Louisiana Ryan Cordell and others on Twitter and other electronic innovations: Prof Hacker (this is a blog at Chronicle.com)

Julia Flanders:
“The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship” Digital Humanities Quarterly 3.3 (Summer 2009)

Digital Humanities and the Politics of Scholarly Work Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities and Social Sciences (DAIA) 2005 Nov; 66 (5): 1748. Brown U, 2005 Abstract no: DA3174600

Electronic Access: http://dev.stg.brown.edu/staff/Julia_Flanders/pubs/flanders_dissertation.xhtml

Brett Hirsch, The Kingdom has been Digitized: Electronic Editions of Renaissance Drama and the Long Shadows of Shakespeare and Print 1. Article first published online: 2 SEP 2011

Literature Compass Volume 8, Issue 9, pages 568–591, September 2011

Matthew Kirschenbaum. “What is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in English Departments?” ADE Bulletin, 150, 2010. http://mkirschenbaum.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/ade-final.pdf

Katherine Rowe:
Crowd-Sourcing Shakespeare: Screen Work and Screen Play in Second Life Shakespeare Studies (Cranbury, NJ) (ShakS) 2010; 38: 58-67.
Shakespeare and New Media [Special Issue]
Rowe, Katherine (ed.)
Shakespeare Quarterly (SQ) 2010 Fall; 61 (3): 289-414. javascript:__doLinkPostBack(”,’mdb%7E%7Emzh%7C%7Cjdb%7E%7Emzhjn%7C%7Css%7E%7ETA %22SQ%22%7C%7Csl%7E%7Ejf’,”); Electronic Access: http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/shakespeare_quarterly/toc/shq.61.3.html DOI: 10.1353/shq.2010.0007

Mary Nell Smith: “Surveying Our Divides, Discerning New Directions in Digital Humanities” in Textologies, ed. Travis Kroeker (University of Toronto Press, 2008).

“Electronic Scholarly Editing,” A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth (Blackwell Publishers, 2004), 306-322.
“The Dickinson Electronic Archives Project: Evolutions of a Dynamic Edition,” Editing for the New Millennium: International Perspectives (a bilingual edition; English and German), ed. H.T.M. van Vliet and Bodo Plachta (Weidler Publishers, 2002), 163-180.

“Computing, Research, & Teaching: A Humanities Trifecta!” Liberal Education (Fall 2004): 14-23.

“Computing: What’s American Literary Study Got to Do with IT?” American Literature 74.4 (December 2002): 833-857.

Susan Schreibman and others: Companion to Digital Humanities. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/index.html

John Unsworth. “Scholarly Primitives.” Transcript of a presentation. 13 May, 2000. http://www3.isrl.illinois.edu/~unsworth/Kings.5-00/primitives.html

Thanks to Ellie Rycroft for spotting something I thought I’d included, but obviously hadn’t (mea culpa, stc):

Vol. 4, Issue 3 of Shakespeare (2008) is a special issue called ‘Reinventing Digital Shakespeare’

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