Advancing digital humanities : research, methods, theories

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Full title: Advancing digital humanities : research, methods, theories / edited by Katherine Bode (Australian National University, Australia), Paul Longley Arthur (University of Western Sydney, Australia).
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Arthur, Paul Longley, (Editor)
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Table of Contents:
  • 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 / Øyvind 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.