Humanities Infrastructure (and DH) – Some Resources
I compiled the below list of resources (most available online) in preparation for two talks late October 2016: University of Glasgow (Oct 26) and University of Groningen (Oct 28). Not all references are relevant to both talks.
Brown, S., Clement, T., Mandell, L., Verhoeven, D., Wernimont, J. (2016). “Creating Feminist Infrastructure in the Digital Humanities”. In Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts. Jagiellonian University & Pedagogical University, Kraków, pp. 47-50.
Caplan, Lindsay. 2016. “Method without Methodology: Data and the Digital Humanities”. e-Flux, Journal #42, 2016.
Chemical Biological Centre (KBC), “Welcome to the Proteomics Core Facility!”, Umeå University.
D’Ignazio, Catherine. 2015. “What would feminist data visualization look like?”. MIT Center for Civic Media.
Drabinski, E. (2013). “Queering the catalog: Queer theory and the politics of correction.” Library Quarterly, 83(2), 94-111.
“#ARCHIVESSOWHITE in the Words of Jarrett Drake”. Interview with Jarrett Drake. Issues & Advocacy Roundtable (I&A) of the Society of American Archivists (SAA).
Drucker, Johanna and Svensson, Patrik. 2016. “The Why and How of Middleware”. Digital Humanities Quarterly. 10.2 (2016).
Earhart, Amy. 2016. “Digital Humanities futures: Conflict, power, and public knowledge”. Digital Studies, 2016.
Edwards, Paul N., Jackson, Steven J., Bowker, Geoffrey C., Knobel, Cory. 2007. “Understanding Infrastructure:Dynamics, Tensions, and Design: Report of a Workshop on “History & Theory of Infrastructure: Lessons for New Scientific Cyberinfrastructures”, January 2007. NSF Grant 0630263, Human and Social Dynamics
European Science Foundation, Standing Committee for the Humanities (SCH). 2010. “An interview with Natalie Jeremijenko”. 2011. Substratum, 7.
Liljefors, Max. 2013. “Believing in the ESS”. In (eds. Kaiserfeld, T and O’Dell, T.) Legitimizing ESS: Big Science as a Collaboration Across Boundaries, 187-203.
Liu, Alan. 2015. “Against the Cultural Singularity: Digital Humanities & Critical Infrastructure Studies”. The Frontiers of DH: Humanities Systems Infrastructure’, workshop, November 12, 2015. University of Canterbury.
Mattern, Shannon. 2014. “Library as Infrastructure: Reading room, social service center, innovation lab. How far can we stretch the public library?”, Places, June 2014.
Nell Smith, Martha. 2007. “The Human Touch: Software of the Highest Order: Revisiting Editing as Interpretation,” Textual Cultures 2.1 (2007): 1–15,
Smithies, James. 2015. “Towards a Systems Analysis of the Humanities”. The Frontiers of DH: Humanities Systems Infrastructure’, workshop, November 12, 2015. University of Canterbury.
Prescott, Andrew. 2016. “Why Infrastructure?”. Text of intervention at the ‘Interrogating Infrastructure’ workshop, King’s College London, July 8, 2016.
Risam, Roopika. 2015. “Intersectionality and the Digital Humanities”, Digital Humanities Quarterly, 9:2.
Robles-Anderson, Erica and Svensson, Patrik. 2016. “‘One Damn Slide After Another’: PowerPoint at every Occasion for Speech”. Computational Culture. Issue 5 (2016).
Svensson, Patrik. 2016. Big Digital Humanities: Imagining a Meeting Place for the Humanities and the Digital. Michigan University Press.
Reports, policy documents etc.
“Our Cultural Commonwealth: The report of the American Council of Learned Societies Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities and Social Sciences”. American Council of Learned societies. 2006.
“Research Infrastructures in the Digital Humanities”. European Science Foundation. Science Policy Briefing, September 2011.
“Strategic workshop on research communities and research infrastructures in the Humanities, Strasbourg – France, 29-30 October 2010”. European Science Foundation, workshop, 2010. Program.
“What are Ris?”.European Commission, Research & Innovation.