NDH Keynote References

Below I list references and sources I will refer to in my keynote on “Can there be a Nordic Digital Humanities?” at the first conference for digital humanities in the Nordic Countries, March 16, 2016. The list is in order of appearance and currently a draft version (apologies for any irregularities and errors).

Part I:

Posner, Miriam. “Money and Time”. Blog post. March 14, 2016.

Walker Rettberg, Jill. 2013. “What are the Digital Humanities? What are they in Norway?“. Jill/txt, Juny 14, 2013.

Mattern, Shannon. 2014. “Library as Infrastructure”, Places Journal, June 2014.

Goldberg, David Theo. 2015. “World as Platform — Genres of Scholarly Knowledge Production — Medium”. Genres of Scholarly Knowledge Production (Online Collection).

“Handlingsplan”, Action plan for the spring of 2015, April 15, 2015. The Center for Digital Humanities, Gothenburg University.

Martha Nell Smith. 2007. “The Human Touch Software of the Highest Order: Revisiting Editing as Interpretation” Textual Cultures: Texts, Contexts, Interpretation, 2(1):2007, 1-15.

“Open Thread: The Digital Humanities as a Historical “Refuge” from race/class/gender/sexuality/disability”, Postcolonigal Digital Humanities, Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam.

Drabinski, Emily. (2013). “Queering the catalog: Queer theory and the politics of correction.” Library Quarterly, 83(2), 94-111.

Hathcock, April. 2016. “Open But Not Equal: Open Scholarship for Social Justice”, Talk Graduate Center February 5, 2016 (text from February 8).

Alan Liu. 2012. “Where is the Cultural Criticism in the Digital Humanities”. In Gold, Matt (ed.), Debates in the Digital Humanities. Minnesota University Press.

McPherson, Tara. 2012 “Why is the Digital Humanities So White?, or, Thinking the Histories of Race and Computation” In Gold Matt (ed.), Minneapolis: Minnesota University Press.

Fiormonte, Domenico. “Towards a Cultural Critique of the Digital Humanities”.

Risam, Roopika. 2015. “Beyond the Margins: Intersectionality and the Digital Humanities”. Digital Humanities Quarterly 9.2.

Ortega, Élika. 2016. “Crisscrossing Borders: GO: :DH Regional Networks in Dialogue”. MLA 2016 presentation June 8, 2016.

Sterne, Jonathan. 2015. “The Example: Some Historical Considerations,” In Svensson, Patrik and Goldberg, David Theo (eds.), Between the Humanities and the Digital, 17-33. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Part II

Ore, Espen S. “Some thoughts on Digital Humanities in Norway”. H-Soz-Kult, 13.11.2014.

“Why a Translation Toolkit?”, A working group of GO::DH.

Part III

Pratt, Mary Louise. “Arts of the Contact Zone.” Profession (1991): 33–40.

Galison, Peter. “Trading Zone: Coordinating Action and Belief.” In The Science Studies Reader, edited by Mario Biagioli, 137–60. New York: Routledge, 1999.

Bey, Hakim. T.A.Z.: The Temporary Autonomous Zone, Ontological Anarchy, Poetic Terrorism: Anarchy and Terrorism. Brooklyn, NY: Autonomedia, 1991.

Star, Susan Leigh, and James R. Griesemer. “Institutional Ecology, ‘Translations,’ and Boundary Objects: Amateurs and Professionals in Berkeley’s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, 1907–39.” Social Studies of Science 19, no. 3 (August 1989): 387–420.

Knorr Cetina, K. Epistemic cultures: How the sciences make knowledge. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1999.

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