Digital humanities readings and resources

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Readings for further exploration

Anthologies and Core Readings

Berry, David M., ed. Understanding Digital Humanities. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Burdick, Anne et al. Digital Humanities. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2012.

Egan, Gabriel, and John Jowett. “Review of the Early English Books Online (EEBO).” Interactive Early Modern Literary Studies (January 2001): 1–13. Accessed October 27, 2008.

Eliot, Simon, and Jonathan Rose. A Companion to the History of the Book. Malden, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2007.

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. “Giving it Away: Sharing and the Future of Scholarly Communication.” In Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. New York: New York University Press, 2011.

Gold, Matthew K., ed. Debates in the Digital Humanities. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2012.

Hindley, Meredith. “The Rise of the Machines.” Humanities 34, no. 4 (2013). Web. 23 August 2013.

Hirsch, Brett D. Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics. Cambridge: OpenBook, 2012.

Jockers, Matthew. “Foundation.” In Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History, 3–32. Urbana: University of Illinois, 2013.

Literary Studies in a Digital Age: An Evolving Anthology. Edited by Kenneth M. Price and Ray Siemens.

Marcus, Leah S. “The Silence of the Archive and the Noise of Cyberspace.” In The Renaissance Computer: Knowledge Technology in the First Age of Print, edited by Neil Rhodes and Jonathan Sawday, 18–28. London and New York: Routledge, 2000.

McCarty, Willard. Introduction to Humanities Computing. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.

McEnery, Tony, and Andrew Hardie. Corpus Linguistics: Method, Theory and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012.

McGann, Jerome. “Philology in a New Key.” Critical Inquiry 29, no. 2 (2013): 327–46.

McLuhan, Marshall. The Gutenberg Galaxy: The Making of Typographic Man. Toronto: The University of Toronto Press, 1962.

Morozov, Evgeny. To Save Everything, Click Here: The Folly of Technological Solutionism. New York: Public Affairs, 2013.

Ong, Walter. “Writing Restructures Consciousness.” Orality and Literacy: The Technologizing of the Word, 77–114. London and New York, Routledge, 1982.

Price, Kenneth M. and Ray Siemens, eds. Literary Studies in the Digital Age: An Evolving Anthology. MLA Commons, 2013. E-Book. Accessed July 10, 2013.

Sayer, Jentrey. Teaching and Learning Multimodal Communications. 9 July 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

Schreibman, Susan, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth, eds. A Companion to Digital Humanities. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. Accessed July 10, 2013.

“SECT (sustaining the EBBO-TCP Corpus in Translation).” JISC. Web. 21 August 2013.

Siemens, Ray, and Susan Schreibman, eds. A Companion to Digital Literary Studies. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008. Accessed July 10, 2013.

Simon, Herbert A. “Understanding the Natural and the Artificial Worlds.” In The Sciences of the Artificial, 3rd ed., 1–24. Cambridge and London: The MIT Press, 2000.

Suber, Peter. Open Access. Cambridge, MA: MIT, 2012.

Tiles, Mary, and Hans Oberdiek, “Conflicting Visions of Technology.” In Living in a Technological Culture: Human Tools and Human Values, 12–28. London and New York: Routledge, 1995.

Underwood, Ted. “We don’t already understand the broad outlines of literary history.” The Stone and the Shell. WordPress. 8 February 2013. Web. 9 August 2013.

—. “Very Briefly: Scalable Reading.” Scalable Reading. WordPress, 1 June 2012. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Cataloguing, Classification, and Citation

Blaney, Jonathan. [“Citing Digital Resources.” SECT: Sustaining the EBBO-TCP. Bodleian Library. 25 June 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Earhart, Amy. “Recovering the Recovered Text: Diversity, Canon Building and Digital Studies.” Digital Humanities 2012. Web. 22 August 2013.

“Fast Facts.” 25 July 2013. Web. 23 August 2013.

Hellqvist, Björn. “Referencing in the Humanities and Its Implications for Citation Analysis.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61, no. 2 (2009). Web. 22 August 2013.

Tennant, Roy. “Library Journal ‘Digital Libraries’ Columns 1997–2007, Roy Tennant.” Library Journal “Digital Libraries” Columns 1997–2007, Roy Tennant. Library Journal, 15 Oct. 2002. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Design and the Materiality of Technologies

Barab, Sasha, and Kurt Squire. “Design-Based Research: Putting a Stake in the Ground.” The Journal of the Learning Sciences 13, no. 1 (2004): 1–14. Web. 8 August 2013.

The Design-Based Research Collective. “Design-Based Research: An Emerging Paradigm for Educational Inquiry.” Educational Researcher 32, no. 1 (2003): 5–8. Web. 8 August 2013.

Esper, Thomas. “The Replacement of the Longbow by Firearms in the English Army.” In Technology and the West: A Historical Anthology from “Technology and Culture,” eds. Terry S. Reynolds and Stephen H. Cutcliffe, 107–119. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press, 1995.

Greenbaum, Joan M., and Morten Kyng. Design at Work: Cooperative Design of Computer Systems. Psychology Press, 1991.

Templeman-Kluit, Nadaleen, and Alexa Pearce. “Invoking the User from Data to Design.” College & Research Libraries. 1 September 2014.

DH and the Profession  

American Historical Association Statement on Policies Regarding the Embargoing of Completed History PhD Dissertations. American Historical Association, 19 July 2013. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Clement, Tanya. “Welcome to HiPSTAS.” HiPSTAS. 14 November 2012. Web. 23 August 2013.

Findlen, Paula. “How Google Rediscovered the 19th Century.” Chronicle of Higher Education 22 July 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Green, Karen. “Naughty Bits.” Adventures in Academia. Comixology. 4 January 2008. Web. 21 August 2013.

Guiliano, Jennifer. “I’ll see your open access and raise you two book contracts: or why the AHA should re-think its policy.” Jennifer Guilliano’s Blog. Cyber Chimps. 24 July 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Hall, Gary. “Towards a Post-Digital Humanities: Cultural Analytics and the Computational Turn to Data-Driven Scholarship.” Forthcoming in special issue of American Literature: “New Media and the Digital Humanities,” eds. Wendy H. K. Chun, Patrick Jagoda, and Tara McPherson.

Harris, Katherine D. “Let’s Get Real with Numbers: The Financial Reality of Being a Tenured Professor.” triproftri. 24 June 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

Newfield, Christopher. “Ending the Budget Wars: Funding the Humanities during a Crisis in Higher Education.” Profession 2009, 270–84. Web. 22 August 2013.

Prescott, Andrew. “Riffs on McCarty.” Digital Riffs. Blogger. 22 July 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Russell, John. “Teaching Digital Scholarship in the Library: Course Evaluation.” dh + lb. ARCL Digital Humanities Discussion Group. 24 July 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Saler, Michael. “The Hidden Cost: Review of To Save Everything, Click Here, by Evgeny Morozov.” The Times Literary Supplement (24 May 2013): 3–4.

Wilson, Greg. “Software Carpentry: Lessons Learned.” Cornell University Library. 20 July 2013. Web. 9 August 2013. link

“Using the four factor fair use test.” Fair Use. University of Texas Libraries. 2012. Web. 23 August 2013.

Wu, Tim. “Book review: ‘To Save Everything, Click Here’ by Evgeny Morozov.” The Washington Post. 12 April 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

Editing and Encoding  

“A Gentle Introduction to XML.” TEI: A Test Coding Initiative. 26 July 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

Adams, Robyn. “Bodley Diplomatic Correspondence Project.” Textal. 9 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013

Alston, Robin. “The Eighteenth Century Short Title Catalogue: a personal history to 1989.” 8 September 2008. Web. 22 August 2013.

Brown, Susan. “CWRC-Writer.” The Canadian Writing Research Collaboratory. 30 November 2010. Web. 8 August 2013.

Buzzetti, Dino, and Jerome McGann. “Critical Editing in a Digital Horizon.” In Electronic Textual Editing. Edited by Lou Burnard, Katherine O’Brien O’Keefe, and John Unsworth, 53–73. New York: Modern Language Association, 2006. Accessed July 10, 2013.

Jannidis, Fotis et al. “An Encoding Model for Genetic Editions.” TEI Guidelines.

—. “Ch. 11: Representation of Primary Sources.” TEI Guidelines. Last modified July 5, 2013.

Mak, Bonnie. “Archaeology of a Digitization.” Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. 65, no. 8 (2014): 1515-1526. DOI: 10.1002/asi.23061

“MARC in XML.” MARC in XML. Library of Congress, 8 Sept. 2008. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Wattenberg, Martin. “Learning how thousands of people make the magic happen on Wikipedia….” Fernando B. Viegas. Web. 22 August 2013.

History of the Book and Electronic Resources  

Binkley, Richard. “New Tools, New Recruits, for the Republic of Letters.” Robert C. Binkley, 1897–1940/ Life, Works, Ideas. 21 May 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

“Discussion Area, Archived.” Internet Shakespeare Editions. 6 July 2006. Web. 8 August 2013.

Gadd, Ian. “The Use and Misuse of Early English Books Online.” Literature Compass 6 (2009): 680–692. Accessed July 10, 2013.

—-. “EMDA13-in-the-reading-room.” Storify. 11 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

Hirsch, Brett D., and Christopher Wortham. “Rom Jew to Puritan: The Emblematic Owl in Early English Culture.” “This Earthly Stage”: World and Stage in Late Medieval and Early Modern England. Turnhout: Brepols, 2010.

“History and Milestones.” ProQuest. Web. 22 August 2013.

Hutchison, Coleman. “Breaking the book known as Q.” PMLA (2006): 33–66.

Jackson, William A. “Some Limitations of Microfilm.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 35 (1941): 281–88.

Kearney, Patrick J., and G. Legman. The Private Case: An Annotated Bibliography of the Private Case Erotica Collection in the British (Museum) Library. London: J. Landesman, 1981.

Knutson, Roslyn. “Theatrical Commerce and the Repertory System….” Folger Shakespeare Library, 2003. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Marcus, Manfred. “Article Contents.” Wright’s English Dialect Dictionary Computerised: Towards a New Source of Information. University of Helsinki, 17 Dec. 2007. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Mod, Craig. “The Digital-Physical: On Building Flipboard for iPhone & Finding the Edges of Our Digital Narratives.” @craigmod. March 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Mueller, Martin. “Collaborative curation of Early Modern plays by undergraduates.” Scalable Reading. 5 June 2012. Web. 21 August 2013.

—-. “How to fix 60,000 errors.” Scalable Reading. 22 June 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

—-. “What is a Young Scholar edition.” Scalable Reading. 23 June 213. Web. 21 August 2013.

Parker, Patricia A. “Othello and Hamlet: Syping, Discoery and Secret Faults.” Shakespeare from the Margins: Language, Culture, Context. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1996.

Pastorino, Cesare. “The Mine and the Furnace: Francis Bacon, Thomas Russell, and Early Stuart Mining Culture.” Early Science and Medicine 14, no. 5 (2009): 630–60.

Poole, Steven. “Green’s Dictionary of Slang by Jonathon Green and Guardian Style by David Marsh & Amelia Hodsdon–review.” The Guardian. 17 December 2010. Web. 9 August 2013.

Powell, Daniel. “Dispatches from Capitol Hill: #1″ Daniel Powell. 9 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

—-. “Dispatches from Capitol Hill: #2, or EEBO and the Infinite Weirdness.” Daniel Powell. 10 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

—-. “Dispatches from Capitol Hill: #3, or XML and TEI are scary.” Daniel Powell. 9 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

—-. “Dispatches from Capitol Hill: #4, or What is transcription, really?” Daniel Powell. 18 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

Power, Eugene. Edition of One. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan., 1990.

Proot, Goran, and Leo Egghe. “Estimating Editions on the Basis of Survivals…” Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America, 102, no. 2 (2008): 149–74.

Rymer, Thomas. A Short View of Tragedy. London: Richard Baldwin, 1693. (EEBO-TCP, subscription req.)

Scott, Alexander De Courcy, and H. James. On Photo-zincography and Other Photographic Processes Employed at the Ordnance Survey Office, Southampton. London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1862.

Shore, Daniel. “WWJD? The Genealogy of a Syntactic Form.” Critical Inquiry. 37, no. 1 (2010): 1–25.

“Smithsonian Digital Volunteers.” Smithsonian Digital Volunteers. Smithsonian., n.d. Web. 08 Aug. 2013. link

Snyder, Susan. The Comic Matrix of Shakespeare’s Tragedies: Romeo and Juliet, Hamlet, Othello, and King Lear. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1979.

Stuart, Elizabeth. “Letter to Shrewsbury, Elizabeth Hardwick Talbot, Countess of.” 1574. MS. Collection of Folger Shakespeare Library.

Thompson, Ann. “Teena Rochfort Smith, Frederick Furnivall, and the New Shakespere Society’s Four-Text Edition of Hamlet.” Shakespeare Quarterly 49, no. 2 (1998): 125–149. Web. 23 August 2013.

Tufte, Edward. “PowerPoint is Evil.” Wired. September 2003. Web. 22 August 2013.

Wallace, David Foster. “Tense Present: Democracy, English and the Wars over Usage.” Harper’s Magazine. April 2001. Web. 22 August 2013.

Werner, Sarah. “Reading Blanks.” Wynken de Worde. Folger Shakespeare Library. 10 October 2010. Web. 22 August 2013.

—-. “Sizing Books Up.” The Collation. Folger Shakespeare Library. 10 July 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

—-. “Where Material Book Culture Meets the Digital Humanities.” Wynken de Worde. Folger Shakespeare Library. 29 April 2012. Web. 8 August 2013.

Wernimont, Jacqueline. “Echo of Whitney Trettien’s EEBO Oddities.” Jacqueline Wernimont. WordPress. 11 July 2013. Web. 22 August 2013.

Whitson, Roger. “Critical Making in Digital Humanities: A MLA 2014 Special Session Proposal.” Roger T. Whitson. Washington State University, 31 Mar. 2013. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Williams, William Proctor, and William Baker. “Caveat Lector. English Books 1475–1700 and the Electronic Age.” Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography 12 (2001): 1–29.

Withington, Phil. “Society in Early Modern England: The Vernacular Origins of Some Powerful Ideas.” Cambridge: Polity Press, 2010.

“Word.” Middle English Dictionary Entry. 2001. Web. 22 August 2013.

Ziemer, Tom. “Collaborative project pushes discovery in humanities, computer sciences.” University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Arts & Science: News. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 29 April 2013. eb. 21 August 2013.

Hypertext Literature

Abbott, Edwin. Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1963.

Mohammad, K. Selim. “Mark Rutkoski, Words of Love.” Harriet The Blog RSS. Poetry Foundation, 1 May 2013. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Vanhemert, Kyle. “Artist Turns a Year’s Worth of Tracking Data into a Haunting Record.” Wired 22 July 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Watts, Reggie. “Beats that Defy Boxes.” TED Conference Feb 2012. Lecture. TED: Ideas Worth Spreading. TED, May 2012. Web. 8 August 2013.

Linguistic and Textual Analysis and Corpora

Atwell, Eric. “[Corpora-List Question: Citing Linguistic Corpora.”] [Corpora-List]. 7 March 2013. Web. 8 August 2013 and [1] threaded response from Angela Chambers

Bieber, Douglas. “Representativeness in Corpus Design.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 8, no.4 (1993): 243–257. Web. 22 August 2013.

Bird, Steven, Ewan Klein, and Edward Loper. Natural Language Processing with Python. Beijing: O’Reilly, 2009.

Burton, Matt. “The Joy of Topic Modeling.” 21 May 2013. Web. 9 August 2013.

Davies, Mark. “A corpus-based study of lexical developments in Early and Late Modern English.” In Handbook of English Historical Linguistics, edited by Merja Kytö and Päivi Pahta. Forthcoming from Cambridge University Press.

—. “Expanding Horizons in Historical Linguistics with the 400 million word Corpus of Historical American English.” Corpora 7, no. 2 (2012): 121–57. Accessed July 10, 2013.

Davis, Robin Camille. “Testing out the NLTK sentence tokenizer.” Robin Camille Davis/ Blog. 18 February 2012. Web. 8 August 2013.

“Gephi+ MALLET + EMDA.” Robin Camille Davis/ Blog. 18 February 2012. Web. 23 August 2013.

Froehlich, Heather. “We’re up All Night Playing with Docuscope.” Early Modern Digital Agendas. Folger Shakespeare Library, 21 July 2013. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

—-. [ “How Many Female Characters Are There in Shakespeare?”' heather froehlich. 8 February 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

“Getting Started with Topic Modeling.” Digital humanities 2013. UCLA. 11 June 2013. Web. 9 August 2013.

Koh, Adeline. “First Look: Textual, A Free SmartPhone App for Text Analysis.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. 18 July 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

Moretti, Franco. “Network Theory, Plot Analysis.” Literary Lab. Pamphlet 2, 1 May, 2011. Web. 21 August 2013.

Pumfrey, Paul, Paul Rayson and John Mariani. “Experiments in 17th Century English: manual versus automatic conceptual history.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 27, no. 4 (2012): 395–408.

“Searching Corpora.” Corpus Search. Northwestern University. 15 July 2013. Web. 21 August 2013.

Witmore, Michael. “Fuzzy Structuralism.” Wine Dark Sea. WordPress. 20 July 2013. Web. 20 August 2013.

—-. “Text: A Massively Addressable Object.” 31 December 2010. Web. 21 August 2013.

Wynne, Martin. “Archiving, Distribution and Preservation,” in Developing Linguistic Corpora: a Guide to Good Practice, ed. M. Wynne. Oxford: Oxbow Books: 71–78.

Zimmer, Ben. “Rowling and “Galbraith”: an authorial analysis.” Language Log. Linguistic Data Consortium. 16 July 2013. Web. 20 August 2013.

Media Studies and Visualization Studies

“About the Project.” Mapping the Catalog of Ships. University of Virginia Library. Web. 21 August 2013.

Aimer Media Ltd. “Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small Differences.” iPhone/iPad Application. Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre and Aimer Media. Last modified June 28, 2013. Accessed July 10, 2013.

Alexander, Marc. “Patchworks and Field-Boundaries: Visualizing the History of English.” Digital Humanities 2012. Web. 9 August 2013.

Carey, Craig. “< A > and < B >: Marks, Maps, Media, and the Materiality of Bierce’s Style.” Forthcoming in special issue of American Literature: “New Media and the Digital Humanities,” edited by Wendy H. K. Chun, Patrick Jagoda, and Tara McPherson.

Drucker, Johanna. “Humanities Approaches to Graphical Display.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 5, no. 1 (2011). Accessed July 10, 2013.

Dupond, Grégoire. “Piranesi Carceri d’Invenzione.” Online video clip. Vimeo. Vimeo, 2012. Web. 8 August 2013.

Fifty Nine Productions. “Five Truths: Brook.” Online video. National Theatre of Southbank, London. National Theatre. Date unknown. Web. 21 August 2013.

Friendly, Michael. “” Gallery of Data Visualization. New York University, 9 Aug. 2013. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

“The Hit Equation.” Welcome!, n.d. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

“Jonathon Green’s Slang – On The Media.” Onthemedia. NYC, 8 Apr. 2011. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

Klein, Lauren Frederica. “The Image of Absence: Archival Silence, Data Visualization, and James Hemings.” Forthcoming in special issue of American Literature: “New Media and the Digital Humanities,” edited by Wendy H. K. Chun, Patrick Jagoda, and Tara McPherson.

Long, Christopher. “Performative Publication.” Christopher P. Long. 19 July 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Lupton, Julia Reinhard. “Blur Building: Softscape.” Shakespeare & Hospitality.

Meeks, Elijah. “More Networks in the Humanities or Did Books Have DNA?” Digital Humanities Specialist. Stanford University Libraries. 6 December 2011. Web. 8 August 2013.

Moore, Suzanne. “Grayson Perry’s Tapestries: Weaving Class and Taste.” The Guardian. 7 June 2013. Web. 10 July 2013.

Ortiz, Santiago. “45 Ways to Communicate Two Quantities.” 2012. Web. 8 August 2013.

Perry, Grayson. The Vanity of Small Differences. Tapestry.

Piranesi, Giovanni Battista. “The Arts of Piranesi.” Exhibits Development Group.

“Sorting Algorithms as Dances.” Sorting Algorithms as Dances. I Programer, 10 Apr. 2011. Web. 09 Aug. 2013.

“The 20 Best Tools for Data Visualization.” Creative Bloq. Future Publishing Limited. 18 March 2013. Web. 8 August 2013.

Tillman, R L. “Pirensi: Now in 3-D.” Printeresting. Warhol Foundation. 5 October 2010. Web. 8 August 2013.

Weir, George R. S., and Marina Livitsanou. “Playing Textual Analysis as Music.” Corpus, ICT, and Language Education, eds. Weir, George R. S., and Shinʼichirō Ishikawa. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde Press, 2011. Web. 8 August 2013.

Theories of Technology and Minds

Benjamin, Walter. “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (or Reproducibility) (1936).” Transcribed by Andy Blunden. UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, 1998. Accessed July 10, 2013.

—-. “The Storyteller, Reflections on the Works of Nikolai Leskov.” Slought Foundation. Web. 22 August 2013.

Heidigger, Martin. “The Question Concerning Technology, 1950.” The Institute for the Promotion of Learning Disorders. Web. 23 August 2013.

Holt, Jim. “Two Brains Running.” The New York Times 25 November 2011: Sunday Book Review. Web. 8 August 2013.

Lanier, Jaron. “Justice for Alan Turing?” Slate. 25 July 2013: Future Tense. Web. 8 August 2013.

Marsh, Leslie. “Review of Natural-Born Cyborgs: Minds, Technologies, and the Future of Human Intelligence, Andy Clark; Oxford University Press, 2003, $26.00, 240 pp. ISBN: 0-1951-4866-5.” Cognitive Systems Research 6 (2005): 405–409.

Marshall, Catherine C. Reading and Writing the Electronic Book. [San Rafael, Calif.]: Morgan & Claypool, 2010.

Sartre, Jean-Paul, and Lloyd Alexander. Nausea. New York: New Directions, 1964.

Tiffany, Daniel. Toy Medium: Materialism and Modern Lyric. Berkeley: University of California, 2000.

Electronic Resources and Sites

See also Digital resources at the Folger.

ArchBook, University of Toronto.

Archive for the REKn (Renaissance English Knowledgebase) Category, Early Modern Online Bibliography.

AustESE Project, the University of Queensland, Australia.

Bess of Hardwick’s Letters, University of Glasgow.

Cluster Analysis, Quick-R.

Corpora, Brigham Young University.

Corpus Query Processor, Lancaster University.

Critical Code Studies, WordPress.

Development for the Digital Humanities.

Digital Renaissance Editions, The University of Western Australia.

DocuScope, Carnegie Mellon University.

Doing Digital Humanities- A DARIAH Bibliography, Zotero.

Early English Books Online, Proquest. (subscribing institution) or (non-subscribing institution)

Early Modern Digital Agendas Wiki.

Early Modern Digital Collaboratory, MLA Commons.

Early Modern Letters Online, Bodleian Library.

Early Modern OCR Project, Texas A & M University.

Early Theatre: A Journal Associated with the Records of Early English Drama, McMaster University.

EMDA13 Pinterest Board, Pinterest.

“English Handwriting” (Introduction to Paleography), Cambridge University.

English Short Title Catalogue, British Library.

Folger Digital Texts, Folger Shakespeare Library.

Henslowe-Alleyn Digitization Project, King’s College, London.


Invisible City Audio Tours.

Juxta Commons, University of Virginia.

Lexicons of Early Modern English, University of Toronto.

LUNA Digital Image Collection, Folger Shakespeare Library.

Map of Early Modern London, the University of Victoria.

Marsyas, the University of Victoria.

Medieval Electronic Scholarly Alliance.

Monk, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

MPublishing, University of Michigan.

Natural Language Toolkit, NLTK Project.

New Women Writers, Dutch Organisation for Scientific Research.

Old Bailey Online.

Palaeography, The National Archives.

Raymond Carver Reading Series, Syracuse University Library.

Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University.

Selected Tools,

Stanford Topic Modeling Toolbox, Stanford University.

Tesserae, University at Buffalo, The State University of New York.

The Alliance for Networking Visual Culture, University of Southern California.

The Chymistry of Isaac Newton, Indiana University.

The Penn Treebank Project, University of Pennsylvania.

The Newton Project, University of Sussex.

The Updike Collection Book Trade Portraits, Providence Public Library.

The Zeumatic Project.

Tools, WikiViz.

“Try R,” Code School.

UCREL Semantic Analysis System.

Varieng, University of Helsinki.

Versioning Machine.

Version Variation Visualization, Swansea University.

Vincent van Gogh: The Letters.

Virtual Pauls Cross Project: a Digital Recreation of John Donne’s Gunpowder Day Sermon, London, 1622, NC State University.

Visualizing Variation, University of Toronto.

What is Digital Humanities?

Wmatrix., University of Lancaster.

Wordnet, Princeton University.

Word Hoard Tutorial Page, Northwestern University.