DHQ. Table of Contents

9 Jul 2015 - 00:00


2015 9.1


Does your historical collection need a database-driven website?
Adam Crymble, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom


Generous Interfaces for Digital Cultural Collections
Mitchell Whitelaw, University of Canberra, Australia

Deconstructing Bricolage: Interactive Online Analysis of Compiled Texts with Factotum
Tomas Zahora, Monash University; Dmitri Nikulin, Google; Constant J. Mews, Monash University; David Squire, Monash University

Textual Artifacts and their Digital Representations: Teaching Graduate Students to Build Online Archives
Deena Engel, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University; Marion Thain, New York University

Humanities Unbound: Supporting Careers and Scholarship Beyond the Tenure Track
Katina Rogers, The Graduate Center, City University of New York

"By the People, For the People": Assessing the Value of Crowdsourced, User-Generated Metadata
Christina Manzo, Simmons College, USA; Geoff Kaufman, Tiltfactor Laboratory, Dartmouth College, USA; Sukdith Punjasthitkul, Tiltfactor Laboratory, Dartmouth College, USA; Mary Flanagan, Tiltfactor Laboratory, Dartmouth College, USA


Close Rereading: A review of Jessica Pressman, Digital Modernism: Making It New in New Media (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2014)
Shawna Ross, Arizona State University