DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2017 11.3

Imagining the DH Undergraduate: Special Issue in Undergraduate Education in DH

Editors: Emily Christina Murphy and Shannon R. Smith

Front Matter

Introduction
Emily Christina Murphy, Queen's University; Shannon R. Smith, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, Queen's University

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Cluster 1: Program Models

“Starting From Scratch”? Workshopping New Directions in Undergraduate Digital Humanities
Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Davidson College; Anelise Hanson Shrout, California State University Fullerton

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Digital Humanities Pedagogy as Essential Liberal Education: A Framework for Curriculum Development
Brandon T. Locke, Michigan State University

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The MoEML Pedagogical Partnership Program
Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria; Kim McLean-Fiander, University of Victoria; Kathryn R. McPherson, Utah Valley University

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Getting on the Map: A Case Study in Digital Pedagogy and Undergraduate Crowdsourcing
Shannon Kelley, Fairfield University

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A Tale of Two Internships: Developing Digital Skills through Engaged Scholarship
Patricia Hswe, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Tara LaLonde, The Pennsylvania State University; Kate Miffitt, The Pennsylvania State University; James O'Sullivan, University College Cork; Sarah Pickle, The Claremont Colleges Library; Nathan Piekielek, The Pennsylvania State University; Heather Ross, The Pennsylvania State University; Albert Rozo, The Pennsylvania State University

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Cluster 2: Disciplinarity and DH Pedagogy

Towards a Seamful Design of Networked Knowledge: Practical Pedagogies in Collaborative Teams
Aaron Mauro, Penn State Behrend; Daniel Powell, University of Victoria; Sarah Potvin, Texas A&M University; Jacob Heil, The Five Colleges of Ohio; Eric Dye, Penn State Behrend; Bridget Jenkins, Penn State Behrend; Dene Grigar, Washington State University

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Undergraduate Students and Digital Humanities Belonging: Metaphors and Methods for Including Undergraduate Research in DH Communities
Emily Christina Murphy, Queen's University; Shannon R. Smith, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, Queen's University

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A Long-Belated Welcome: Accepting Digital Humanities Methods into Non-DH Classrooms
Kara Kennedy, University of Canterbury

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Teaching Electronic Literature as Digital Humanities: A Proposal
Alex Saum-Pascual, University of California, Berkeley

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DH for History Students: A Case Study at the Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (National Autonomous University of Mexico)
Adriana Álvarez Sánchez, National Autonomous University of Mexico; Miriam Peña Pimentel, National Autonomous University of Mexico

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Cluster 3: Tool Devolopment

Building a Toolkit for Digital Pedagogy
Alex Christie, Brock University

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Building a Student-Centered (Digital) Learning Community With Undergraduates
Danica Savonick, The Graduate Center, CUNY; Lisa Tagliaferri, The Graduate Center, CUNY

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Collaborative Knowledge Creation and Student-Led Assignment Design: Wikipedia in the University Literature Class
Laura Estill, Texas A&M University

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Cluster 4: Professional Concerns

The New Itinerancy: Digital Pedagogy and the Adjunct Instructor in the Modern Academy
Andrew Bretz, Wilfrid Laurier University

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Articles

An Ontology for Gendered Content Representation of Cultural Heritage Artefacts
Ioanna Kyvernitou, National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG); Antonis Bikakis, University College London (UCL)

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All and Each: A Socio-Technical Review of the Europeana Project
Rhiannon Stephanie Bettivia, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Elizabeth Stainforth, University of Leeds

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Recovering the London Stage Information Bank: Lessons from an Early Humanities Computing Project
Mattie Burkert, Utah State University

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A Pedagogy for Computer-Assisted Literary Analysis: Introducing GALGO (Golden Age Literature Glossary Online)
Nuria Alonso García, Providence College; Alison Caplan, Providence College; Brad Mering, Mervideo

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From Disclaimer to Critique: Race and the Digital Image Archivist
Kate Holterhoff, Georgia Institute of Technology

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Media Visualization of Book Cover Images: Exploring Differences among Bestsellers in Different Countries
Wooseob Jeong, Emporia State University

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Old Content and Modern Tools – Searching Named Entities in a Finnish OCRed Historical Newspaper Collection 1771–1910
Kimmo Kettunen, National Library of Finland, Mikkeli, Finland; Eetu Mäkelä, University of Helsinki, Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities; Teemu Ruokolainen, National Library of Finland, Mikkeli, Finland; Juha Kuokkala, University of Helsinki, Department of Modern Languages, Helsinki, Finland; Laura Löfberg, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, UK

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Playing with Identities: Queering Digital Narratology and the Exploration of Gender and Sexual Identities
Calvin Fung, Monash University

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The Digital Classicist: building a Digital Humanities Community
Simon Mahony, University College London

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Digital Oulipo: Programming Potential Literature
Natalie Berkman, Princeton University

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Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Brokerage in the Digital
 Humanities
Anela Chan, Independent Scholar; Richard Chenhall, University of Melbourne; Tamara Kohn, University of Melbourne; CarolynStevens, Monash University

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Metaphors in Digital Hermeneutics: Zooming through Literary, Didactic and Historical Representations of Imaginary and Existing Cities
Florentina Armaselu, University of Luxembourg; Charles van den Heuvel, Huygens ING, The Hague, Netherlands; University of Amsterdam

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Issues in Digital Humanities

Methods of quality, quality of methods. What does Roberto Busa have to communicate to digital humanists in the 21st century? From hermeneutics to performativity.
Marinella Testori, King's College London

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Author Biographies