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Artificial Aesthetics: Creative Practices in Computational Art and Design

Author
Miguel Carvalhais
Publisher / Label
U.Porto Edições
Country
Portugal
Language
English
Publication year
2016
Type of publication
Book
Number of pages
307
ISBN
9789897460920

Index

INTRODUCTION

Digital Humanities: The Expanded Field | Lauren F. Klein and Matthew K. Gold ix

PART I

| Histories and Futures of the Digital Humanities

| 1 The Emergence of the Digital Humanities (as the Network

Is Everting) | Steven E. Jones	3

| 2 The “Whole Game”: Digital Humanities at Community

Colleges | Anne B. McGrail  16

| 3 Whats Next: The Radical, Unrealized Potential of Digital

Humanities | Miriam Posner	32

| 4 Making a Case for the Black Digital Humanities | Kim Gallon   42

| 5 QueerOS: A User’s Manual | Fiona Barnett, Zach Bias, micha cárdenas, Jacob Gaboury, Jessica Marie Johnson, and Margaret Rhee   50

BLOG POSTS AND SHORT ESSAYS

| 6 Father Busa’s Female Punch Card Operatives | Melissa Terras

and Julianne Nyhan	60

| 7 On the Origin of “Hack” and “Yack” | Bethany Nowviskie	66

| 8 Reflections on a Movement: #transformDH, Growing Up | Moya Bailey, Anne Cong-Huyen, Alexis Lothian, and Amanda Phillips 71

PART II

Digital Humanities and Its Methods

9   Blunt Instrumentalism: On Tools and Methods | Dennis Tenen 83

10  Putting the Human Back into the Digital Humanities: Feminism, Generosity, and Mess | Elizabeth Losh, Jacqueline Wernimont,

Laura Wexler, and Hong-An Wu	92

11  Mid-Sized Digital Pedagogy | Paul Fyfe	104

12  Re: Search and Close Reading | Michael Hancher	118

13  Why We Must Read the Code: The Science Wars Episode IV

| Mark C Marino	139

14  Where Is Methodology in Digital Humanities? | Tanya E. Clement 153

BLOG POSTS AND SHORT ESSAYS

15  Resistance in the Materials | Bethany Nowviskie  176

16  Interview with Ernesto Oroza | Alex Gil  184

17  Digital Humanities Knowledge: Reflections on the Introduct

Graduate Syllabus | Scott Selisker  194

PART III

Digital Humanities and Its Practices

18  Alien Reading: Text Mining, Language Standardization, and the Humanities | Jeffrey M. Binder   201

19  My Old Sweethearts: On Digitization and the Future
of the Print Record I Andrew Stauffer   218

20 Argument, Evidence, and the Limits of Digital Literary Studies 
I David L. Hoover   230

21  Pedagogies of Race: Digital Humanities in the Age of Ferguson
I Amy E. Earhart and Toniesha L. Taylor	251

BLOG POSTS AND SHORT ESSAYS

22  Here and There: Creating DH Community | Miriam Posner	265

23  The Sympathetic Research Imagination: Digital Humanities and
the Liberal Arts | Rachel Sagner Buurma and Anna Tione Levine   274

24  Lessons on Public Humanities from the Civic Sphere
I Wendy E Hsu	280

PART IV

Digital Humanities and the Disciplines

25  The Differences between Digital Humanities and Digital
History | Stephen Robertson	289

26  Digital History’s Perpetual Future Tense | Cameron Blevins	308

27  Collections and/of Data: Art History and the Art Museum
in the DH Mode | Matthew Battles and Michael Maizels	325

28  Archaeology, the Digital Humanities, and the “Big Tent”
I Ethan Watrall	545

29  Navigating the Global Digital Humanities: Insights from Black Feminism | Roopika Risam	359

BLOG POSTS AND SHORT ESSAYS

30  Between Knowledge and Metaknowledge: Shifting Disciplinary Borders in Digital Humanities and Library

and Information Studies | Jonathan Senchyne	368

31  “Black Printers” on White Cards: Information Architecture in the Data Structures of the Early American Book Trades
I Molly O’Hagan Hardy	377

32  Public, First j Sheila A. Brennan	384

part v

Digital Humanities and Its Critics

33  Are Digital Humanists Utopian? | Brian Greenspan	393

34  Ecological Entanglements of DH | Margaret Linley	410

35  Toward a Cultural Critique of Digital Humanities
| Domenico Fiormonte	438

36  How Not to Teach Digital Humanities | Ryan Cordell	459

37  Dropping the Digital | Jentery Sayers	475

BLOG POSTS AND SHORT ESSAYS

38  The Dark Side of the Digital Humanities | Wendy Hui Kyong

Chun, Richard Grusin, Patrick Jagoda, and Rita Raley	493

39  Difficult Thinking about the Digital Humanities | Mark Sample 510

40  The Humane Digital ] Timothy Burke	514

41  Hold on Loosely, or Gemeinschafi and Gesellschaft on the Web

I Ted Underwood	519

PART VI

Forum: Text Analysis at Scale

42  Introduction | Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein	525

43  Humane Computation | Stephen Ramsay	527

44  Distant Reading and Recent Intellectual History | Ted Underwood 530

45  The Ground Truth of DH Text Mining | Tanya E. Clement	534

46  Why I Dig: Feminist Approaches to Text Analysis

I Lisa Marie Rhody	536

47  More Scale, More Questions: Observations from Sociology
I Tressie McMillan Cottom	540

48  Do Digital Humanists Need to Understand Algorithms?
I Benjamin M. Schmidt	546

49  Messy Data and Faulty Tools | Joanna Swafford

50  N + 1: A Plea for Cross-Domain Data in the Digital Humanities | Alan Liu

SERIES INTRODUCTION AND EDITORS’ NOTE Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein 569

CONTRIBUTORS 573