[Humanist] 23.93 new publications: JSP; DHQ; DDQ; Baudrillard Studies

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Fri Jun 19 08:52:45 CEST 2009


                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 93.
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  [1]   From:    "Gerry Coulter" <gcoulter at ubishops.ca>                    (24)
        Subject: Baudrillard Studies (Volume 6-2, July 2009) is now on the
                web

  [2]   From:    Julia Flanders <julia_flanders at brown.edu>                 (79)
        Subject: DHQ issue 3.2, now available

  [3]   From:    "H.M. Gladney" <hmgladney at gmail.com>                       (9)
        Subject: DDQ 8(2) is available 14

  [4]   From:    UTP Journals <thawkic551 at ROGERS.COM>                      (38)
        Subject: Now Available Online - Journal of Scholarly Publishing 40:4,
                June2009


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        Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 12:27:28 -0400
        From: "Gerry Coulter" <gcoulter at ubishops.ca>
        Subject: Baudrillard Studies (Volume 6-2, July 2009) is now on the web


Volume 6-2 (July, 2009) of the International Journal of Baudrillard
Studies (www.ubishops.ca/baudrillardstudies)
is now available on the Internet.
 
IJBS is an open access publication of thougth and ideas which intersect
with those of Jean Baudrillard.
 
Volume 6-2 includes:
 
Obitaries for J. G. Ballard, Harold Pinter, Betty Goodwin
An Interview with Australian Baudrillard scholar Alan Cholodenko
Selections from Baudrillard's book Radical Alterity (recently in English
translation)
Articles consider: Baudrillard and the media, hyperreality, and the Gulf
War
Book reviews include recent books on the arts and bodies and code.
There is also a review essay considering Olafur Eliasson.
 
http://www.ubishops.ca/BaudrillardStudies/vol-6_2/v6-2-index.html
 
 
Gerry Coulter
Founding Editor, IJBS  http://www.ubishops.ca/baudrillardstudies/  
 



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        Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 22:33:04 -0400
        From: Julia Flanders <julia_flanders at brown.edu>
        Subject: DHQ issue 3.2, now available

I am very happy to announce that issue 3.2 of Digital Humanities  
Quarterly (http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/) is now available.

As we head towards the fourth anniversary of the journal's inception,  
I would like to thank the entire DHQ team for all of their hard work,  
creativity, and sense of adventure. Thanks as well are due to all  
those who have contributed to the reviewing and have given the authors  
such thoughtful feedback and advice. Finally, we all thank the authors  
for the excellent material they have enabled us to publish, and the  
journal's readers for their attention.

Best wishes and thanks to all--Julia

Julia Flanders
Editor-in-chief, DHQ
Brown University

****************************************
Spring 2009: v3 n2

_______________________

Special Cluster:  Done: Finishing Projects in the Digital Humanities
Matthew G.Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland

Large-Scale Humanities Computing Projects: Snakes Eating Tails, or  
Every End is a New Beginning?
William A. Kretzschmar, Jr., University of Georgia

It’s For Sale, So It Must Be Finished: Digital Projects in the  
Scholarly Publishing World
David Sewell, University of Virginia Press

Published Yet Never Done: The Tension Between Projection and  
Completion in Digital Humanities Research
Susan Brown, University of Guelph; Patricia Clements, University of  
Alberta; Isobel Grundy, University of Alberta; Stan Ruecker,  
University of Alberta; Jeffery Antoniuk, University of Alberta; Sharon  
Balazs, University of Alberta

_______________________

Special Cluster: Data Mining
Editor: Mark Olsen
Words, Patterns and Documents: Experiments in Machine Learning and  
Text Analysis
Shlomo Argamon, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science,  
Illinois Institute of Technology; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project,  
University of Chicago
Vive la Différence! Text Mining Gender Difference in French Literature
Shlomo Argamon, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science,  
Illinois Institute of Technology; Jean-Baptiste Goulain, Linguistic  
Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of  
Technology; Russell Horton, Digital Library Development Center,  
University of Chicago; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago

Gender, Race, and Nationality in Black Drama, 1950-2006: Mining  
Differences in Language Use in Authors and their Characters
Shlomo Argamon, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science,  
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago; Charles Cooney, ARTFL  
Project, University of Chicago; Russell Horton, Digital Library  
Development Center, University of Chicago; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project,  
University of Chicago; Sterling Stein, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept.  
of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago; Robert  
Voyer, Powerset

Mining Eighteenth Century Ontologies: Machine Learning and Knowledge  
Classification in the Encyclopédie
Russell Horton, Digital Library Development Center, University of  
Chicago; Robert Morrissey, University of Chicago; Mark Olsen, ARTFL  
Project, University of Chicago; Glenn Roe, ARTFL Project, University  
of Chicago; Robert Voyer,

Text Minding: A Response to Gender, Race, and Nationality in Black  
Drama, 1850-2000: Mining Differences in Language Use in Authors and  
their Characters
Sean Ross Meehan, Washington College, Chesterton, MD

_______________________

Articles
Communitizing Electronic Literature
Scott Rettberg, The University of Bergen Dept. of Literary,  
Linguistic, and Aesthetic Studies

Teaching and Learning from the U.S. South in Global Contexts: A Case  
Study of Southern Spaces and Southcomb
Sarah Toton, Emory University; Stacey Martin, Emory University

Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention
Eric Gordon, Emerson College; David Bogen, Rhode Island School of Design

_______________________

Reviews
A Review of Matthew Kirschenbaum, Mechanisms: New Media and the  
Forensic Imagination Cambridge, MA and London, UK: MIT University  
Press, 2008
Johanna Drucker, University of California, Los Angeles


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        Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 21:41:02 +0100
        From: "H.M. Gladney" <hmgladney at gmail.com>
        Subject: DDQ 8(2) is available 14


The Digital Document Quarterly newsletter volume 8 number 2 is available at http://home.pacbell.net/hgladney/ddq_8_2.htm.  Its table of contents is available at http://home.pacbell.net/hgladney/ddq.htm#Y2009.

The number of digital archiving and preservation publications seems to be decreasing  We speculate that novel possibilities have been exhausted, and that practical implementations are slow to appear because of insufficient public interest.

This DDQ number includes more reading recommendations than usual because I have encountered a great many interesting works.

Best wishes, Henry

H.M. Gladney, Ph.D., http://home.pacbell.net/hgladney


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        Date: Thu, 18 Jun 2009 16:23:40 +0100
        From: UTP Journals <thawkic551 at ROGERS.COM>
        Subject: Now Available Online - Journal of Scholarly Publishing 40:4, June2009


Now available at Journal of Scholarly Publishing Online

Volume 40, Number 4 / June 2009 of Journal of Scholarly Publishing is now available at http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/mp27547344h1/.

This issue contains:

Why Books Still Matter <http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/m157238872w87843/>
JOHN DONATICH

Motivations for Web-Based Scholarly Publishing: Do Scientists Recognize Open Availability as an Advantage?<http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/7658759u1003r047/>
JI-HONG PARK

Library Publishing as a New Model of Scholarly Communication http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/m18104664798570k/
JINGFENG XIA

How Scholars Credit Editors in Their Acknowledgements <http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/er1322525p618h14/>
ROBERT BROWN

The University of Minnesota Press <http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/m66j6607j243nq30/>
PAM WERRE

Writing a Series of Best-Selling Research Reference Books <http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/n7010v0137314363/>
YAN PIAW CHUA

Characterizing the Top Journals in Strategic Management: Orientation, Style, Originality, and Readability <http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/n175343q51v47521/>
TERESA GARCI´A-MERINO, VALLE SANTOS-A´LVAREZ

Online Review of Manuscripts: More haste, less speed? <http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/y2154420l230g096/>
STEPHEN K. DONOVAN

Reviews http://utpjournals.metapress.com/content/8004768457475482/

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