23.604 new publication: Digital Studies / Le champ numérique

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 604.
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        Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2010 13:56:52 -0800
        From: "Ray Siemens" <siemens at uvic.ca>
        Subject: Digital Studies / Le champ numérique: The Computer and Canadian Scholarship


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Digital Studies / Le champ numérique
http://www.digitalstudies.org 

Vol 1, No 2 (2009) http://bit.ly/7vndr

The Computer and Canadian Scholarship: Recent Trends in the Humanities and
Social Sciences

* John Bonnett and Kevin Kee.  Transitions: A Prologue and Preview for
Digital Humanities Research in Canada

* Robert C. H. Sweeny.  Rethinking Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Lessons
from the Montréal l’avenir du passé (MAP) Project.
* Anthony Di Mascio and Adam J. Green.  The Canadian Century Research
Infrastructure: Enabling Humanities and Social Science Research in the
Digital Age
* Shawn Graham.  Behaviour Space: Simulating Roman Social Life and Civil
Violence 
* Steve High and David Sworn.  After the Interview: The Interpretive
Challenges of Oral History Video Indexing
* Léon Robichaud.  L'histoire, le patrimoine et le public : la diffusion de
l'histoire grâce aux inventaires numériques disponibles sur le Web
* Bruce G. Robertson.  "Fawcett": A Toolkit to Begin an Historical Semantic
Web
* Bertrand Gervais.  Arts et littératures hypermédiatiques: éléments pour
une valorisation de la culture de l’écran
* Teresa Dobson and Vetta Vratulis.  Interrupting Processes of Inquiry:
Teaching and Learning with Social Media in Higher Education
* Mathew Novak and Jason Gilliland.  "Buried Beneath the Waves": Using GIS
to Examine the Physical and Social Impact of a Historical Flood
* Ray Siemens, Claire Warwick, Richard Cunningham, Teresa Dobson, Alan
Galey, Stan Ruecker, and Susan Schreibman.  Codex Ultor: Toward a Conceptual
and Theoretical Foundation for New Research on Books and Knowledge
Environments
* John Bonnett.  High-Performance Computing: An Agenda for the Social
Sciences and the Humanities in Canada

Digital Studies / Le champ numérique (ISSN 1918-3666) est une publication
universitaire spécialisée paraissant trois fois par an, destinée aux
chercheurs dans le domaine des sciences sociales numériques et ayant pour
objectif de leur offrir une ressource de niveau universitaire et de fournir
un cadre formel à leurs activités de recherche. DS/CN est publiée par la
Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l’étude des médias interactifs
(SDH/SEMI), un organisme affilié à l’Association for Computers and the
Humanities (ACH) et à l’Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing
(ALLC), via l’Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO). Les
travaux publiés dans DS/CN reflètent les valeurs de cette communauté et
l’interdisciplinarité de ceux qui la constituent, en mettant l’accent sur
l’émergence d’une méthodologie informatisée en sciences humaines et son
application, sur les enjeux de ces travaux dans les contextes disciplinaires
pertinents, et enfin sur le multilinguisme et la complémentarité avec
d’autres publications de l’ADHO (dont les revues Literary and Linguistic
Computing, et Digital Humanities Quarterly). De fait, nous aurons le souci
constant de refléter et de promouvoir, via les technologies, politiques et
pratiques de notre publication, les meilleures des pratiques émergentes ou
établies de notre communauté.

Digital Studies / Le champ numérique (ISSN 1918-3666) is a refereed academic
journal, publishing three times a year and serving as a formal arena for
scholarly activity and as an academic resource for researchers in the
digital humanities. DS/CN is published by the Society for Digital Humanities
/ Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (SDH/SEMI), an organisation
affiliated with the Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) and
the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing (ALLC) through the
Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO). Work published in DS/CN
reflects the values of this community and the interdisciplinary diversity of
those who comprise it, with particular emphasis on emerging digital
humanities methodology and its application, on the engagement of that work
in pertinent disciplinary contexts, and on multilinguality and
complementarity with other ADHO publications (among them the journals
Literary and Linguistic Computing, and Digital Humanities Quarterly).
Similarly, our publication technology, policies and practices will strive to
promote and reflect the community's best emergent and longstanding
practices.





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