[Humanist] 27.447 pubs: DHQ 7.1; Altmetrics Bibliography

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 447.
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  [1]   From:    "Flanders, Julia" <j.flanders at neu.edu>                    (52)
        Subject: DHQ issue 7.1

  [2]   From:    "Charles W. Bailey, Jr." <cwbailey at digital-               (35)
        Subject: Altmetrics Bibliography

        Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2013 11:42:44 +0000
        From: "Flanders, Julia" <j.flanders at neu.edu>
        Subject: DHQ issue 7.1

I am very happy to announce the release of DHQ issue 7.1, a huge issue that includes a special cluster on "The Literary" guest edited by Jessica Pressman and Lisa Swanstrom, as well as a set of additional articles. 

Best wishes, Julia

Julia Flanders
Editor in chief, DHQ
Northeastern University

DHQ 7.1 (2013)

Special Cluster: The Literary
Editors: Lisa Swanstrom and Jessica Pressman

The Literary And/As the Digital Humanities
Jessica Pressman, ACLS Fellow; Lisa Swanstrom, Florida Atlantic University

A Visual Sense is Born in the Fingertips: Towards a Digital Ekphrasis
Cecilia Lindhé, Umeå University

Taken Possession of: The Reprinting and Reauthorship of Hawthorne's "Celestial Railroad" in the Antebellum Religious Press
Ryan Cordell, Northeastern University

Revenge of the Nerd: Junot Díaz and the Networks of American Literary Imagination
Ed Finn, Arizona State University

Kindling, Disappearing, Reading
Yung-Hsing Wu, University of Louisiana, Lafayette

A Deep History of Electronic Textuality: The Case of English Reprints Jhon Milton Areopagitica
Whitney Anne Trettien, Duke University

The .txtual Condition: Digital Humanities, Born-Digital Archives, and the Future Literary
Matthew Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland

cut to fit the tool-spun course
Nick Montfort, MIT; Stephanie Strickland, Independent scholar

Criminal Code: Procedural Logic and Rhetorical Excess in Videogames
Mark L. Sample, George Mason University

Code as Ritualized Poetry: The Tactics of the Transborder Immigrant Tool
Mark C. Marino, University of Southern California

The End of Literature: Machine Reading and Amitav Ghosh’s The Calcutta Chromosome
Mike Frangos, University of Umeå

Whence Feminism? Assessing Feminist Interventions in Digital Literary Archives
Jacqueline Wernimont, Scripps College

Digital Humanities, Copyright Law, and the Literary
Robin Wharton, Independent Scholar

The Idiocy of the Digital Literary (and what does it have to do with digital humanities)?
Sandy Baldwin, West Virginia University

Regular Articles

Sounding for Meaning: Using Theories of Knowledge Representation to Analyze Aural Patterns in Texts
Tanya Clement, University of Texas, Austin; David Tcheng, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Loretta Auvil, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Boris Capitanu, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Megan Monroe, University of Maryland, College Park

The Boundless Book: A Conversation between the Pre-modern and Posthuman
Alison Tara Walker, Saint Louis University

An Agent-based Model for the Humanities
Belinda Roman, St. Mary's University

Performative Materiality and Theoretical Approaches to Interface
Johanna Drucker, UCLA

Modeling Afro-Latin American Artistic Representations in Topic Maps: Cuba’s Prominence in Latin American Discourse
Eduard A. Arriaga, University of Western Ontario; Fernando Sancho Caparrini, University of Sevilla; Juan Luis Suárez, University of Western Ontario

Developing Academic Capacity in Digital Humanities: Thoughts from the Canadian Community
Lynne Siemens, University of Victoria

        Date: Fri, 18 Oct 2013 14:11:07 +0000
        From: "Charles W. Bailey, Jr." <cwbailey at digital-scholarship.com>
        Subject: Altmetrics Bibliography

Digital Scholarship has released the Altmetrics
Bibliography, which includes over 50 selected
English-language articles and technical reports that are
useful in understanding altmetrics.


The "altmetrics" concept is still evolving. In "The
Altmetrics Collection," Jason Priem, Paul Groth, and Dario
Taraborelli define altmetrics as follows:

"Altmetrics is the study and use of scholarly impact
measures based on activity in online tools and environments.
The term has also been used to describe the metrics
themselves—one could propose in plural a 'set of new
altmetrics.' Altmetrics is in most cases a subset of both
scientometrics and webometrics; it is a subset of the
latter in that it focuses more narrowly on scholarly
influence as measured in online tools and environments,
rather than on the Web more generally."

Sources have been published from January 2001 through
September 2013.

The bibliography includes links to freely available versions
of included works. If such versions are unavailable,
italicized links to the publishers' descriptions are

It is available under a Creative Commons
Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States License.

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Charles W. Bailey, Jr.
Publisher, Digital Scholarship

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