[Humanist] 29.64 pubs: philology; design; literary studies; human IT

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Sun May 31 11:27:19 CEST 2015

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 64.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
                Submit to: humanist at lists.digitalhumanities.org

  [1]   From:    "James O'Sullivan" <josullivan.c at gmail.com>               (29)
        Subject: Reviewers required for Digital Literary Studies

  [2]   From:    "Jonas Söderholm" <Jonas.Soderholm at hb.se>                (43)
        Subject: Human IT 12.3

  [3]   From:    Albert Lloret <medtextl at lists.illinois.edu>               (38)
        Subject: CFP, Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures

  [4]   From:    Ken Friedman <ken.friedman.sheji at icloud.com>             (146)
        Subject: Call for Papers -- She Ji. The Journal of Design, Economics,
                and Innovation.

        Date: Mon, 25 May 2015 23:48:35 -0400
        From: "James O'Sullivan" <josullivan.c at gmail.com>
        Subject: Reviewers required for Digital Literary Studies

Reviewers are required for *Digital Literary Studies*, an international
peer-reviewed interdisciplinary publication with a focus on those aspects
of Digital Humanities primarily concerned with literary studies.

As a reviewer for *Digital Literary Studies*, you will be an integral part
of a vibrant team of Digital Humanities scholars, and have the opportunity
to offer feedback on a variety of relevant topics from the field,
including, but not limited to:

   - Text Analytics
   - Computational Stylistics / Stylometry
   - Text Encoding
   - Computational Linguistics
   - Digital Resources
   - Publishing
   - Topic Modeling
   - Network Analysis
   - Electronic Literature
   - Critical Theory
   - Literary Games

Reviewers may sign up via our OJS instance at
http://digitalliterarystudies.org, or contact josullivan at psu.edu for
further details.


*James O'Sullivan *
@jamescosullivan  http://twitter.com/jamescosullivan 
Web: josullivan.org

New Binary Press: http://newbinarypress.com

        Date: Fri, 29 May 2015 15:29:01 +0200
        From: "Jonas Söderholm" <Jonas.Soderholm at hb.se>
        Subject: Human IT 12.3

Dear all, 

A fresh issue (12.3) of Human IT is now available at
http://etjanst.hb.se/bhs/ith/3-12/index.htm. This concludes our twelwth

The topics of the four peer reviewed articles, all empirical studies,
include: an information literacy analysis of a social media group as a
learning tool; the role of blogging in scholarly communication; how
choice of source repository influence students' approach in historical
study; a user perspective on usage and design issues of photo tagging.
In addition, we present a review of the book Digital Religion.

We will close shop during July and be back again in August. Until then,
we wish you all a great summer, enjoying Human IT in the hammock.

Linnéa Lindsköld and Jonas Söderholm, the editors

--- 12.3 Table of contents ---

* Editorial 

* Fredrik Hanell
Appropriating Facebook: Enacting Information Literacies [Refereed

* Sara Kjellberg
Researchers' Blogging Practices in Two Epistemic Cultures: The
Scholarly Blog as a Situated Genre [Refereed section]

* Thomas Nygren
Students Writing History Using Traditional and Digital Archives
[Refereed section]

* Aqdas Malik & Marko Nieminen
Understanding the Usage and Requirements of the Photo Tagging System
[Refereed section]

* Stefan Gelfgren
Is There Such a Thing as Digital Religion? [Book Review: Campbell
(2013). Digital Religion: Understanding Religious Practice in New Media

Human IT is a multi-disciplinary and scholarly journal with the goal
of bringing forth new research and discussion about digital media as
communicative, aesthetic, and ludic instruments. It is published by
the University of Borås.

For more information, please contact human.it at hb.se

        Date: Fri, 29 May 2015 19:06:28 +0000
        From: Albert Lloret <medtextl at lists.illinois.edu>
        Subject: CFP, Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures
        In-Reply-To: <COL125-W130A8B7D380C5A768F45FDE1C90 at phx.gbl>

Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures

Call for Submissions, 2016 and 2017 Open Issues

_Digital Philology_ is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of medieval vernacular texts and cultures. Founded by Stephen G. Nichols and Nadia R. Altschul, _Digital Philology_ aims to foster scholarship that crosses disciplines upsetting traditional fields of study, national boundaries and periodizations. _Digital Philology_ also encourages both applied and theoretical research that engages with the digital humanities and shows why and how digital resources require new questions, new approaches, and yield radical results. The Johns Hopkins University Press publishes two journal issues per year. One is open to all submissions, while the other is guest-edited, and revolves around a thematic axis.

Articles must be written in English, follow the latest edition of the MLA style manual, and be about 8,000 words in length, including abstract, footnotes, and list of works cited. Quotations in the main text in languages other than English should appear along with their English translation.

_Digital Philology_ is welcoming submissions for its 2016 and 2017 open issues. Inquiries and submissions (as a Word document attachment) should be sent to dph at jhu.edu<mailto:dph at jhu.edu>, addressed to the Managing Editor (Albert Lloret). Digital Philology also publishes manuscript studies and reviews of books and digital projects. Correspondence regarding manuscript studies may be addressed to Jeanette Patterson at jpatterson09 at gmail.com<mailto:jpatterson09 at gmail.com>. Correspondence regarding digital projects and publications for review may be addressed to Timothy Stinson at tlstinson at gmail.com<mailto:tlstinson at gmail.com>.


_Editorial Staff_

Albert Lloret, Managing Editor

University of Massachusetts Amherst

Jeanette Patterson, Manuscript Studies Editor

Binghamton University, SUNY

Timothy Stinson, Review Editor

North Carolina State University

Nadia R. Altschul, Executive Editor

Johns Hopkins University

Stephen G. Nichols and Nadia R. Altschul, Founding Editors

Johns Hopkins University

_Editorial Board_
Tracy Adams, University of Auckland
Benjamin Albritton, Stanford University
Nadia R. Altschul, Johns Hopkins University
R. Howard Bloch, Yale University
Kevin Brownlee, University of Pennsylvania
Jacqueline Cerquiglini-Toulet, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV
Suzanne Conklin Akbari, University of Toronto
Lucie Doležalová, Charles Univerzita Karlova v Prague
Alexandra Gillespie, University of Toronto
Jeffrey Hamburger, Harvard University
Daniel Heller-Roazen, Princeton University
Jennifer Kingsley, Johns Hopkins University
Sharon Kinoshita, University of California, Santa Cruz
Joachim Küpper, Freie Universität Berlin
Deborah McGrady, University of Virginia
Christine McWebb, University of Waterloo
Stephen G. Nichols, Johns Hopkins University
Johan Oosterman, Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
Timothy Stinson, North Carolina State University
Lori Walters, Florida State University

        Date: Wed, 27 May 2015 17:49:34 +0200
        From: Ken Friedman <ken.friedman.sheji at icloud.com>
        Subject: Call for Papers -- She Ji. The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation.
        In-Reply-To: <COL125-W130A8B7D380C5A768F45FDE1C90 at phx.gbl>

Dear Colleague,

It is with pleasure that I post the first Call for Papers for She Ji. The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation. This is a new journal published by Elsevier in Cooperation with Tongji University Press. We will launch the journal this September. 

All details follow below. If you have questions or queries regarding a possible article, please contact out Managing Editor, Dr. Jin Ma at:

majin.sheji at icloud.com

You can also write to me if you have questions. 

This CFP is attached in .pdf format showing the cover of our first issue. I would be most grateful if you will circulate this call as widely as possible. 

Best regards,


Ken Friedman, PhD, DSc (hc), FDRS | Editor-in-Chief | 设计 She Ji. The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation | Published by Elsevier in Cooperation with Tongji University Press | Launching in 2015

Chair Professor of Design Innovation Studies | College of Design and Innovation | Tongji University | Shanghai, China ||| University Distinguished Professor | Centre for Design Innovation | Swinburne University of Technology | Melbourne, Australia


Call for Papers -- She Ji. The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation.

She Ji is a peer-reviewed, trans-disciplinary design journal published by Elsevier in collaboration with Tongji University and Tongji University Press. The first issue will appear in September 2015. She Ji focuses on economics and innovation, design process, and design thinking. Our mission is to enable design innovation in industry, business, non-profit services, and government through economic and social value creation. Innovation requires integrating ideas, economics, and technology to create new knowledge at the intersection of different fields. She Ji provides a unique forum for this interdisciplinary inquiry.

She Ji addresses how societies, organizations, and individuals create, build, distribute, use, and enjoy goods and services, with an added focus on strategy and management. The journal also explores the way that organisations increasingly use design thinking to achieve organisational goals, and the journal examines how design thinking can inform wider social, managerial, and intellectual discourses. 

She Ji also publishes articles in research methods and methodology, philosophy, and philosophy of science to support the core journal

She Ji invites papers on topics within our remit. Articles of interest might cover such issues as:

– Design-driven innovation for social and economic change
– Design practices in management, consulting, and public service
– Alternative economies and industrial transformation
– Design for smart and sustainable living
– Latest design theories
– Methods and methodologies for design research
– Design for social innovation, organisational change, and education
– Design, computation, and algorithms
– Cultural aspects of design and innovation
– Philosophy of design
– Philosophy of science in design research

In particular, She Ji encourages three new dimensions in the literature of design and innovation: (1) serious economic inquiry and management inquiry; (2) rigorous research in design using the methods of the natural sciences, social sciences, and economics; (3) methodological contributions that deploy innovative research methods and processes.

She Ji publishes seven types of articles:

1) Original research articles. She Ji welcomes conceptual, theoretical, and empirical articles. All research articles are subject to double-blind peer review. Following peer review, She Ji works with authors on a final round of copy editing to ensure highly readable articles that will reach and influence a wide audience of scholars, researchers, and professional designers, teachers and students, as well as leaders in business, industry, and government.

2) Review articles. She Ji encourages literature review and research review articles. Review articles use double-blind peer review followed by copy editing.

3) Case studies. She Ji publishes two kinds of case study articles. The journal welcomes original research articles involving rigorous case studies and reflection. Research case studies use double-blind peer review. The journal also welcomes short case reports in the short communications category.

4) Short communications. She Ji welcomes short reports or research announcements that describe work in progress with preliminary research results. Short communications are not subject to peer review.

5) Book reviews. Books reviews focus on analysis and discussion of individual books as well as extended book reviews covering several books. She Ji also publishes short book notes. Book reviews are not subject to peer review.

6) Discussion articles. Discussion articles include interviews, opinion leader commentary, and dialogues. Discussion articles are not subject to peer review.

7) Letters. She Ji encourages written responses to articles and original comments on issues relevant to the journal. Letters to the editor are limited to 1,500 words. All letters commenting on articles will be sent to the author of the original article for response. Selected letters will be published in She Ji. Letters are not subject to peer review. She Ji is fully open access. Tongji University and Tongji University Press support She Ji as a contribution to the design field and a public service to design research. We do not charge author fees and all published articles are accessible free of charge from the journal web site.

To submit articles to She Ji, please go to the She Ji Web site at URL: 

Please direct questions and correspondence to the Managing Editor, Dr. Jin Ma: majin.sheji at icloud.com


Our Editors and Reviewers

She Ji has a distinguished Editorial Board of editors from Europe, North America, Asia, and Australia. Our editors represent a broad spectrum of disciplines. In addition to senior researchers and leading scholars, the board includes promising younger scholars who explicitly address the need to bring research from the academic setting into practice – and those who seek ways to translate the findings of effective practice into research. The editors are deeply engaged in the ongoing work of the journal. The journal also has an Editorial Advisory Board comprised of senior scholars, researchers, and the editors of other leading journals. The advisory board provides general advice. In addition, She Ji has an extensive Editorial Review Board of researchers and scholars from around the world. Members of the review board help us to referee articles. She Ji will select new members of the Editorial Board from this group.


Ken Friedman, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China; Swinburne University of Technology, Australia

e-mail: ken.friedman.sheji at icloud.com

Executive Editor

Yongqi Lou, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China;

e-mail: lou.yongqi at gmail.com

Managing Editor

Jin Ma, College of Design and Innovation, Tongji University, China;

e-mail: majin.sheji at icloud.com

Deputy Managing Editor

Deirdre Barron, Faculty of Design, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia;

e-mail: dbarron at swin.edu.au


Associate Editors

Eli Blevis, Indiana University, United States
Sam Bucolo, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Ilpo Koskinen, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Ksenija Kuzmina, Loughborough University, UK
Michael Lissack, Institute for the Study of Coherence and Emergence, USA
Punya Mishra, Michigan State University, USA
Gjoko Muratovski, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
Jack Ox, CARC, University of New Mexico, USA
Owain Pedgley, University of Liverpool, UK
Tiiu Poldma, Université de Montréal, Canada
Lubomir Popov, Bowling Green State University, USA
Tim Smithers, Independent Research Consultant, Spain
Brynjulf Tellefsen, Norwegian Business School, Norway


Board of Editors

Antti Ainamo, St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia
Linden J. Ball, University of Central Lancashire, UK
Daved Barry, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Christian Bason, Danish Design Centre, Denmark
Tracy Bhamra, Loughborough University, UK
Cees de Bont, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Mark Breitenberg, Art Center College of Design, USA
Bruce Calway, Shandong University, China
Lin-Lin Chen, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan
Bo T Christensen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Rachel Cooper, University of Lancaster, UK
Meredith Davis, North Carolina State University, USA
Lily Diaz-Kommonen, Aalto University, Finland
Jerry Diethelm, University of Oregon, USA
Kees Dorst, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Linda Drew, Glasgow School of Art, Scotland
Kalevi Ekman, Aalto University, Finland
Alastair Fuad-Luke, Aalto University, Finland
Carma R. Gorman, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Roy Green, University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Pierre Guillet de Monthoux, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Paul Hekkert, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
Dan Hill, Future Cities Catapult, UK
Sabine Junginger, Macromedia University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Lorraine Justice, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
Barry Katz, California College of the Arts, USA
Lucy Kimbell, University of Brighton, UK & University of Oxford, UK
Kun-Pyo Lee, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea
Chris McMahon, University of Bristol, UK
Anna Meroni, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Derek Miller, The Policy Lab, USA
Brigitte Borja de Mozota, Université Paris I Sorbonne, France
Peter Murphy, James Cook University, Australia
Yukari Nagai, Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Japan
Bonnie Nardi, University of California at Irvine, USA
Christena Nippert-Eng, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Don Norman, University of California at San Diego, USA
David Raizman, Drexel University, USA
M P Ranjan, Ahmedabad University, India
Göran Roos, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Seymour Roworth-Stokes, Coventry University, UK
Christopher Smith, Nottingham University, UK
Susan Squires, University of North Texas, USA
Marco Steinberg, Snowcone and Haystack, Finland
Erik Stolterman, Indiana University, USA
Toshiharu Taura, Kobe University, Japan
Scott Thompson-Whiteside, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Teal Triggs, Royal College of the Arts, UK
Elizabeth (Dori) Tunstall, Swinburne University of Technology, Australia
Anna Valtonen, Aalto University, Finland
Peter-Paul Verbeek, University of Twente, The Netherlands
Roberto Verganti, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Karel van der Waarde, Basel School of Design, Switzerland
Min Wang, Central Academy of Fine Arts, China
Xiangyang Xin, Jiangnan University, China


Editorial Advisory Board

Carolynne Bourne AM, Bourne and Associates P/L, Australia
Richard Buchanan, Case Western Reserve University, USA
Nigel Cross, The Open University, UK
Larry Leifer, Stanford University, USA
Swee Mak, RMIT Melbourne, Australia
Ezio Manzini, Politecnico di Milano, Italy & University of the Arts London, UK
Sharon Poggenpohl, Editor Emeritus, Visible Language, USA
Yrjo Sotamaa, Aalto University, Finland
Maureen Thurston, Deloitte, Australia
Jane Treadwell, World Bank, Washington, DC, USA
Patrick Whitney, Illinois Institute of Technology, USA
Siegfried Zhiqiang Wu, Tongji University, China

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