Digital Archiving Resources

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The editors of A Companion to Digital Humanities provide a historical and disciplinary context to computing in the humanities. This article gives an overview of the theory and techniques that digital humanities apply to the study of texts and other…

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In his introduction to Understanding Digital Humanities, David Berry traces the history of digital humanities—an evolving method and theory of interpreting the effects of digitization and computation on society and culture, while simultaneously…

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Erika Farr, digital archives coordinator for Emory University’s MARBL (Manuscripts and Rare Books Library), interviewed Salman Rushdie, noted author and Emory University’s Distinguished Professor, in a compelling, lengthy discussion regarding…

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Hand investigates political and economic power, digital technologies, and culture. Although he does not cite digitization as a cause of decentering economies or other cultural changes he does acknowledge broad trends related to digitization. One of…

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Author and archivist Frederick Stielow reviews fundamental principles and practices of archiving and outlines the technical steps and intellectual rationale for adding metadata, developing encoding schemas, and designing the web interface. Of…

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Archivist, Audra Yun, illuminates several fundamental digital archiving issues in her blog and provides critical commentary for the many conferences and workshops she attends. In her most recent entry, "The present and future of audiovisual archives:…

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The EVIA Digital Archive Project is a collection of digitized, unedited videos representing ethnographic research and corresponding scholarly documentation. EVIA’s video content poses challenges similar to those of other digital archives including…

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Rice University’s “Our America’s Archive Partnership,” (OAAP), is an aggregation of diverse resources chronicling the history and culture of the Americas. In this article, Rice University professor, Melissa Bailar, discusses the scholarly and…

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Close readings of literary texts afford the student opportunities for isolating and analyzing elements of text, thereby revealing cultural and stylistic influences of author, printer, and society. Digitization of print facilitates close reading by…

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The study of digital humanities is in transition as it adapts its origins in computation and textual analysis to the media-specific analysis and cultural conventions of emerging digital technologies. In this text, Matthew Gold gathers the varying…
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