[globaloutlookDH-l] Must reads in Global DH?
daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca
Sat Feb 1 10:18:25 MST 2014
On 14-02-01 06:22 AM, Domenico Fiormonte wrote:
> Hi Dan I think it's a good idea, but I guess we could also use what's
> already there.
> The Italian IU/DH association has recently launched a project for
> gathering or aggregating all the Italian DH resources (especially
> blogs) in one single gateway/platform.The person working on this is
> Giorgio Guzzetta (who's also a member of this list) and perhaps could
> give you more details.
> As for other countries/languages, recently we've posted something on
> Russian DH here:
> I know that they have published the proceedings of this conference:
> And I've invited one of the organizers, Vladimir Nikiforov, to join
> this list.
> All the best
> 2014-01-31 Daniel O'Donnell <daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca
> <mailto:daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca>>:
> I wonder if we could think of a way of doing a regular round up by
> language of blogs and other articles. I.e. something where
> somebody who reads Italian well, for example, writes a regular
> column on what's hot in the italian DH (or perhaps, better said,
> IU) blogosphere and research world. And for Spanish, and/or for
> regions (South America, Caribbean, Asia, etc.).
> My suggestion would be that we could appoint some correspondents
> who would write their own blog posting every so often (might be a
> nice set of CV lines for a graduate student). I could check to see
> if Digital Studies was interested in publishing them as well. I'm
> torn about whether it is better to have people write the reports
> in the language they are most comfortable in (our idealised
> practice at GO::DH) or in the lingua franca, since the point is to
> bring bibliography that might not be known outside of a speech
> community into the open.
> What do people think?
> On 14-01-31 10:54 AM, Alex Gil wrote:
>> I will gather them up this weekend. Stay tuned!
>> On Friday, January 31, 2014, Fiona Barnett
>> <fiona.barnett at duke.edu <mailto:fiona.barnett at duke.edu>> wrote:
>> If someone wants to gather these up, along with Dan’s
>> original list of 10, I'd love to feature the post on HASTAC.
>> Helpful lists like this are very well received and I’m sure
>> would be extremely helpful as people start to develop their
>> course proposals for next year.
>> Please let me know if someone (Dan or otherwise) would like
>> to do a round-up of readings, and if you need help getting it
>> posted. It could of course be cross-posted on your own blog
>> or the GO::DH site as well.
>> On Jan 30, 2014, at 10:28 PM, David Golumbia
>> <dgolumbia at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> from those I know and the titles of others, this piece of
>>> mine raises issues not quite directly addressed in others:
>>> David Golumbia, "Postcolonial Studies, Digital Humanities,
>>> and the Politics of Language,"/Postcolonial Digital
>>> Humanities/ (May 31, 2013)
>>> On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 2:16 PM, igalina <igalina at unam.mx>
>>> Hi Dan:
>>> I suggest:
>>> -Claverte, F. (2013). The DH multicultural revolution
>>> did not happen yet, Frédéric Clavert blog, 26 April
>>> -Dacos, M. (2013). La estrategia de la sauna finlandesa,
>>> (trad. J. López) in Blog colectivo de la Red de
>>> Humanidades Digitales, 12 agosto 2013,
>>> -Fiormonte, D. (2012). Towards a Cultural Critique of
>>> the Digital Humanities. /Historical Social Research /
>>> Historische Sozialforschung/, Thaller, M. (ed.) special
>>> issue on Controversies around the Digital Humanities,
>>> *37*:3, 2012.
>>> -Fiormonte, D.(2013). Seven points on DH and
>>> multiculturalism, Infolet blog, 5 May 2013,
>>> -Galina, I. (2013). Las Humanidades Digitales Globales,
>>> Blog de la RedHD, 8 November 2013,
>>> Please share the list when you are done. It sounds useful!
>>> Dra. Isabel Galina Russell
>>> Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas,
>>> Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
>>> igalina at unam.mx
>>> *De:* globaloutlookdh-l
>>> <globaloutlookdh-l-bounces at uleth.ca> en nombre de
>>> Ernesto Priego <efpriego at gmail.com>
>>> *Enviado:* jueves, 30 de enero de 2014 01:29 a.m.
>>> *Para:* Daniel O'Donnell; A list for participants in the
>>> ADHO DH Global Outlook Community
>>> *Asunto:* Re: [globaloutlookDH-l] Must reads in Global DH?
>>> I feel bad for suggesting my own post, but
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