[globaloutlookDH-l] Must reads in Global DH?

Daniel O'Donnell daniel.odonnell at uleth.ca
Fri Jan 31 11:10:54 MST 2014

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.
>     —fiona
>     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)
>>     http://dhpoco.org/blog/2013/05/31/postcolonial-studies-digital-humanities-and-the-politics-of-language/
>>     On Thu, Jan 30, 2014 at 2:16 PM, igalina <igalina at unam.mx> wrote:
>>         Hi Dan:
>>         I suggest:
>>         -Claverte, F. (2013). The DH multicultural revolution did not
>>         happen yet, Frédéric Clavert blog, 26 April
>>         2013,http://www.clavert.net/the-digital-humanities-multicultural-revolution-did-not-happen-yet/.
>>         -Dacos, M. (2013). La estrategia de la sauna finlandesa,
>>         (trad. J. López) in Blog colectivo de la Red de Humanidades
>>         Digitales, 12 agosto 2013,
>>         http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/2013/08/12/estrategia-sauna-finlandesa/.
>>         -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,
>>         http://infolet.it/2013/05/05/seven-points-on-dh-and-multiculturalism/
>>         -Galina, I. (2013). Las Humanidades Digitales Globales, Blog
>>         de la RedHD, 8 November 2013,
>>         http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/2013/11/08/las-humanidades-digitales-globales/
>>         Please share the list when you are done. It sounds useful!
>>         Best,
>>         Isabel
>>         ----------
>>         Dra. Isabel Galina Russell
>>         Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliográficas,
>>         Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
>>         igalina at unam.mx
>>         @igalina
>>         ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>         *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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