By Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth
This highly-anticipated quantity has been greatly revised to mirror adjustments in expertise, electronic humanities equipment and practices, and institutional tradition surrounding the valuation and ebook of electronic scholarship.
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- Accessibly based into 5 sections exploring infrastructures, production, research, dissemination, and the way forward for electronic humanities
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Thus, wherever possible, messiness, process, and transduction should not be masked, rendered opaque, or excised from the output of collaborative initiatives. 9 By extension, the ethos and everyday of makerspaces are imbricated with questions of labor, including the labor of an increasingly casualized academic workforce. Bethany Nowviskie suggests a connection between stable employment and both the time and level of institutional connection required to engage intellectually as well as practically with the messiness of knowledge production: If the vast majority of our teaching faculty become contingent, what vanishing minority of those will ever transition from being passive digital tool‐users to active humanities makers?
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Between Bits and Atoms 11 Design Agenda: Design‐in‐Use One particularly rich source of physical experiments in the humanities has traditionally been analytical bibliography, the study of books as material artifacts. For instance, Joseph Viscomi’s Blake and the Idea of the Book (1993) brilliantly reverse‐engineers the nineteenth‐ century British artist’s illuminated books through hands‐on experimentation involving the tools, materials, and chemicals Blake routinely used in his printmaking shop. Similarly, Peter Stallybrass and collaborators (2004) explored Renaissance writing tech nologies by recreating the specially treated, erasable paper bound into so‐called “tables” or “table‐books,” which figure prominently as a metaphor for memory in Shakespeare’s Hamlet.