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Field or Method?
- Susan Hockey, “History of Humanities Computing,” A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.
- Cohen and Rosenzweig, “Exploring the History Web,” Digital History
- William Cronnon, “Getting Ready to Do History,” Carnegie Essays on the Doctorate, Carnegie Initiative on the Doctorate, Carnegie Foundation, Palo Alto , 2004, 1-18.(pdf)
- “The Promise of Digital History,” Journal of American History, September 2008.
- Robert Townsend, “How Is New Media Reshaping the Work of Historians?,” Perspectives (November 2010).
- Tim Sherratt, “It’s all about the Stuff: Collections, Interfaces, Power and People,” Discontents
- Tim Hitchcock, “Academic Writing and Its Discontents,” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, 1 (Winter 2011)
- William Thomas, “Writing A Digital History Journal Article from Scratch: An Account” (2007)
- Edward Ayers, “Does Digital Scholarship Have a Future?” Educause Review (August 5, 2013)
- American Historical Review Prize for the Best Digital Article (2012)
- Seek out digital history sites and tools that relate to your own field of study. Consult the following gateways to get a sense of what is available:
- Draft a review rubric: What should historians consider when they review digital work? (Post to your blog.)
- Review and summarize the existing digital materials related to your work (Compile a list of key resources; post to your blog.)
- Write a blog post reflecting on the materials and activities for the week.