Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come
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Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come

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Table of contents
Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Sustainability: The Elephant in the Room
Chapter Three The Grub Street Project: Imagining Futures in Scholarly Editing
Chapter Four The Grub Street Project Appendix
Chapter Five The Grub Street Project: A Cautionary Tale
Chapter Six Non-Consuming Relevance: “The Grub Street Project”
Chapter Seven Homer Multitext project
Chapter Eight Homer Multitext project—a response
Chapter Nine Response to Gregory Nagy, Homer Multitext project
Chapter Ten Integrating Digital Papyrology
Chapter Eleven Give us editors! Re-inventing the edition and re-thinking the humanities
Chapter Twelve Response to Roger Bagnall paper: Integrating Digital Papyrology
Chapter Thirteen The EVIA Digital Archive Project: Challenges and Solutions
Chapter Fourteen EVIA, Sustainability, and Mission-Creep
Chapter Fifteen The EVIA Project: Many Challenges, Some Solutions
Chapter Sixteen A Response to the Responses of John Unsworth and John Rink
Chapter Seventeen HyperCities: A Case Study for the Future of Scholarly Publishing
Chapter Eighteen Sustaining Digital Scholarship in Archaeology
Chapter Nineteen Urban Renewal: Some Lessons for HyperCities from the Preserving Virtual Worlds Project
Chapter Twenty Civil War Washington, the Walt Whitman Archive, and Some Present Editorial Challenges and Future Possibilities
Chapter Twenty-one The Idols of Scholarly Publishing
Chapter Twenty-two Negotiating the Cultural Turn As Universities Adopt a Corporate Model in an Economic Downturn
Chapter Twenty-three Rotunda: A University Press Starts a Digital Imprint
Chapter Twenty-four Perpetual Stewardship: Comments on Penelope Kaiserlian’s Paper on the Rotunda Press
Chapter Twenty-five Response to ROTUNDA: a university press starts a digital imprint
Chapter Twenty-six Removable Type
Chapter Twenty-seven Underpinnings of the Social Edition
Chapter Twenty-eight Underpinnings of the Social Edition Appendix 1
Chapter Twenty-nine Underpinnings of the Social Edition Appendix 2
Chapter Thirty Underpinnings of the Social Edition Appendix 3
Chapter Thirty-one As Transparent as Infrastructure: On the research of cyberinfrastructure in the humanities
Chapter Thirty-two European Elephants in the Room (are they the ones with the bigger or smaller ears?)
Chapter Thirty-three Scholarly Information Management: A Proposal
Chapter Thirty-four Schedule of Events
Chapter Thirty-five Conference Participants
Chapter Thirty-six Attributions
Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come
1st Edition
Collection Editor: Jerome McGann
© June 8, 2010 Jerome McGann
Table Of Contents
  • Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Sustainability: The Elephant in the Room
  • 3. The Grub Street Project: Imagining Futures in Scholarly Editing
  • 4. The Grub Street Project Appendix
  • 5. The Grub Street Project: A Cautionary Tale
  • 6. Non-Consuming Relevance: “The Grub Street Project”
  • 7. Homer Multitext project
  • 8. Homer Multitext project—a response
  • 9. Response to Gregory Nagy, Homer Multitext project
  • 10. Integrating Digital Papyrology
  • 11. Give us editors! Re-inventing the edition and re-thinking the humanities
  • 12. Response to Roger Bagnall paper: Integrating Digital Papyrology
  • 13. The EVIA Digital Archive Project: Challenges and Solutions
  • 14. EVIA, Sustainability, and Mission-Creep
  • 15. The EVIA Project: Many Challenges, Some Solutions
  • 16. A Response to the Responses of John Unsworth and John Rink
  • 17. HyperCities: A Case Study for the Future of Scholarly Publishing
  • 18. Sustaining Digital Scholarship in Archaeology
  • 19. Urban Renewal: Some Lessons for HyperCities from the Preserving Virtual Worlds Project
  • 20. Civil War Washington, the Walt Whitman Archive, and Some Present Editorial Challenges and Future Possibilities
  • 21. The Idols of Scholarly Publishing
  • 22. Negotiating the Cultural Turn As Universities Adopt a Corporate Model in an Economic Downturn
  • 23. Rotunda: A University Press Starts a Digital Imprint
  • 24. Perpetual Stewardship: Comments on Penelope Kaiserlian’s Paper on the Rotunda Press
  • 25. Response to ROTUNDA: a university press starts a digital imprint
  • 26. Removable Type
  • 27. Underpinnings of the Social Edition
  • 28. Underpinnings of the Social Edition Appendix 1
  • 29. Underpinnings of the Social Edition Appendix 2
  • 30. Underpinnings of the Social Edition Appendix 3
  • 31. As Transparent as Infrastructure: On the research of cyberinfrastructure in the humanities
  • 32. European Elephants in the Room (are they the ones with the bigger or smaller ears?)
  • 33. Scholarly Information Management: A Proposal
  • 34. Schedule of Events
  • 35. Conference Participants
  • 36. Attributions
Online Humanities Scholarship: The Shape of Things to Come

 

Collection Editor:

Jerome McGann

Authors:

Roger S. Bagnall
Alan Burdette
Dan Cohen
Paul Courant
Gregory Crane
Paolo D’Iorio
Robert Darnton
Jennifer Edmond
Hans Walter Gabler
Charles Henry
Penelope Kaiserlian
Michael A. Keller
Matthew Kirschenbaum
Laura Mandell
Jerome McGann

Frederick Moody
Michael Moss
Allison Muri
Gregory Nagy
Steve Plog
Timothy Powell
Todd Presner
Kenneth Price
John Rink
Peter Robinson
Geoffrey Rockwell
Ray Siemens
John Unsworth
susan schreibman

 

 

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This selection and arrangement of content as a collection is copyrighted by Jerome McGann. It is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license
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Collection structure revised: May 8, 2010

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