[Air-L] Database reading list
amanda.licastro at gmail.com
Wed Jun 8 10:06:57 PDT 2016
Hello again everyone,
Thank you for the brilliant suggestions. I have made a public zotero group
for databases in the humanities:
Feel free to join, contribute, add notes, and tag as you see fit!
Thank you again,
Amanda Licastro, PhD
Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric,
Stevenson University in Maryland
On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 9:53 AM, Amanda Licastro <amanda.licastro at gmail.com>
> Hello Air Followers,
> I am looking to compile a list of readings on the database. I am
> specifically looking for information about how data is collected,
> organized, and manipulated in the humanities and social sciences, and even
> more specifically in terms of our teaching/assessment materials. Take, for
> Drucker, Johanna. “Database Narratives in Book and Online.” *Journal of
> Electronic Publishing* 18.1 (2015): n. pag. Web.
> Price, Kenneth M. “Edition, Project, Database, Archive, Thematic Research
> Collection: What’s in a Name?” *Digital Humanities Quarterly* 3.3 (2009):
> n. pag. Print.
> I will create a public Zotero group of these materials and invite anyone
> on the list who is interested once I collect your suggestions.
> Thank you in advance,
> Amanda Licastro, PhD
> Assistant Professor of Digital Rhetoric,
> Stevenson University in Maryland
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