[Air-L] Database reading list

Tarleton L. Gillespie tlg28 at cornell.edu
Wed May 25 07:14:40 PDT 2016

This list focuses specifically on the metaphors used to describe data and databases, but it may have references relevant to your needs too.



On 5/25/16, 9:53 AM, "Air-L on behalf of Amanda Licastro" <air-l-bounces at listserv.aoir.org on behalf of amanda.licastro at gmail.com> wrote:

>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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