(Digital Humanities)

Cohen, Patricia — “Data Mining Large Digital Collections”

Cohen, Patricia — “Digital Keys for Unlocking the Humanities’ Riches”

Sample, Mark — “Digital Humanities is not about Building. It’s about Sharing”

Schnapp, Jeffrey — Short Guide to the Digital Humanities

Schreibman, Susan, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth — A Companion to Digital Humanities

(The Digital & Its Discontents)

Carr, Nicholas — The Shallows (Lecture) 

Grafton, Anthony — “Future Reading”

Mayer-Schonberger — Delete: The Virtue of Forgetting in a Digital Age

The Onion — “Nation Shudders At Large Block of Uninterrupted Text”

Shirky, Clay — “Does the Internet Make You Smarter?”

(Friends of CDIH)

Clemson University — Rhetorics, Communication, and Information Design

The University of Kentucky — Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies

The University of Texas at Austin — Digital Writing and Research Lab

(Google and the Future of Books)

Cecire, Natalia — “The visible hand”

The Church of Google

Darnton, Robert — “Google and the Future of Books”

Nunberg, Geoffrey — “Counting on Google Books”

Prensky, Mark — “In the 21st-Century University, Let’s Ban (Paper) Books”

Unsworth, John — “Documenting the Reinvention of Text”

Werner, Sarah — “Fetishizing Books and Textualizing the Digital”

(Language & Information Control)

Berman, Sanford — Personal Subject Heading Library of Congress Scorecard

LeGuin, Ursula — She Unnames Them

Manovich, Lev — “Database as a Genre of New Media”

Muscio, Inga — Dictionaries

Rosenzweig, Roy — “Can History Be Open Source? Wikipedia and the Future of the Past”

(Media & Technology Theory)

Brooke, Collin Gifford — “Forgetting to be (Post)Human: Memory and Media in a Kairotic Age”

Haraway, Donna — “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century”

Hayles, Katherine — How We Became PostHuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics

Heidegger, Martin — “The Question Concerning Technology”

Lanham, Richard — The Economics of Attention (Webtext)

Steadman, Ian — “Big Data and the Death of the Theorist”

(TED Talks)

Enriquez, Juan — “Your Online Life, Permanent as a Tattoo”

Katragadda, Lalitesh — “Making Maps to Fight Disaster, Build Economies”

McWhorter, John — “Txting is Killing Language. JK!!!”

Pariser, Eli — “Beware Online ‘Filter Bubbles'”

Shirky, Clay — “How the Internet will (One Day) Transform Government”

(What is Digital Humanities?)

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen — “The Humanities, Done Digitally”

Forster, Chris — “I’m Chris. Where am I Wrong?”

Kirschenbaum, Matthew — “What is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in English Departments?”

Pannapacker, William — “Stop Calling it ‘Digital Humanities'”

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