Stating the Problem

Blais, Joline, Jon Ippolito, and Owen Smith. New Criteria for New Media. New Media Department, University of Maine, January 2007.

Burgess, Helen J., and Jeanne Hamming. “New Media in the Academy: Labor and the Production of Knowledge in Scholarly Multimedia.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 5, no. 3 (2011).

Cavanagh, Sheila. “Living in a Digital World: Rethinking Peer Review, Collaboration and Open Access.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. “Peer Review, Judgment, and Reading.” Profession (2011): 196–201.

Galarza, Alex, Jason Heppler, and Douglas Seefeldt. “A Call to Redefine Historical Scholarship in the Digital Turn.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Gibbs, Fred. “Critical Discourse in the Digital Humanities.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 1 (Winter 2012).

Kelly, T. Mills. “Making Digital Scholarship Count (Part I- of III).” Edwired, June 13, 2008.

Nowviskie, Bethany. “Evaluating Collaborative Digital Scholarship (or, Where Credit is Due).” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

———. “Where Credit Is Due: Preconditions for the Evaluation of Collaborative Digital Scholarship.” Profession (2011): 169–181.


Anderson, Steve, and Tara McPherson. “Engaging Digital Scholarship: Thoughts on Evaluating Multimedia Scholarship.” Profession (2011): 136–151.

Bates, David. “Peer Review and Evaluation of Digital Resources for the Arts and Humanities.” Institute of Historical Research – Digital Resources, n.d.

Brennan, Sheila. “Let the Grant Do the Talking.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Coble, Zach. “Evaluating DH Work: Guidelines for Librarians.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Coletta, Cristina Della. “Guidelines for Promotion and Tenure Committees in Judging Digital Work.” Evaluating Digital Scholarship – NINES/NEH Summer Institutes: 2011-2012, n.d.

Cosgrave, Mike, Anna Dowling, Lynn Harding, Róisín O’Brien, and Olivia Rohan. “Evaluating Digital Scholarship: Experiences in New Programmes at an Irish University.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Davidson, Cathy. “How Can A Digital Humanist Get Tenure?” HASTAC, September 17, 2012.

Harley, Diane, Jonathan Henke, Shannon Lawrence, et al. Use and Users of Digital Resources: A Focus on Undergraduate Education in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Berkeley’s Center for Studies in Higher Education, April 5, 2006.

Harris, Katherine. “Explaining Digital Humanities in Promotion Documents.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Mandell, Laura. “Promotion and Tenure for Digital Scholarship.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Marchionini, G., Plaisant, C., & Komlodi, A. “The People in Digital Libraries: Multifaceted Approaches to Assessing Needs and Impact.” In Digital Library Use: Social Practice in Design and Evaluation, edited by Bishop, A. P. et al., 119–160. Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2003.

Mattern, Shannon Christine. “Evaluating Multimodal Work, Revisited.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Presner, Todd. “How to Evaluate Digital Scholarship.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Rockwell, Geoffrey. “On the Evaluation of Digital Media as Scholarship.” Profession (2011): 152–168.

———. “Short Guide to Evaluation of Digital Work.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Sample, Mark. “Tenure as a Risk-Taking Venture.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Shaw, Ryan. “On Tenure and Why Code Can’t Speak for Itself,” n.d.

Smithies, James. “Evaluating Scholarly Digital Outputs: The 6 Layers Approach.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Tanner, Simon. Measuring the Impact of Digital Resources: Balanced Value Impact Model. London: King’s College, October 2012.

Wouters, Paul, and Rodrigo Costas. Users, Narcissism and Control – Tracking the Impact of Scholarly Publications in the 21st Century. SURFfoundation, February 2012.

Institutional Guidelines

AAHC. “Tenure Guidelines.” American Association for History and Computing, n.d.

Ahlberg, Kristin, William S. Bryans, Constance B. Schulz, Debbie Ann Doyle, Kathleen Franz, John R. Dichtl, Edward Countryman, Gregory E. Smoak, and Susan Ferentinos. Tenure, Promotion and the Publicly Engaged Historian. AHA/NCPH/OAH Working Group on Evaluating Public History Scholarship, n.d.

Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “Promotion & Tenure Criteria for Assessing Digital Research in the Humanities.” Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, n.d.

MLA. “Documenting a New Media Case.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

———. “Guidelines for Editors of Scholarly Editions.” Modern Language Association, n.d.

———. “Guidelines for Evaluating Work in Digital Humanities and Digital Media.” Journal of Digital Humanities 1, no. 4 (Fall 2012).

Purdue University. “Evaluation Criteria for the Scholarship of Engagement”, n.d.

Unsworth, John. “Evaluating Digital Scholarship, Promotion & Tenure Cases.” University of Virginia College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences – Office of the Dean, n.d.

For the Practitioner

Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. “Recommendations for Digital Humanities Projects.” Center for Digital Research in the Humanities, n.d.

Koh, Adeline. “The Challenges of Digital Scholarship.” The Chronicle of Higher Education. ProfHacker, January 25, 2012.

Kramer, Michael. “What Does Digital Humanities Bring to the Table?” Issues in Digital History, September 25, 2012.

Spiro, Lisa. “Tips on Writing a Successful Grant Proposal.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, September 9, 2008.

Summit on Digital Tools for the Humanities. The Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities – University of Virginia, 2006.

Visconti, Amanda. “‘Songs of Innocence and of Experience:’ Amateur Users and Digital Texts.” University of Michigan, 2010.

Further Bibliography

Beagle, Donald, (2014). Digital Humanities in the Research Commons: Precedents & Prospects, Association of College & Research Libraries: dh+lib.

Benzon, William; Hays, David (1976). “Computational Linguistics and the Humanist”. Computers and the Humanities. 10: 265–274. doi:10.1007/bf02420060.

Berry, D. M., ed. (2012). Understanding Digital Humanities, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Burdick, Anne, Johanna Drucker, Peter Lunenfeld, Todd Presner, & Jeffrey Schnap (2012). Digital_Humanities, The MIT Press

Busa, Roberto (1980). ‘The Annals of Humanities Computing: The Index Thomisticus’, in Computers and the Humanities vol. 14, pp. 83–90. Computers and the Humanities (1966-2004)

Celentano, A., Cortesi, A. & Mastandrea, P. (2004). Informatica Umanistica: una disciplina di confine, Mondo Digitale, vol. 4, pp. 44–55.

Classen, Christoph, Kinnebrock, Susanne, & Löblich, Maria, eds. (2012). Towards Web History: Sources, Methods, and Challenges in the Digital Age. Historical Social Research, 37 (4), 97-188.

Condron Frances, Fraser, Michael & Sutherland, Stuart, eds. (2001). Oxford University Computing Services Guide to Digital Resources for the Humanities, West Virginia University Press.

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen (2011). Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy. New York; NYU Press. ISBN 9780814727874

Gardiner, Eileen and Ronald G. Musto. (2015). The Digital Humanities: A Primer for Students and Scholars. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gold, Matthew K., ed. (2012). Debates In the Digital Humanities. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Grandjean, Martin (2016). “A social network analysis of Twitter: Mapping the digital humanities community”. Cogent Arts & Humanities. 3 (1): 1171458. doi:10.1080/23311983.2016.1171458.

Hancock, B.; Giarlo, M.J. (2001). “Moving to XML: Latin texts XML conversion project at the Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities”. Library Hi Tech. 19 (3): 257–264. doi:10.1108/07378830110405139.

Heftberger, Adelheid (2016). Kollision der Kader. Dziga Vertovs Filme, die Visualisierung ihrer Strukturen und die Digital Humanities. Munich: edition text + kritik.

Hockey, Susan (2001). Electronic Text in the Humanities: Principles and Practice, Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Honing, Henkjan (2008). “The role of ICT in music research: A bridge too far?”. International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing. 1(1): 67–75.

Inman James, Reed, Cheryl, & Sands, Peter, eds. (2003). Electronic Collaboration in the Humanities: Issues and Options, Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.

Kenna, Stephanie & Ross, Seamus, eds. (1995). Networking in the humanities: Proceedings of the Second Conference on Scholarship and Technology in the Humanities held at Elvetham Hall, Hampshire, UK 13–16 April 1994. London: Bowker-Saur.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew (2008). Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Manovich, Lev (2013). ‘Software Takes Command. London and New York: Bloomsbury Academic.

McCarty, Willard (2005). Humanities Computing, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Moretti, Franco (2007). Graphs, Maps, Trees: Abstract Models for Literary History. New York: Verso.

Mullings, Christine, Kenna, Stephanie, Deegan, Marilyn, & Ross, Seamus, eds. (1996). New Technologies for the Humanities London: Bowker-Saur.

Newell, William H., ed. (1998). Interdisciplinarity: Essays from the Literature. New York: College Entrance Examination Board.

Ramsay, Steve (2011). Reading Machines: Toward an Algorithmic Criticism. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Schreibman, Susan, Siemens, Ray & Unsworth, John, eds. (2004). A Companion To Digital Humanities Blackwell Publishers.

Selfridge-Field, Eleanor, ed. (1997). Beyond MIDI: The Handbook of Musical Codes. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

Thaller, Manfred (2012). “Controversies around the Digital Humanities”. Historical Social Research. 37 (3): 7–229

Swirski, Peter. (2013). From Literature to Biterature: Lem, Turing, Darwin, and Explorations in Computer Literature, Philosophy of Mind, and Cultural Evolution, MQUP.

Tötösy de Zepetnek, Steven (2013). Digital Humanities and the Study of Intermediality in Comparative Cultural Studies. Ed. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. West Lafayette: Purdue Scholarly Publishing Services.

Unsworth, John (2005). Scholarly Primitives: What methods do humanities researchers have in common, and how might our tools reflect this?

Lansdall-Welfare, T; Sudhahar, S; Thompson, J; Lewis, J; Cristianini, N. “Content analysis of 150 years of British periodicals”. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A: 201606380. doi:10.1073/pnas.1606380114. PMID 28069962..

Warwick C., Terras, M., & Nyhan, J., eds. (2012). Digital Humanities in Practice, Facet Publishing

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