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@book{certeau_writing_1992,
edition = {0},
title = {The Writing of History},
isbn = {0231055757},
publisher = {Columbia University Press},
author = {Certeau, Michel de de},
month = apr,
year = {1992},
keywords = {\_tablet\_modified},
file = {Certeau_1992_The_Writing_of_History.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Certeau_1992_The_Writing_of_History.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@misc{_debating_????,
title = {Debating the Methods in Matt Jockers\&\#039;s Macroanalysis},
url = {https://digitalhumanities.stanford.edu/comment/147},
urldate = {2013-09-07},
file = {Snapshot:/Users/grantwythoff/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/lcvvi5mw.default/zotero/storage/5JT9EVVC/147.html:text/html}
},
@book{bod_making_2010,
address = {Amsterdam},
title = {The making of the humanities, Volume 1},
isbn = {9789089642691 9089642692},
abstract = {This first volume in {'The} making of the humanities' series focuses on the early modern period. Specialists from various disciplines offer their view on the history of linguistics, literary studies, musicology, historiography, and philosophy.},
language = {English},
publisher = {Amsterdam University Press},
author = {Bod, Rens and Maat, Jaap and Weststeijn, Thijs},
year = {2010},
keywords = {\_tablet\_modified, humanities},
file = {Bod_et_al_2010_The_making_of_the_humanities._Volume_1,_Volume_1,.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Bod_et_al_2010_The_making_of_the_humanities._Volume_1,_Volume_1,.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@book{bod_making_2012,
address = {Amsterdam},
title = {The making of the humanities, Volume {II}},
isbn = {9789048517336 9048517338 9789048517343 9048517346},
url = {http://site.ebrary.com/lib/binghamton/docDetail.action?docID=10682825},
language = {English},
urldate = {2013-09-13},
publisher = {Amsterdam University Press},
author = {Bod, Rens and Maat, Jaap and Weststeijn, Thijs},
year = {2012},
keywords = {\_tablet\_modified, humanities},
file = {Bod_et_al_2012_The_making_of_the_humanities._Volume_II,_Volume_II,.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Bod_et_al_2012_The_making_of_the_humanities._Volume_II,_Volume_II,.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@book{dosse_history_1997,
title = {History of Structuralism: The rising sign, 1945-1966},
isbn = {9780816622412},
shorttitle = {History of Structuralism},
abstract = {Structuralism has had a profound impact on disciplines ranging from literary theory to sociology, from history to psychoanalysis. Francois Dosse tells the story of structuralism's beginnings in postwar Paris to its culmination as a movement that would reconfigure French intellectual life and reverberate throughout the Western world. This essential guide is a cogent map of the dizzying array of personalities and ideas involved in the movement.},
language = {en},
publisher = {U of Minnesota Press},
author = {Dosse, François},
year = {1997},
keywords = {\_tablet, humanities, Language Arts \& Disciplines / Linguistics / General, Philosophy / History \& Surveys / General, Philosophy / Political},
file = {Dosse_1997_History_of_Structuralism_-_The_rising_sign,_1945-1966.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Dosse_1997_History_of_Structuralism_-_The_rising_sign,_1945-1966.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@book{dosse_history_1997-1,
title = {History of Structuralism: The sign sets, 1967-present},
isbn = {9780816623716},
shorttitle = {History of Structuralism},
abstract = {Structuralism has had a profound impact on disciplines ranging from literary theory to sociology, from history to psychoanalysis. Francois Dosse tells the story of structuralism's beginnings in postwar Paris to its culmination as a movement that would reconfigure French intellectual life and reverberate throughout the Western world. This essential guide is a cogent map of the dizzying array of personalities and ideas involved in the movement.},
language = {en},
publisher = {U of Minnesota Press},
author = {Dosse, François},
year = {1997},
keywords = {\_tablet, humanities},
file = {Dosse_1997_History_of_Structuralism_-_The_sign_sets,_1967-present.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Dosse_1997_History_of_Structuralism_-_The_sign_sets,_1967-present.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{ensslin_training_2012,
title = {Training humanities doctoral students in collaborative and digital multimedia},
volume = {11},
issn = {1474-0222, 1741-{265X}},
url = {http://ahh.sagepub.com/content/11/1-2/140},
doi = {10.1177/1474022211428897},
abstract = {This study reports on the pedagogic rationale, didactic design and implications of an {AHRC-funded} doctoral training scheme in collaborative and digital multimedia in the humanities. In the second part of this article we discuss three areas of provision that were identified as particularly significant and/or controversial. These include (1) desktop publishing and information design for academic posters, (2) quantitative, corpus-based approaches to text analysis, and (3) a discussion of the affordances and constraints of ‘collaborative’ Web 2.0 based research as reflected by participants and relevant theory.},
language = {en},
number = {1-2},
urldate = {2013-09-27},
journal = {Arts and Humanities in Higher Education},
author = {Ensslin, Astrid and Slocombe, Will},
month = feb,
year = {2012},
keywords = {academic posters, collaborative research, corpora, digital multimedia, humanities, {PhD} students},
pages = {140--156},
file = {Ensslin_Slocombe_2012_Training_humanities_doctoral_students_in_collaborative_and_digital_multimedia.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Ensslin_Slocombe_2012_Training_humanities_doctoral_students_in_collaborative_and_digital_multimedia.pdf:application/pdf;Snapshot:/Users/grantwythoff/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/lcvvi5mw.default/zotero/storage/RPQJ42M4/140.html:text/html}
},
@article{davidson_humanities_2008,
title = {Humanities 2.0: Promise, Perils, Predictions},
volume = {123},
issn = {0030-8129},
shorttitle = {Humanities 2.0},
url = {http://www.mlajournals.org/doi/abs/10.1632/pmla.2008.123.3.707},
doi = {10.1632/pmla.2008.123.3.707},
number = {3},
urldate = {2013-09-28},
journal = {{PMLA}},
author = {Davidson, Cathy N.},
month = may,
year = {2008},
pages = {707--717},
file = {Davidson_2008_Humanities_2.0_-_Promise,_Perils,_Predictions.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Davidson_2008_Humanities_2.0_-_Promise,_Perils,_Predictions.pdf:application/pdf;MLA Journals: PMLA, Vol. 123, No. 3, May 2008 (pp. 707-717):/Users/grantwythoff/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/lcvvi5mw.default/zotero/storage/SMKPUHJ8/pmla.2008.123.3.html:text/html}
},
@book{passannante_lucretian_2011,
address = {Chicago; London},
title = {The Lucretian Renaissance: philology and the afterlife of tradition},
isbn = {9780226648491 0226648494},
shorttitle = {The Lucretian Renaissance},
language = {English},
publisher = {The University of Chicago Press},
author = {Passannante, Gerard Paul},
year = {2011},
keywords = {\_tablet, humanities},
file = {Passannante_2011_The_Lucretian_Renaissance_-_philology_and_the_afterlife_of_tradition.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Passannante_2011_The_Lucretian_Renaissance_-_philology_and_the_afterlife_of_tradition.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@book{schreibman_companion_2004,
address = {Oxford},
edition = {Hardcover},
series = {Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture},
title = {Companion to Digital Humanities (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture)},
isbn = {1405103213},
url = {http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/},
publisher = {Blackwell Publishing Professional},
author = {Schreibman, Susan and Siemens, Ray and Unsworth, John},
month = dec,
year = {2004},
file = {A Companion to Digital Literary Studies:/Users/grantwythoff/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/lcvvi5mw.default/zotero/storage/V7T54ZTN/view.html:text/html}
},
@book{schreibman_companion_2008,
address = {Oxford},
edition = {Hardcover},
series = {Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture},
title = {Companion to Digital Literary Studies (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture)},
isbn = {1405103213},
url = {http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companionDLS/},
publisher = {Blackwell Publishing Professional},
author = {Schreibman, Susan and Siemens, Ray},
year = {2008},
file = {A Companion to Digital Literary Studies:/Users/grantwythoff/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/lcvvi5mw.default/zotero/storage/CEZCVV9A/view.html:text/html}
},
@article{fyfe_digital_2011,
title = {Digital Pedagogy Unplugged},
volume = {5},
url = {http://digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/5/3/000106/000106.html},
number = {3},
urldate = {2013-09-28},
author = {Fyfe, Paul},
year = {2011},
file = {DHQ Snapshot:/Users/grantwythoff/Library/Application Support/Firefox/Profiles/lcvvi5mw.default/zotero/storage/UT4UWRVD/000106.html:text/html}
},
@article{sheldonpollock_future_2009,
title = {Future Philology? The Fate of a Soft Science in a Hard World},
volume = {35},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 The University of Chicago Press},
issn = {0093-1896},
shorttitle = {Future Philology?},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/599594},
doi = {10.1086/598771},
number = {4},
urldate = {2014-01-10},
journal = {Critical Inquiry},
author = {Sheldon Pollock, By},
month = jan,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Issue Title: The Fate of Disciplines Edited by James Chandler and Arnold I. Davidson / Full publication date: Summer 2009 / Copyright © 2009 The University of Chicago Press},
keywords = {humanities},
pages = {931--961},
file = {Sheldon_Pollock_2009_Future_Philology_-_The_Fate_of_a_Soft_Science_in_a_Hard_World.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Sheldon_Pollock_2009_Future_Philology_-_The_Fate_of_a_Soft_Science_in_a_Hard_World.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@book{_book_2014,
address = {[S.l.]},
title = {Book of trees: visualizing branches of knowledge.},
isbn = {1616892188 9781616892180},
shorttitle = {Book of trees},
language = {English},
publisher = {Princeton Architectural},
year = {2014},
keywords = {humanities}
},
@book{price_definitive_1984,
title = {The Definitive Word-Processing Book},
isbn = {9780140465914},
language = {en},
publisher = {Penguin Group ({USA)} Incorporated},
author = {Price, Jonathan and Urban, Linda Pinneau},
year = {1984}
},
@article{best_surface_2009,
title = {Surface Reading: An Introduction},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
shorttitle = {Surface Reading},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.1},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.1},
abstract = {In the text-based disciplines, psychoanalysis and Marxism have had a major influence on how we read, and this has been expressed most consistently in the practice of symptomatic reading, a mode of interpretation that assumes that a text's truest meaning lies in what it does not say, describes textual surfaces as superfluous, and seeks to unmask hidden meanings. For symptomatic readers, texts possess meanings that are veiled, latent, all but absent if it were not for their irrepressible and recurring symptoms. Noting the recent trend away from ideological demystification, this essay proposes various modes of "surface reading" that together strive to accurately depict the truth to which a text bears witness. Surface reading broadens the scope of critique to include the kinds of interpretive activity that seek to understand the complexity of literary surfaces---surfaces that have been rendered invisible by symptomatic reading.},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Best, Stephen and Marcus, Sharon},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {1--21},
file = {Best_Marcus_2009_Surface_Reading_-_An_Introduction.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Best_Marcus_2009_Surface_Reading_-_An_Introduction.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{nealon_reading_2009,
title = {Reading on the Left},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.22},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.22},
abstract = {This essay traces some of the paths followed by literary interpretation on the left since the early 1970s. I identify two kinds of symptomatic reading, one multicultural and one Marxist, as well as a style of "situational" reading. I suggest that these styles of reading are limited by their philosophical understandings of "matter" and argue that the history of literary (especially poetic) "matter" might better ground a reading practice that tells historical time.},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Nealon, Christopher},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {22--50},
file = {Nealon_2009_Reading_on_the_Left.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Nealon_2009_Reading_on_the_Left.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{cohen_narratology_2009,
title = {Narratology in the Archive of Literature},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.51},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.51},
abstract = {To chart accurately the contours of the novel, literary historians are in the process of recovering the variety and complexity of its generic practice across its history. {"Narratology} in the Archive" surveys this recovery and discusses its methodology, differentiating this recovery from symptomatic reading. The article then illustrates this method with the recovery of sea adventure fiction as an influential transnational practice of the novel from Defoe to Conrad. I suggest that sea adventure plots are defined by readers' playful manipulation of information to solve problems posed by the text.},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Cohen, Margaret},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {51--75},
file = {Cohen_2009_Narratology_in_the_Archive_of_Literature.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Cohen_2009_Narratology_in_the_Archive_of_Literature.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{crane_surface_2009,
title = {Surface, Depth, and the Spatial Imaginary: A Cognitive Reading of The Political Unconscious},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
shorttitle = {Surface, Depth, and the Spatial Imaginary},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.76},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.76},
abstract = {This essay argues that cognitive approaches to literature are less widely used than they might be if they offered a hermeneutic practice in addition to providing insight about the ways in which texts are produced and read. It offers a history of the spatial metaphors of surface and depth that structure Jameson's interpretive practice in The Political Unconscious, arguing that Jameson deploys spatial metaphors in order to negotiate aporiae that are not reconcilable in theory.},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Crane, Mary Thomas},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {76--97},
file = {Crane_2009_Surface,_Depth,_and_the_Spatial_Imaginary_-_A_Cognitive_Reading_of_The_Political.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Crane_2009_Surface,_Depth,_and_the_Spatial_Imaginary_-_A_Cognitive_Reading_of_The_Political.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{cheng_skins_2009,
title = {Skins, Tattoos, and Susceptibility},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.98},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.98},
abstract = {This essay tells the story of the performer Josephine Baker and the architect Adolf Loos as a way to track an unexpectedly intimate dialogue between the making of the so-called "denuded modern surface" and the spectacle of black skin at the turn of the twentieth century. This connection in turn compels a reconsideration of the way we read (as) modern subjects.},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Cheng, Anne Anlin},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {98--119},
file = {Cheng_2009_Skins,_Tattoos,_and_Susceptibility.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Cheng_2009_Skins,_Tattoos,_and_Susceptibility.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{price_history_2009,
title = {From The History of a Book to a {"History} of the Book"},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.120},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.120},
abstract = {The ambition of this article is to wrest attention away from the fraction of any book's life cycle spent in the hands of readers and toward, instead, the whole spectrum of social practices for which printed matter provides a prompt. It asks, how accounts of print culture would look if narrated from the point of view not of human readers and users, but of the book. Turning to the nineteenth-century genre of "it-narrative"—which traces the travel of a book among a series of owners and handlers—it asks how such a narrative might compare to more familiar accounts of selves shaped by texts.},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Price, Leah},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {120--138},
file = {Price_2009_From_The_History_of_a_Book_to_a_History_of_the_Book.pdf:/Users/grantwythoff/Dropbox/zotero/Price_2009_From_The_History_of_a_Book_to_a_History_of_the_Book.pdf:application/pdf}
},
@article{apter_afterword_2009,
title = {Afterword},
volume = {108},
copyright = {Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
issn = {0734-6018},
url = {http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.139},
doi = {10.1525/rep.2009.108.1.139},
number = {1},
urldate = {2013-03-27},
journal = {Representations},
author = {Apter, Emily and Freedgood, Elaine},
month = nov,
year = {2009},
note = {{ArticleType:} research-article / Full publication date: Fall 2009 / Copyright © 2009 University of California Press},
pages = {139--146}
}