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Humanist Archives: May 8, 2021, 6:57 a.m. Humanist 35.6 - pubs: The Digital Dissertation

				                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 35, No. 6.
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        Date: 2021-05-07 12:24:06+00:00
        From: Willard McCarty 
        Subject: the digital dissertation

Virginia Kuhn and Anke Finger, eds. Shaping the Digital Dissertation:
Knowledge Production in the Arts and Humanities (Open Book Publishers, 2021)
https://www.openbookpublishers.com/10.11647/OBP.0239.pdf

Introduction: Shedding Light on the Process of Digital 1 Knowledge
Production
Anke Finger and Virginia Kuhn

SECTION I: ISSUES IN DIGITAL SCHOLARSHIP AND 17 DOCTORAL EDUCATION

1. Dissertating in Public 19
Kathleen Fitzpatrick

2. Publication Models and Open Access 25
Cheryl E. Ball

3. The Digital Monograph? Key Issues in Evaluation 35
Virginia Kuhn

4. #DigiDiss: A Project Exploring Digital Dissertation Policies,
Practices and Archiving 49
Kathie Gossett and Liza Potts

5. The Gutenberg Galaxy will be Pixelated or How to Think of Digital
Scholarship as The Present: An Advisor’s Perspective 65
Anke Finger

6. Findable, Impactful, Citable, Usable, Sustainable (FICUS): A
Heuristic for Digital Publishing 83
Nicky Agate, Cheryl E. Ball, Allison Belan, Monica McCormick and
Joshua Neds-Fox

SECTION II: SHAPING THE DIGITAL DISSERTATION IN ACTION

7. Navigating Institutions and Fully Embracing the Interdisciplinary
Humanities: American Studies and the Digital Dissertation 107
Katherine Walden and Thomas Oates

8. MADSpace: A Janus-Faced Digital Companion to a PhD Dissertation in
Chinese History 119
Cécile Armand

9. Publish Less, Communicate More! Reflecting the Potentials and
Challenges of a Hybrid Self-Publishing Project 129
Sarah-Mai Dang

10. #SocialDiss: Transforming the Dissertation into Networked Knowledge
Production 151
Erin Rose Glass

11. Highly Available Dissertations: Open Sourcing Humanities Scholarship
165
Lisa Tagliaferri

12. The Digital Thesis as a Website: SoftPhD.com, from Graphic Design to
Online Tools 187
Anthony Masure

13. Writing a Dissertation with Images, Sounds and Movements: Cinematic
Bricolage 205
Lena Redman

14. Precarity and Promise: Negotiating Research Ethics and Copyright in
a History Dissertation 237
Celeste Tường Vy Sharpe

15. Lessons from the Sandbox: Linking Readership, Representation and
Reflection in Tactile Paths 247
Christopher Williams




--
Willard McCarty,
Professor emeritus, King's College London;
Editor, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews;  Humanist
www.mccarty.org.uk


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