Referencias

Aquí enlisto algunas referencias útiles para contextualizar y discutir las humanidades digitales como posibles espacios para disidencia cognitiva.

Bozeman, B., y Rogers, J.D. (2002). “A churn model of scientific knowledge value: Internet researchers as a knowledge value collective”, Research Policy 31, 769–794.

Centre for Research on Science and Technology (2011). “Knowledge production, dissemination, uptake and impact”. Presentación de la Universiteit Stellenbosch.

CIBER, University College London y Emerald Group (2010). “Social Media and Research Workflow”,  disponible en PDF en <http://www.ucl.ac.uk/infostudies/research/ciber/social-media-report.pdf>.

Crymble, Adam (2012). “Citation in Digital Humanities: Is the Old Bailey Online a Film, or a Science Paper?”. Thoughts on Public & Digital History. 13 de enero de 2012. WEB. <http://adamcrymble.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/is-old-bailey-online-film-or-science.html>.

Dutceac Segesten, Anamaria (2012) “The Death of the Lecture”. University of Venus. 27 de abril de 2012. WEB. <http://uvenus.org/2012/04/27/the-death-of-the-lecture/>.

European Science Foundation (2011). Research Infrastructures in the Digital Humanities. Science Policy Briefing 42. September 2011. Disponible en PDF en <http://www.esf.org/research-areas/humanities/strategic-activities/research-infrastructures-in-the-humanities.html>.

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen (2011). “The Digital Future of Authorship: Rethinking Originality”, en Culture Machine Vol. 12, 2011. Disponible en PDF en <http://www.culturemachine.net/index.php/cm/issue/view/23>.

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

Graham, Mark , Scott A. Hale y Monica Stephens, en colaboración con Corinne M. Flick y la Convoco Foundation (2011)  “Visualizing the uneven geographies of knowledge production and circulation”. Global Higher Education. 14 de Septiembre de 2011. WEB. <http://globalhighered.wordpress.com/2011/09/14/visualizing-the-uneven-geographies-of-knowledge-production-and-circulation/>.

Graham, Mark, Scott Hale y Monica Stephens (2011) Geographies of the World’s Knowledge. (Londres: Convoco!).

Kays, Trent. (2012). “Open Access, Public Intellectualism, and Academic Reform”. Trent Kay’s blog. HASTAC. 1 de marzo de 2012. WEB. <http://hastac.org/blogs/trentmkays/2012/01/03/open-access-public-intellectualism-and-academic-reform>.

Lessig, Lawrence (2004). Free Culture. How Big Media Uses Technology and the Law to Lock Down Culture and Control Creativity (Nueva York: The Penguin Press).  PDF disponible en <http://www.free-culture.cc/freeculture.pdf>.

Modern Language Association. Committee on Information Technology (actualización de enero del 2012). “Guidelines for Evaluating Work in Digital Humanities and Digital Media”. WEB. <http://www.mla.org/guidelines_evaluation_digital>.

McCarty, Willard (2012; de próxima aparición). “The residue of uniqueness”. The Cologne Dialogue on Digital Humanities @ Wahn Manor House in 2012. Historical Social Research – Historische Sozialforschung.

Ortega, Elika and Barski, Ewelina (2012). “Editorial”. Entrehojas: Revista de Estudios Hispánicos. Vol. 2 No. 1. University of Western Ontario. Disponible en <http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/entrehojas/>.

Priani Saisó, Ernesto (2007). “Revista Digital Universitaria: A Workshop of Digital Editing at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México”. Digital Humanities Quarterly. Summer 2007: v1 n2. WEB. <http://www.digitalhumanities.org:80/dhq/vol/1/2/000014/000014.html>.

Priego, Ernesto (2010). “#SinLugar, an online event”. Butterfly Hunt. 23 de julio de 2010. WEB. <http://butterflyhunt.tumblr.com/post/848975486/sinlugar-an-online-event>.

Priego, Ernesto (2011). “Can the Subaltern Tweet?” Inside Higher Education/University of Venus. 23 de febrero de 2011. WEB. <http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/university_of_venus/can_the_subaltern_tweet>.

Priego, Ernesto (2011). “Blogging como herramienta en la enseñanza y la investigación”. Presentación para la plática que di en la División de Educación Contínua de la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, el jueves 20 de octubre de 2011. Disponible en <http://www.slideshare.net/epriego/blogging-como-herramienta-para-la-enseanza-y-la-investigacin>.

Priego, Ernesto (2011) “#Alt-Academy: An Interview with Bethany Nowviskie”. Inside Higher Education/University of Venus. 24 de julio de 2011. WEB. <http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/university_of_venus/alt_academy_an_interview_with_bethany_nowviskie>.

Priego, Ernesto (2012). “Hacer del campo una red: Kathleen Fitzpatrick”. Humanidades Digitales. 11 de enero de 2012. WEB. <http://humanidadesdigitales.net/blog/?p=205>.

Priego, Ernesto (2012). “Globalisation of Digital Humanities: An Uneven Promise”. Inside Higher Education/University of Venus. WEB. <http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/globalisation-digital-humanities-uneven-promise>.

Priego, Ernesto (2012). “Google’s Virtual Light: The Digital Humanities as a Space for Cognitive Dissidence”. Ernesto Priego’s Blog. HASTAC. 22 de febrero de 2012. WEB. <http://hastac.org/blogs/ernesto-priego/2012/02/22/googles-virtual-light-digital-humanities-space-cognitive-dissidenc-0>.

Priego, Ernesto (2012). “Why [Academic or scholarly] Social Media is Political”. Ernesto Priego’s Blog. HASTAC. 30 de abril de 2012. WEB. <http://hastac.org/blogs/ernesto-priego/2012/04/30/why-academic-or-scholarly-social-media-political>.

Priego, Ernesto (2012). “On Academic Uses of Social Media and Blogging as Public Engagement”. Ernesto Priego’s Blog. HASTAC. 4 de mayo de 2012. WEB. <http://hastac.org/blogs/ernesto-priego/2012/05/04/academic-uses-social-media-and-blogging-public-engagement>.

Research Information Network (2011). “Reinventing Reseach? Information Practices in the Humanities.” A Research Information Network Report. Abril de 2011.

Sample, Mark (2012). “Notes Towards a Deformed Humanities”. Sample Reality. 2 de mayo de 2012. WEB. <http://www.samplereality.com/2012/05/02/notes-towards-a-deformed-humanities/>.

Shultz, Staci (2009). “What’s Going On in Digital Humanities?” Staci Shultz’s blog. HASTAC. 16 de febrero de 2009. WEB. <http://hastac.org/forums/hastac-scholars-discussions/whats-going-digital-humanities>.

Skallerup Bessette, Lee (2011). “Why You, in Higher Education, Should Blog”. Inside Higher Education/University of Venus. 10 de febrero de 2011. WEB. <http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs/university_of_venus/why_you_in_higher_education_should_blog>.

Terras, Melissa (2012). “Infographic: Quantifying Digital Humanities”. Melissa Terras’ Blog. 20 de enero de 2012. <http://melissaterras.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/infographic-quanitifying-digital.html>.

Terras, Melissa (2012). “Is blogging and tweeting about research papers worth it? The Verdict.” Melisa Terras’ Blog. 3 de abril de 2012. WEB. <http://melissaterras.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/is-blogging-and-tweeting-about-research.html>.

Terras, Melissa (2012). “When was the last time you asked how your published research was doing?”. Melissa Terras’ Blog. 16 de mayo de 2012. WEB. <http://melissaterras.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/when-was-last-time-you-asked-how-your.html>.

The Institute for a Competitive Workforce (2011). College 2.0: Transforming Higher Education Through Greater Innovation and Smarter Regulation,  May 2011.

Universitas, University of Birmingham (2012). U21 Rankings of National Higher Education Systems. Disponible en PDF en <http://www.universitas21.com/collaboration/details/48/u21-rankings-of-national-higher-education-systems>.

Warwick, Claire (2012). “Inaugural Lecture”. Claire Warwick’s Blog. 25 de enero de 2012. WEB. <http://clairewarwick.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/inaugural-lecture.html>.

Warwick, Claire, Terras, Melissa, y Julianne Nyhan (2012). Digital Humanities in Practice (Londres: Facet).

Wilsdon, James (2011). Digital Futures: Living in a dot-com World (Londres: Earthscan Publications Ltd).

Various, HASTAC Forum (2012). Pixels and Print: Redefining Academic Publishing & Scholarly Communication. HASTAC. 6 de enero de 2012. WEB. <http://hastac.org/forums/pixels-and-print>.

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