Course Bibliography

I've set this page up to keep track of the reading notes posted to the site by each week's Chronicle. In order to make this work, you'll want to do a couple of things. First, place the notes for each essay on their own pages, and for the page title, use Lastname, Firstname. Article Title. (You won't be able to use quotation marks.) Second, when you're creating the page, make sure that you tag each one with "bib." That will automatically add each of your notes pages to this page, and save you the trouble of having to add individual links.

  1. Algorithm
  2. Berkenkotter, Carol and Thomas Huckin. Conventions, Conversations, and the Writer
  3. Brett, Megan. Topic Modeling, A Basic Introduction.
  4. Brock, Kevin. One Hundred Billion Processes.
  5. Brown, James Jr. Making Machines.
  6. Cooney, Charles, Glenn Roe, and Mark Olsen. The Notion of the Textbase
  7. Daniel, Sharon. The Database An Aesthetics of Dignity
  8. Drucker, Johanna The Book as Call and Conditional Text
  9. Ed Folsom, Database as Genre
  10. Gillespie, Tarleton. The Relvance of Algorithms.
  11. Goldstone, Andrew and Ted Underwood. What can topic models of PMLA teach us about the history of literary scholarship?
  12. Graban, Tarez Samra, From Locations(s) to Locatablitity Mapping Feminist Recovery and Archival Activity through Metadata
  13. Healy, Kieran Using Metadata to Find Paul Revere
  14. Liu, Alan. The Meaning of the Digital Humanities.
  15. Liu, Alana. The Meaning of the Digital Humanities
  16. McNabb, Richard Making the Gesture Graduate Student Submissions and The Expectation of Journal Referees
  17. Michael Neal, et al. Making Meaning at the Intersections
  18. Moretti, Franco. Operationalizing, Or, the Function of Measurement in Literary Theory
  19. Nunber, Geoffrey. Google’s Book Search A Disaster for Scholars
  20. Paul, Christiane. The Database as System and Cultural Form
  21. Ramsay, Stephen. Reading Machines.
  22. Reyman, Jessica. User Data on the Social Web Authorship, Agency, and Appropriation
  23. Rhody, Lisa. Topic Modeling and Figurative Language.
  24. Sayers, Jentery, et al., Standards in the Making Composing with Metadata in Mind
  25. Sirc, Geoffrey. Serial Composition
  26. Theimer, Kate. Archives in Context and as Context
  27. Vee, Annette. Understanding Computer Programming as a Literacy.
  28. Wang, Dan. Is There a Canon in Economic Sociology?
  29. Weingart, Scott. Topic Modeling for Humanists, A Guided Tour.