Digital Humanities Bibliography

The idea for this bibliography came about during 2014-2015 as the Digital Humanities Special Interest Groups were being formed in the Visual Resources Association and the Art Libraries Society of North America. With the recent flurry of publications in the digital humanities over the past five years, and increasing interest in digital humanities in academic disciplines, a comprehensive bibliography seemed all the more important.

Since neither SIG decided to pursue the project, John Taormina, director of the Visual Media Center in the Department of Art, Art History & Visual Studies at Duke University, and one of the founders of both SIGs, began developing the bibliography in earnest during the 2017-18 academic year. Work continued over the course of three semesters with the assistance of Duke students for data entry. During that time one undergraduate, Michael O’Sullivan, and two doctoral students, Katherine McCusker and Alex Strecker, contributed to the project.

Various bibliographies from digital humanities publications (books and journals) were identified, selected, and collated into this new bibliography. The first version of this document was released in February 2019 at 149 pages.  Additions to this type of compilation are ongoing and updates will be released quarterly. A filterable online version is in development.

Currently, the bibliography is being re-organized under categories such as art, art history, archaeology, and other disciplines; apps and software; data visualization, text mining, and databases; computational media, 3D modeling, and gaming; and other areas that fall under the digital humanities rubric.

The bibliography is available via the Duke Wired! Digital Art History & Visual Culture website: dukewired.org

 

 

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