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  • Critical Digital Humanities

    Critical Digital Humanities
    av James E Dobson

    Häftad - 2019 - Engelska - ISBN: 9780252084041

    Can established humanities methods coexist with computational thinking? It is one of the major questions in humanities research today, as scholars increasingly adopt sophisticated data science for their work. James E. Dobson explores the opportuniti…

  • Critical Digital Humanities

    Critical Digital Humanities
    av James E Dobson

    Inbunden - 2019 - Engelska - ISBN: 9780252042270

    Can established humanities methods coexist with computational thinking? It is one of the major questions in humanities research today, as scholars increasingly adopt sophisticated data science for their work. James E. Dobson explores the opportuniti…

  • The Text, the Play, and the Globe

    The Text, the Play, and the Globe

    Inbunden - 2016 - Engelska - ISBN: 9781611478211

    The purpose of this book is to honor the scholarly legacy of Charles R. Forker with a series of essays that address the problem of literary influence in original ways and from a variety of perspectives. The emphasis throughout is on the sort of care…

  • Moonbit

    Moonbit
    av Rena J. Mosteirin, James E. Dobson

    Häftad - 2019 - Engelska - ISBN: 9781950192335

    MOONBIT is a hybrid work comprised of experimental poetry and a critical theory of the poetics and politics of computer code. It offers an extended intellectual and creative engagement with the affordances of computer software through multiple readi…

  • Modernity and Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America

    Modernity and Autobiography in Nineteenth-Century America
    av James E. Dobson

    Inbunden - 2017 - Engelska - ISBN: 9783319673219

    This book examines temporal and formal disruptions found in American autobiographical narratives produced during the end of the nineteenth century. It argues that disruptions were primarily the result of encounters with new communication and transpo…