Digital Humanities Bibliography (regularly updated)

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DH Bibliography

Digital Humanities Bibliography

Compiled by John Taormina, Duke University

Academic Library Research: Perspectives and Current Trends. ACRL Publications in Librarianship no. 59. Chicago: Association of College and Research Libraries, 2008.

Adams, Jennifer, and Kevin B. Gunn. “Keeping up with … Digital Humanities.” Association of College and Research Libraries, April 2013.

American Council of Learned Societies. Our Cultural Commonwealth: The Report of the American Council of Learned Societies Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities and Social Sciences. New York: American Council of Learned Societies, 2006.

Anderson, Rick. “Is a Rational Discussion of Open Access Possible?” (transcript: ; video:

Archer, Dawn. “Digital Humanities 2006: When Two Became Many.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 23, no. 1 (April 1, 2008): 103 -108.

ARL/NSF Workshop on Long-Term Stewardship of Digital Data Collections. Association of Research Libraries, September 2006. Guide to Digital Humanities and Arts.

Association of College and Research Libraries. “Changing Roles of Academic and Research Libraries.” Association of College and Research Libraries, November 2006.

Association of Research Libraries, Bryson, Tim. “Digital Humanities.” SPEC Kit, 0160-3582 ; 326. Washington, DC: Association of Research Libraries, 2011.

Aufderheide, Patricia et al., Copyright, Permissions, and Fair Use among Visual Artists and the Academic and Museum Visual Arts Communities: An Issues Report (College Art Association, 2014). (PDF)

Barribeau, Susan. “Enhancing Digital Humanities at UW-Madison: A White Paper.” University of Wisconsin at Madison, 2009.

Bartscherer, Thomas and Roderick Coover. Switching Codes: Thinking Through Digital Technology in the Humanities and the Arts. The University of Chicago Press, 2011.

Berry, David M., ed. Understanding Digital Humanities. Palgrave MacMillan, 2012.

Blackwell, Christopher, and Thomas R. Martin. “Technology, Collaboration, and Undergraduate Research.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly: 3, no. 1 (Winter 2009).

Blustain, Harvey, and Donald Spicer. Digital Humanities at the Crossroads: The University of Virginia. ECAR Case Studies. Boulder, Colorado: Educause, 2005.

Borgman, Christine. Scholarship in the Digital Age: Information, Infrastructure, and the Internet. The MIT Press, 2010.

Bornstein, George, and Ralph G. Williams, eds. Palimpsest: Editorial Theory in the Humanities. University of Michigan Press, 1993.

Bornstein, George and Theresa Tinkle. The Iconic Page in Manuscript, Print, and Digital Culture. University of Michigan Press, 1998.

Boyack, Kevin W., Brian N. Wylie, and George S. Davidson. “A Call to Researchers: Digital Libraries Need Collaboration Across Disciplines.” D-Lib Magazine 7, no. 10 (October 2001).

Brett, Megan R. “Topic Modeling: A Basic Introduction” Journal of Digital Humanities (2:1).

Brown, John Seely and Paul Duguis. The Social Life of Information. Harvard Business School Press, 2000.

Burdick, Anne, Johanna Drucker, Peter Lunenfeld, Todd Presner, and Jeffrey Schnapp. Digital_Humanities. The MIT Press, 2012.

Burgess, Helen J, and Jeanne Hamming. “New Media in the Academy: Labor and the Production of Knowledge in Scholarly Multimedia.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly 5, no. 3 (Summer 2011).

Cantara, Linda. “Long-Term Preservation of Digital Humanities Scholarship.” OCLC Systems and Services 22, no. 1 (2006): 38-42.

Chan, Seb, “Spreadable Collections: Measuring the Usefulness of Collection Data,” Museums and the Web 2010: Proceedings (Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics, 2010).

Cohen, Dan. “Searching for the Victorians,” Dan Cohen’s Digital Humanities Blog (October 4, 2010).

Cohen, Daniel J. and Roy Rosenzweig. Digital History. University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006.

Cohen, Daniel J. and Tom Scheinfeldt, eds. Hacking the Academy: New Approaches to Scholarship and Teaching from Digital Humanities. University of Michigan Press, 2013.

College Art Association Intellectual Property Resources,

Cordell, Ryan. “How to start tweeting and why you might want to” April, 2010.

Council on Library and Information Resources. Library as Place: Rethinking Roles, Rethinking Space. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2005.

Council on Library and Information Resources.. No Brief Candle: Reconceiving Research Libraries for the 21st Century. Washington, DC: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2008.

Council on Library and Information Resources. Working Together or Apart: Promoting the Next Generation of Digital Scholarship. Washington, D.C., March 2009.

Crane, Gregory, and Alison Jones. “Text, Information, Knowledge and the Evolving Record of Humanity.” D-Lib Magazine 12, no. 3 (March 2006).

“Creating Your Web Presence: A Primer for Academics,” Profhacker (February 14, 2011).

“Cultural Analytics,” Software Studies Initiative. (Watch the intro video, scroll down to the description of the work at the Software Studies lab, and explore some of the examples.)

CUNY Digital Humanities Resource Guide.

David Rumsey Maps:

Davidson, Cathy N., David Theo Goldberg, and Zoe Marie Jones. The Future of Learning Institutions in a Digital Age. The MIT Press, 2009.

“Day of DH: Defining the Digital Humanities,” Debates in the Digital Humanities, ed. Matthew K. Gold (2012).

Deegan, Marilyn and Willard McCarty. Collaborative Research in the Digital Humanities. Farnham. Ashgate Pub, 2011.

The Digital Humanities Manifesto 2.0. 2009.

Digital Humanities Now.

Digital Librarians Initiative. Role of Librarians in Digital Humanities Centers. White Paper. Emory University Library, August 2010.

Digital Research Tools Wiki (DiRT).

Digital Humanities Questions & Answers.

Dobrzynski, Judith H. “Modernizing Art History,” The Wall Street Journal.

“Downgrading your Website, or Why We are Moving to WordPress,” Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt Museum,

Duke University Libraries Digital Humanities Research Guide.

Draxler, Bridget. “Digital Humanities Symposium: The Scholar, the Library and the Digital Future.” HASTAC, February 2011.

Drucker, Johanna. Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production. Harvard University Press, 2014.

Edwards, Richard. “Creating the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities.” University of Nebraska-Lincoln, July 18, 2005.

Feigenbaum, Gail. “Unlocking Archives through Digital Tech.” The Getty Iris. (June 9, 2014)

Finneran, Richard J. The Literary Text in the Digital Age. University of Michigan Press, 1996.

Fister, Barbara. “Getting Serious About Digital Humanities (Peer to Peer Review).” Library Journal, May 27, 2010.

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen “The Humanities, Done Digitally,” Debates in the Digital Humanities, ed. Matthew K. Gold (2012).

Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. Planned Obsolescence: Publishing, Technology, and the Future of the Academy (New York: NYU Press, 2011).

Flanders, Julia. “The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly 3, no. 3 (Summer 2009).

Fletcher, Pamela and Anne Helmreich, with David Israel and Seth Erickson, “Local/Global: Mapping Nineteenth-Century London’s Art Market,” Nineteenth Century Art Worldwide 11:3 (Autumn 2012).

Fraistat, Neil. “The Question(s) of Digital Humanities.” Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, February 7, 2011.

Gitelman, Lisa. Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents (Sign, Storage, Transmission). Duke University Press Books, 2014.

Gitelman, Lisa. “Raw Data” is an Oxymoron (Infrastructures). The MIT Press, 2013.

Gold, Matthew K. Debates in the Digital Humanities. University of Minnesota Press, 2012.

Gold, Matthew K. “The Digital Humanities Moment,” Debates in the Digital Humanities, ed. Matthew K. Gold (2012). 2Matthew Long, Roger C. Schonfeld, “Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Art Historians” (Ithaka S+R, 2014).

Graham, Shawn, Ian Milligan, and Scott Weingart, “Principles of Information Visualization,” in The Historian’s Macroscope – Working Title (Under contract with Imperial College Press, 2013),

Greenberg, Hope, Elli Mylonas, Scott Hamlin, and Patrick Yott. “Supporting Digital Humanities Research: The Collaborative Approach.” Northeast Regional Computing Program, March 2008.

Greenstein, Daniel, and Suzanne E. Thorin. The Digital Library: A Biography. Washington, D.C.: Digital Library Federation/Council on Library and Information Resources, 2002.

Guldi, Jo “Spatial Turn in Art History,” Spatial Humanities

Harvard Library Digital Humanities Café.

Hales, N. Katherine. How We Became Posthuman: Virtual Bodies in Cybernetics, Literature, and Informatics. The University of Chicago Press, 1999.

Hayles, N. Katherine. How We Think: Digital Media and Contemporary Technogenesis. University of Chicago Press, 2012.

Hayles, N. Katherine. Writing Machines. The MIT Press, 2002.

Hayles, KN. Katherine and Jessica Pressman, eds. Comparative Textual Media: Transforming the Humanities in the Post-Print Era. University of Minnesota Press, 2013.

Heller, Margaret. “Lazy Consensus and Libraries.” ACRL Tech Connect, March 13, 2012.

Hirsch, Brett D. Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practices, Principles and Politics. Open Book Publishers, 2012.

Hockey, Susan. “Living with Google: Perspectives on Humanities Computing and Digital Libraries.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 20, no. 1 (March 1, 2005): 7 -24.

Inscho, Jeffrey. “Guest Post: Oh Snap! Experimenting with Open Authority in the Gallery,” Museum 2.0 (March 13, 2013).

Jones, Stephen E., The Emergence of the Digital Humanities. Routledge, 2013.

Journal of Digital Humanities:, particularly the issue on evaluation:

Journal of Interactive Pedagogy,

Kamada, Hitoshi. “Digital Humanities: Roles for Libraries?” College & Research Libraries News 71, no. 9 (October 2010): 484 -485.

Keramidas, Kimon. “Interactive Development as Pedagogical Process: Digital Media Design in the Classroom as a Method for Recontextualizing the Study of Material Culture” Museums and the Web 2014: Proceedings.

Kirton, Isabella and Melissa Terras, “Where Do Images of Art Go Once They Go Online? A Reverse Image Lookup Study to Assess the Dissemination of Digitized Cultural Heritage,” Museums and the Web 2013: Proceedings (2013).

Kirschenbaum, Matthew. “Done: Finishing Projects in the Digital Humanities.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly 3, no. 2 (Spring 2009).

Kirschenbaum, Matthew G. Mechanisms: New Media and the Forensic Imagination. The MIT Press, 2012.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew G. “What is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in English Departments?” ADE Bulletin 150 (2010): 55-61.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew G., Bethany Nowviskie, Tom Scheinfeldt, and Doug Reside. “Collaborators’ Bill of Rights.” Maryland Institute for Technology and the Humanities, January 22, 2011.

Kirschenbaum, Matthew G., Richard Ovenden, and Gabriela Redwine. Digital Forensics and Born-Digital Content in Cultural Heritage Collections. Council on Library and Information Resources, December 2010.

Kissane, Erin. The Elements of Content Strategy, (New York: A Book Apart, 2011).
Paige Morgan, “How to Get your Digital Humanities Project off the Ground,”

Knowles, Anne. “A Cutting-Edge Second Look at the Battle of Gettysburg,” Smithsonian Magazine (June 27, 2013). [Online interactive map, with Dan Miller, International Mapping Associates (Alex Tait, Tim Montenyohl, Judy Nielsen), and ESRI (Allen Carroll, Lee Bock, James Cardona), funded by Smithsonian Enterprises.]

Kraemer, Harald. “Art is Redeemed, Mystery is Gone: The Documentation of Contemporary Art,” in Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderine, eds, Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2007), 193-222. View reading here.

Kretzschmar, William A., and William Gray Potter. “Library Collaboration with Large Digital Humanities Projects.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 25, no. 4 (December 1, 2010): 439 -445.

Krug, Steven. “How We Really Use the Web,” Don’t Make Me Think: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability (2005, 2nd Edition).

Manovich, Lev. “Database as a Genre of New Media,” AI & Society 14, no. 2 (June 1, 2000),

Manovich, Lev. The Language of New Media. The MIT Press, 2002.

Marcum, Deanna, and Amy Friedlander. “Keepers of the Crumbling Culture.” D-Lib Magazine 9, no. 5 (May 2003).

Maron, Nancy, K. Kirby Smith, and Matthew Loy. Sustaining Digital Resources: An On-the-Ground View of Projects Today. Ithaka Case Studies in Sustainability. Ithaka S+R, July 2009.

McCarty, Willard. “Humanities Computing: Essential Problems, Experimental Practice.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 17, no. 1 (April 1, 2002): 103 -125.

McCarty, Willard, and Matthew Kirschenbaum. “Institutional Models for Humanities Computing.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 18, no. 4 (November 1, 2003): 465 -489.

Mitchell, Marilyn. Library Workflow Redesign: Six Case Studies. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2007.

Monmonier, Mark. How to Lie with Maps, 2nd edition (Chicago: University Of Chicago Press, 1996).

Moravec, Michelle. “Teaching with Pinterest,”

Moretti, Franco. Distant Reading. Verso, 2013.

New York Public Library. “Digital Humanities and the Future of Libraries (Multimedia Conference Proceedings).” New York Public Library, June 16, 2011.

Nichols, Stephen G. “Time to Change Our Thinking: Dismantling the Silo Model of Digital Scholarship.” Ariadne, no. 58 (January 30, 2009).

Notes from THATCamp Digital Humanities & Libraries. Topics include “Starting a DH Program in the Library,” “Re-Skilling Librarians for DH,” and “DH T

Nowviskie, Bethany. “A Skunk in the Library.” Bethany Nowviskie, June 28, 2011. See also Nowviskie’s revised version of this post in the Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013).

———. “Reality Bytes.” Bethany Nowviskie, June 20, 2012.

Nowviskie, Bethany, and Dot Porter. “Graceful Degradation Survey Findings: Managing Digital Humanities Projects Through Times of Transition and Decline?” Digital Humanities 2010 Conference Abstract, June 2010.

Nyhan, Julianne, Melissa M. Terras, and Claire Warwick. Digital Humanities in Practice. Facet Publishing in association with UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, 2012.

Nineteenth-Century Art Worldwide, Volume 11, Issue 3, Autumn 2012:

Old Maps Online:

Prady Lougee, Wendy. Diffuse Libraries: Emergent Roles for the Research Library in the Digital Age. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2002.

Pensias, Arno. Ideas and Information: Maning in a High-Tech World. W.W. Norton & Company, 1989.

Posner, Miriam. “No Half Measures: Overcoming Common Challenges to Doing Digital Humanities in the Library.” Journal of Digital Humanities 53:1 (January 2013).

Presner, Todd, David Shepard, Yoh Kawano. HyperCities: Thick Mapping in the Digital Humanities (metaLABprojects), Harvard University Press, 2014.

Proctor, Nancy. “Digital: Museum as Platform, Curator as Champion, in the Age of Social Media,” Curator: The Museum Journal 53, no. 1 (January 1, 2010): 35–43. View reading here.

Promey, Sally M., and Miriam Stewart. “Digital Art History: A New Field for Collaboration.” American Art 11, no. 2 (July 1, 1997): 36–41.

Prown, Jules “The Art Historian and the Computer,” Art as Evidence : Writings on Art and Material Culture (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2001). View reading here.
John Resig, “Using Computer Vision to Increase the Research Potential of Photo Archives.”

Ramsay, Stephen. “Care of the Soul.” Literatura Mundana, October 8, 2010.

Ramsay, Stephen. “Centers are People.” Stephen Ramsay, April 2012.

Ramsay, Stephen. Reading Machines: Toward an Algorithmic Criticism (Topics in the Digital Humanities). University of Illinois Press, 2011.

Research Libraries UK. “Re-Skilling for Research.” January 2012.

Rockenbach, Barbara. “Digital Humanities in Libraries: New Models for Scholarly Engagement.” Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013).

Rosenzweig, Roy. “Scarcity or Abundance? Preserving the Past in a Digital Era,” American Historical Review 108, 3 (June 2003): 735-762.

Ross, Nancy. “Teaching Twentieth-Century Art History with Gender and Data Visualizations,” Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy, (Issue 4).

Ruecker, Stan, and Milena Radzikowska. “The Iterative Design of a Project Charter for Interdisciplinary Research.” In Proceedings of the 7th ACM conference on Designing interactive systems – DIS ’08, 288-294. Cape Town, South Africa, 2008.

Rush, Matthew. New Media in Late 20th Century Art (World of Art). Thames and Hudson, 1999.

Rydberg Cox, Jeffrey A. Digital Libraries and the Challenges of Digital Humanities. Chandos Information Professional Series. Oxford: Chandos Publishing, 2006.

Schnapp, Jeffrey and Matthew Battles. The Library Beyond the Book (metaLABProjects). Harvard University Press, 2014.

Schreibman, Susan, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. A Companion to Digital Humanities. Blackwell Publishing, 2004.

Selections from the edited collection Learning through Digital Media: Experiments in Technology and Pedagogy (2011). (Read around depending on your interests.)

Sherratt, Tim. “It’s all about the Stuff: Collections, Interfaces, Power and People,” Discontents (November 2011).

Shopes, Linda. “Making Sense of Oral History,” Oral History in the Digital Age.

Showers, Ben. “Does the library have a role to play in the Digital Humanities?” JISC Digital Infrastructure Team, February 23, 2012.

Siemens, Lynne. “‘It’s a Team If You Use “Reply All” ’: An Exploration of Research Teams in Digital Humanities Environments.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 24, no. 2 (June 1, 2009): 225 -233.

Siemens, Lynne, Richard Cunningham, Wendy Duff, and Claire Warwick. “A Tale of Two Cities: Implications of the Similarities and Differences in Collaborative Approaches Within the Digital Libraries and Digital Humanities Communities.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 26, no. 3 (2011): 335 -348.

———, Ray Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Teresa Dobson, Alan Galey, Stan Ruecker, and Claire Warwick. “INKE Administrative Structure, Omnibus Document.” New Knowledge Environments 1, no. 1 (2009).

Simon, Nina. The Participatory Museum.
Smithsonian Social Media Policy (2011),

Smith Rumsey, Abby. “Report of the Scholarly Communication Institute 8: Emerging Genres in Scholarly Communication.” Scholarly Communication Institute, University of Virginia Library, July 2010.

Smithies, James. “Introduction to Digital Humanities.” James Smithies. March 14, 2012.

Spiro, Lisa. “Examples of Collaborative Digital Humanities Projects.” Blog. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, June 1, 2009.

Spiro, Lisa. “Getting Started in Digital Humanities, Journal of Digital Humanities, vol 1, no. 1 (2011):

Spiro, Lisa. “Getting Started in the Digital Humanities.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. October 14,2011.

Sukovic, Suzana. “Beyond the Scriptorium: The Role of the Library in Text Encoding.” D-Lib Magazine 8, no. 1 (January 2002).

Sula, Chria Alen. “Digital Humanities and Libraries: A Conceptual Model.” Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013).

Sustainable Economics for a Digital Planet: Ensuring Long-Term Access to Digital Information. Washington, D.C.: Blue Ribbon Task Force on Sustainable Digital Preservation and Access, February 2010.

Svensson, Patrik. “The Landscape of Digital Humanities.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly 4, no. 1 (Summer 2010).

Terras, Melissa. Defining Digital Humanities: A Reader. Ashgate, 2013.

Terras, Melissa. ”The Impact of Social Media on the Dissemination of Research: Results of an Experiment,” Journal of Digital Humanities, Vol. 1, No. 3 (Summer 2012),

“Textual Analysis,” John Burrows A Companion to Digital Humanities

“These Maps Show How Slavery Expanded Across the United States” Lincoln Mullen on

Thomas, Douglas and John Seely Brown. A New Culture of Learning: Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change. 2011.

“Throwing Open the Doors” in Bill Adair, Benjamin Filene, and Laura Koloski, eds. Letting Go?: Sharing Historical Authority in a User-Generated World, 2011, 68-123. View reading here

Troyano, Joan Fragaszy. “Discovering Scholarship on the Open Web: Communities and Methods,” April 1, 2013,

Tryon, Chuck. “Using Video Annotation Tools to Teach Film Analysis,” Profhacker.

UCLA Library Digital Humanities Research Guide.

Underwood, Ted. “Where to Start with Text Mining,” The Stone and the Shell.

Unsworth, John, Raymond George Siemens, and Susan Schreibman, eds. A Companion to Digital Humanities. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture 26. Blackwell Pub, 2004.

Vaidhyanathan, Siva. The Googlization of Everything (And Why We Should Worry). University of California Press, 2011.

Vectors: Journal of Culture and Technology in a Dynamic Vernacular.

Vesna, Victoria, Editor. Database Aesthetics: Art in the Age of Information Overflow. University of Minnesota Press, 2007.

Vandegrift, Micah. “#alt-LIS, OR the Question of the Hybrarian, OR What is Digital Humanities and What’s It Doing in the Library?” THATCamp Southeast, March 8, 2012.

———. “What is Digital Humanities and What’s It Doing in the Library?” In the Library with the Lead Pipe, June 27, 2012.

——— and Stewart Varner. “Evolving in Common: Creating Mutually Supportive Relationships between Libraries and the Digital Humanities.” Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013).
Vershbow, Ben. “NYPL Labs: Hacking the Library.” Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013).

Vinopal, Jennifer. “Supporting Digital Humanities in the Library: Creating Sustainable & Scalable Services.” Library Sphere, June 29, 2012.

———. “Why Understanding the Digital Humanities Is Key for Libraries.” Library Sphere, February 2011.

——— and Monica McCormick. “Supporting Digital Scholarship in Research Libraries: Scalability and Sustainability.” Journal of Library Administration 53:1 (January 2013).

Warwick, Claire, Melissa Terras, and Julianne Nyhan, eds. A Practical Guide to the Digital Humanities. London: Facet Publishing, 2011.

Warwick, Claire, Isabel Galina, Melissa Terras, Paul Huntington, and Nikoleta Pappa. “The Master Builders: LAIRAH Research on Good Practice in the Construction of Digital Humanities Projects.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 23, no. 3 (2008): 383 -396.

Weinberger, David. Everything is Miscellaneous. Henry Holt and Company, 2007.

“When Not to Use Drupal,” Drupal for Humanists,

White, Richard. “What is Spatial History?” Stanford University Spatial History Project (2010).

Wickham, Hadley. “Tidy Data,” Journal of Statistical Software, Submitted. (Read through the end of section 3 on page 13.)

Witcomb, Andrea. “The Materiality of Virtual Technologies: A New Approach to Thinking about the Impact of Multimedia in Museums,” in Fiona Cameron and Sarah Kenderine, eds, Theorizing Digital Cultural Heritage (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2007) 35-48.

Zeldman, Jeffrey. “Understanding Web Design,” A List Apart (November 20, 2007).

Zorich, Diane M. “The ‘Art’ of Digital Art History” (presented at The Digital World of Art History, Princeton University, June 26, 2013),

Zorich, Diane M. Digital Humanities Centers: Loci for Digital Scholarship. Council on Library and Information Resources, November 2008.

Zorich, Diane. A Survey of Digital Humanities Centers in the United States. CLIR Publication no. 143. Washington, D.C: Council on Library and Information Resources, 2008.

Zorich, Diane M. A Survey of Digital Cultural Heritage Initiatives and Their Sustainability Concerns. Washington, D.C.: Council on Library and Information Resources, June 2003.

Zorich, Diane M. “Transitioning to a Digital World: Art History, Its Research Centers, and
Digital Scholarship; A Report to the Samuel H. Kress Foundation and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media” (May 2012).


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