Readings

Part I: Creating Online Narratives

Defining the Digital Humanities

Chapter 9: ‘Is There a Text on This Screen? Reading in an Era of Hypertextuality’ – Bertrand Gervais, A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, ed. Susan Schreibman et al.

Chapter 7: ‘Hypertext and Avant-texte in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Literature’ – Dirk Van Hulle, A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, ed. Susan Schreibman et al.

Chapter 7: ‘Hypertext and Avant-texte in Twentieth-Century and Contemporary Literature’ – Dirk Van Hulle, A Companion to Digital Literary Studies, ed. Susan Schreibman et al.

Steven E. Jones on the Eversion

Ian Lancashire on quantifying Agatha Christie’s word usage

Chapter 19: ‘Modelling: A Study in Words and Meanings’ – Willard McCarty, A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman et al.

Chapter 31: ‘Designing Sustainable Projects and Publications’ – Daniel V. Pitti, A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman et al.

Kafka’s Wound, A Digital Essay by Will Self

‘On the Digital Essay with Nicholas Spice,’ Will Self

Chapter 5: ‘Computing and the Historical Imagination’ – William G. Thomas II, A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman et al.

 

Part II: Museums and Digital Storytelling