DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2018 12.2

Distracted Reading: Acts of Attention in the Age of the Internet

Editor: Marion Thain

Front Matter

Distracted Reading: Acts of Attention in the Age of the Internet
Marion Thain, King's College London
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Articles

How Scholars Read Now: When the Signal Is the Noise
Jennifer Edmond, Trinity College Dublin
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Distributed reading: Literary reading in diverse environments
Tully Barnett, Flinders University
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The Imaginary Museum: Teaching Art History with Mobile Digital Technology
Martha Hollander, Hofstra University
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From Distracted to Distributed Attention: Expanded Learning through Social Media, Augmented Reality, Remixing, and Activist Geocaching
Marina Hassapopoulou, New York University
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From Distracted to Recursive Reading: Facilitating Knowledge Transfer through Annotation Software
Sarah E. Kersh, Dickinson College; Chelsea Skalak, Dickinson College
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Reading, Making, and Metacognition: Teaching Digital Humanities for Transfer
Paul Fyfe, North Carolina State University
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Laptop Policy: Notes on Boredom
Grant Wythoff, Pennsylvania State University
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Articles

Manuscript Study in Digital Spaces: The State of the Field and New Ways Forward
Bridget Almas, The Alpheios Project, Ltd.; Emad Khazraee, School of Information, Kent State University; Matthew Thomas Miller, Roshan Institute for Persian Studies, University of Maryland College Park; Joshua Westgard, University Libraries, University of Maryland College Park
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BigDIVA and Networked Browsing: A Case for Generous Interfacing and Joyous Searching
Joel Schneier, North Carolina State University; Timothy Stinson, North Carolina State University; Matthew Davis, McMaster University
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Predicting the Past
Tobias Blanke, King's College London, Department of Digital Humanities
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Reverse Engineering the First Humanities Computing Center
Steven Jones, University of South Florida
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Stealing a Corpus: Appropriating Aesop’s Body in the Early Age of Print
Alex Mueller, University of Massachusetts Boston
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Reconstructing Brandon (1998-1999): A Cross-disciplinary Digital Humanities Study of Shu Lea Cheang’s Early Web Artwork
Deena Engel, New York University; Lauren Hinkson, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Joanna Phillips, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Marion Thain, New York University
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Using structured text corpora in Parliamentary Metadata Language for the analysis of legislative proceedings
Richard Gartner, Warburg Institute, London, UK
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Issues in Digital Humanities

Methodological Nearness and the Question of Computational Literature
Michael Marcinkowski, Bath Spa University
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Author Biographies