There are no books to purchase for this course. A number of electronic resources available openly or through NYUAD library are embedded in links throughout this syllabus.
We will be discussing
- Obrist, A Brief History of Curation
- Berry/Fagerjord, Digital Humanities: Knowledge and Critique in a Digital Age (on course reserve)
- Bodenhamer et al, Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives
- Svensson, Big Digital Humanities
- Sabharwal, Digital Curation in the Digital Humanities
- Parry, Museums in a Digital Age
- McDonald, A Companion to Museum Studies
- Open Cultural Data (Europeana, Digital Public Library of America, Qatar Digital Library, Micropasts and others).
- Programming Historian.
- Various digital humanities research blogs
OTHER OPEN-ACCESS DIGITAL HUMANITIES RESOURCES:
Gold/Klein, Debates in the Digital Humanities 2012 edition 2016 edition
Burdick et al., Digital_Humanities
Drucker et al, Introduction to Digital Humanities
Price/Siemens, Literary Studies in the Digital Age
Schafer/Serres, Histoires de l’internet et du web
Other readings on digital and non-digital curation:
Chateigné, The Archive as Productive Space of Conflict
Dzeikan, Virtuality and the Art of Exhibition
Greenberg et al, Thinking about Exhibitions
Obrist, Everything You Wanted to Know About Curation
Obrist, Ways of Curating
Marincola, Curating Now
Pearce, Interpreting Objects and Collections
Smith, Thinking Contemporary Curating
A reference guide for the digital humanities is being prepared by NYUAD library.