353. Avenues of Access: Digital Humanities and the Future of Scholarly Communication
Sunday, 4 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m., Republic Ballroom, Sheraton
A linked session arranged in conjunction with The Presidential Forum: Avenues of Access
Presiding: Michael Bérubé, Penn State Univ., University Park
1. "The Mirror and the LAMP," Matthew Kirschenbaum, Univ. of Maryland, College Park
2. "Access Demands a Paradigm Shift," Cathy N. Davidson, Duke Univ.
3. "Resistance in the Materials," Bethany Nowviskie, Univ. of Virginia
The news that digital humanities are the next big thing must come as a pleasant surprise to people who have been working in the field for decades. Yet only recently has the scholarly community at large realized that developments in new media have implications not only for the form but also for the content of scholarly communication. This session will explore some of those implications—for scholars, for libraries, for journals, and for the idea of intellectual property.
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