K. A. Wisniewski

A Short List of DH Journals

One of the (many) challenges of incorporating a collaborative DH project into the classroom is finding balance…balance between the scope and content of the course itself and the history, tools & skills, and critical debates within the Digital Humanities.  In introducing the digital project, students often divide themselves into two camps: those who can immediately overwhelmed and those who get really enthusiastic (sometimes more so about the project than the course itself).  Last week, a few students from the latter group recently made an appointment to simply ask, “How do we get started?  Where do we begin?  What are scholars doing?”  In an attempt to begin answering questions, I sent them a list of lists, starting with DH journals to skim through.  I thought I might share some of my notes and thoughts here, beginning with a list of journals.  Here they are (in no particular order):

1.  Digital Humanities Quarterly

2.  Rhizomes

3.  Culture Machine

4.  Vectors

5.  Hyperrhiz: New Media Cultures

6.  Journal of Digital Humanities

7.  Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (DSH)
(Formerly known as Literary and Linguistic Computing)

8.  Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy

9.  Digital Humanities Now 

10.  Electronic Book Review

And Some Honorable Mentions…

Book 2.0

Digital Studies/Le champ numérique

Enculturation: A Journal of Writing, Rhetoric, and Culture

The Fibreculture Journal: Internet Theory, Criticism, and Research

First Monday

Journal of Digital and Media Literacy

Journal of Electronic Publishing

The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

PMC: Postmodern Culture

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This entry was posted on November 11, 2015 by in Digital Humanities, Journals, New Media, Writing/Publishing and tagged , , , , .
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