CPSC 689-606--Fall 2006--Schedule

Subject to change!
Tuesday, 8/29/06
	Handouts: 1 (syllabus), 2 (assignment 0), 3 (term project),
		4 (topic summary/presentation); 5 (research proposal)
Thursday, 8/31/06
	Readings:
	Susan Hockey,
		"The History of Humanities Computing,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 3-19.
	John Unsworth,
		"What is Humanities Computing and What is Not?"
		2002.
		http://computerphilologie.uni-muenchen.de/jg02/unsworth.html
		also at
		http://digitalhumanities.org/view/Essays/JohnUnsworthHumanitiesComputing


Tuesday, 9/5/06
	Assignment 0 due
	Readings:
	Espen Aarseth,
		"The Field of Humanistic Informatics and its Relation to the Humanities,"
		1997
		http://www.hb.se/bhs/ith/4-97/ea.htm
		http://www.hf.uib.no/hi/espen/HI.html
		http://digitalhumanities.org/view/Essays/EspenAarsethHumanisticInformatics
		Later version
		http://www.iath.virginia.edu/hcs/aarseth.html
	Tito Orlandi Is Humanities Computing a Discipline? (2002)
		http://computerphilologie.uni-muenchen.de/jg02/orlandi.html
		mirrored at http://digitalhumanities.org/view/Essays/TitiOrlandiHumanitiesComputingDiscipline
Thursday, 9/7/06
	Readings:
	Greg Crane,
		"Classics and the Computer: An End of the History,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 46-55.
	Gregory Crane,
		"The Perseus Project and Beyond,"
		1998.
		http://www.dlib.org/dlib/january98/01crane.html
	Gregory Crane, Clifford E. Wulfman, Lisa M. Cerrato, Anne Mahoney,
		Thomas L. Milbank, David Mimno, Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox, David
		A. Smith, and Christopher York. Towards a cultural heritage
		digital library. In Proceedings of the 3rd ACM/IEEE-CS Joint
		Conference on Digital Libraries, JCDL 2003, pages 75-86,
		Houston, TX, June 2003.
		Copy at 
		http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/Articles/jcdl2003.pdf

Tuesday, 9/12/06
	Discuss "state of the art" topics and make selections
	Papers by Johanna Drucker (discussion continues into next session)
	Speculative Computing
	Report to Intel
	Graphesis
	Also explore
		http://www3.iath.virginia.edu/time/time.html
		in conjunction with the first two papers
Thursday, 9/14/06
	Papers continue from Tuesday
	Attend Johanna Drucker's HI lecture series talk, 4:00, Evans 204E
	Title: Visualizing Information
Tuesday, 9/19/06
	Demos: Carlos, Jie, Neal
Thursday, 9/21/06
	Demos: Carlos, Jie, Neal
Tuesday, 9/26/06
	Term project proposal due
	Readings:
	C.M. Sperberg-McQueen,
		"Classification and its Structures,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 161-176.
	Allen H. Renear,
		"Text Encoding,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 218-239.
	Jerome McGann,
		"Marking Texts of Many Dimensions,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 198-217
		http://jefferson.village.virginia.edu/%7Ejjm2f/blackwell.htm

Thursday, 9/28/06
	Readings
	Jerome McGann,
		"The Rationale of HyperText,"
		1995.
		http://www.iath.virginia.edu/public/jjm2f/rationale.html
	Jerome McGann,
		"Rethinking Textuality,"
		http://digitalhumanities.org/view/Essays/JeromeMcGannRethinkingTextuality

Tuesday, 10/3/06
	Readings
	Martha Nell Smith,
		"Electronic Scholarly Editing,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 306-322.
	Peter Robinson
		"Where we are with electronic scholarly editions, and
		where we want to be."  2004.
		http://computerphilologie.uni-muenchen.de/jg03/robinson.html
		copy also at http://digitalhumanities.org/view/Essays/PeterRobinsonWhereWe

Thursday, 10/5/06
	Readings
	Hugh Craig,
		"Stylistic Analysis and Authorship Studies,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 273-288.
		http://etcl.uvic.ca/blackwell/craig.html
	John Burrows,
		"Textual Analysis,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 323-347.
		http://etcl.uvic.ca/blackwell/Burrows.html


Tuesday, 10/10/06
	Discuss term projects

Thursday, 10/12/06
	Readings
	Nancy Ide,
		"Preparation and Analysis of Linguistic Corpora,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 289-305.
	John Bradley,
		"Text Tools,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 505-522.

Tuesday, 10/17/06
	Readings
	Ian Lancashire,
		"Cognitive Stylistics and the Literary Imagination,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 397-414.
	Marie-Laure Ryan,
		"Multivariant Narratives,"
		A Companion to Digital Humanities, pp. 415-430
		http://lamar.colostate.edu/~pwryan/multivariant.htm
Thursday, 10/19/06
	Attend Digital Textual Studies symposium, 10/19 evening through 10/21
	http://digitaltext.tamu.edu/
Tuesday, 10/24/06
	Joint meeting with ENGL 689-600, Special Topics in Digital Editing
	12:45-3:45, location: 115 Blocker
	They will be reading:
	Kenneth M. Price,
		"Dollars and Sense in Collaborative Digital Scholarship:
		The Example of the Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive" (2001).
		www.whitmanarchive.org/introduction > articles and interviews
	Care, Mary;  David Green:
		"Rights and Permissions in an Electronic
		Edition."  Electronic Textual Editing.
		http://www.tei-c.org/Activities/ETE/Preview/index.xml
	Kirschenbaum, Matthew G.
		"Editing the Interface: Textual Studies and First
		Generation Electronic Objects."
		Text: An Interdisciplinary Annual of
		Textual Studies (TEXTiats) 2002; 14: 15-51.
		Electronic reserve.
	Robinson,  Peter.
		"Current issues in making digital editions of medieval
		texts-or, do electronic scholarly editions have a future?"
		Digital Medievalist 1.1 (Spring 2005),  at
		http://www.digitalmedievalist.org/article.cfm?RecID=6

Thursday, 10/26/06
	No class (Tuesday's session was double-length)
Tuesday, 10/31/06
	"State of the art" papers due
	"State of the art" topic presentations
Thursday, 11/2/06
	"State of the art" topic presentations
Tuesday, 11/7/06
	No class, attend tomorrow's HI lecture
Wednesday, 11/8/06
	Attend Douglas Greenberg's HI lecture series talk, 4:00, Evans 204E
Thursday, 11/9/06
	Finish up "state of the art" topic presentations
	Discuss yesterday's talk
Tuesday, 11/14/06
	Note: the Digital Humanities 2006 proceedings are here
	Selected readings are extracted here
		(the filename includes the paper's page numbers)
	Readings:
	John Lavagnino, When not to use TEI
		http://www.tei-c.org/Activities/ETE/Preview/lavagnino.xml
	Claire Carlin, Eric Haswell, and Martin Holmes.
		Problems with Marriage: Annotating Seventeenth-Century French
		Engravings with TXI and SVG.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 39-42
	Claus Huitfeldt, Michael Sperberg-McQueen, David Dubin, and
		Lars G. Johnsen.
		Markup Languages for Complex Documents--an Interim Project
		Report.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 93-97.
	Dorothy Porter, William Du Casse, Jerzy W. Jaromczyk, Neal Moore,
		Ross Scaife, and Jack Mitchell.
		Creating CTS Collections.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 269-274.

Thursday, 11/16/06
	Readings
	Matthew Kirschenbaum (organizer)
		The NORA Project: Text Mining and Literary Interpretation.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 252-259.
	David L. Hoover.
		Stylometry, Chronology, and the Styles of Henry James.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 78-80.
	Tom Horton, Kristen Taylor, Bei Yu, and Xin Xiang.
		"Quite Right, Dear and Interesting": Seeking the Sentimental in
		Nineteenth Century American Fiction.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 81-82.
	Sobhan Hota, Shlomo Argamon, Moshe Koppel, and Iris Zigdon.
		Performing Gender: Automatic Stylistic Analysis of
		Shakespeare's Characters.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 82-88.
	Xian Hu, J. Stephen Downie, and M. Cameron Jones
		Criticism Mining: Text Mining Experiments on Book, Movie,
		and Music Reviews.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 88-93.

Tuesday, 11/21/06
	Readings:
	Julia Flanders (organizer)
		The Rhetoric of Performative Markup.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 248-251.
	G. Rockwell, S. Sinclair, and J. Chartrand.
		[Text,Analysis,Tools].define()
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 275-280.
	Paul Chase and Shlomo Argamon.
		Methods for Genre Analysis Applied to Formal Scientific
			Writing.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 43-46.
	Oyvinde Eide.
		The Exhibition Problem.  A Real Life Example with a
			Sugggested Solution.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 58-61.

				Thanksgiving break, 11/23 and 11/24
Tuesday, 11/28/06
	Readings:
	Jonathan Furner, Martha Smith, and Megan Winget.
		Collaborative Indexing of Cultural Resources: Some
			Outstanding Issues.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 69-71.
	Matt Jensen.
		Semantic Timeline Tools for History and Criticism.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 97-100.
	Desmond Schmidt and Domenico Fiormonte.
		A Fresh Computational Approach to Textual Variation.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 193-196.
	Theodor G. Wyeld.
		The Three-Dimensionalisation of Giotto's 13th-Century Assisi
			Fresco: Exorcism of the Demons at Arezzo.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 231-233.
	Xin Xiang and John Unsworth.
		Connecting Text Mining and Natural Language Processing in a
			Humanistic Context.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 234-236.
	Bei Yu and John Unsworth.
		Toward Discovering Potential Data Mining Appliations in
			Literary Criticism.
		Digital Humanities 2006.
		pp. 237-239.
Thursday, 11/30/06
	Research proposal assignment due
	Term project presentations
Tuesday, 12/05/06
	Term project written report due
	Term project presentations

November 19, 2006