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... the usual mixture of amusement and resentment that surrounds a critical rebuke the authorship of the review remains to this day uncertain The purpose of this article is to investigate the possible candidacy of Thomas Moore as the author of the provocative review It seeks to solve a puzzle of almost two hundred years and in the process clear a valuable scholarly path in Irish Studies in the field of Romanticism and in our understanding of Moore s role in a prominent literary controversy of the age Read More Posted In Digital Humanities Networking a Scholarly Edition Networking Ulysses as a Digital Text and Research Site Published October 07 2015 Author Hans Walter Gabler Ludwig Maximilians Universität München Comments Assuming a graded distinction between information sites knowledge sites and research sites 1 what is it that specifically marks out the digital research site The types of site are all repositories of content The content they comprise and harvest is substantial knowledge The research site in particular is structured by nodes for content enrichment Assembling recording and holding knowledge the research site serves simultaneously to modify revise and increase it In research practice this happens in a man to machine query response interaction Utilizing the dynamic potential of the digital medium the digital research site brings to the fore the dynamic process nature of knowledge The constant dialogic negotiation of its content and substance is what renders the digital site a research site Read More Posted In Digital Humanities Current Articles Preface Published October 07 2015 Author Sonia Howell University of Notre Dame and Matthew Wilkens University of Notre Dame Comments In The Digital Humanities Manifesto 2 0 2009 the authors define the Digital Humanities as an array of convergent practices that explore a universe in which a print is no longer the exclusive or the normative medium in which knowledge is produced and or disseminated instead print finds itself absorbed into new multimedia configurations and b digital tools techniques and media have altered the production and dissemination of knowledge in the arts human and social sciences 1 Read More Posted In Digital Humanities The Emergence of the Digital Humanities in Ireland Published October 07 2015 Author James O Sullivan Penn State University Órla Murphy University College Cork Shawn Day University College Cork Comments Digital Humanities is not some airy Lyceum It is a series of concrete instantiations involving money students funding agencies big schools little schools programs curricula old guards new guards gatekeepers and prestige It might be more than these things but it cannot not be these things 1 Read More Posted In Digital Humanities An Digitiú agus na Daonnachtaí in Éirinn Published October 07 2015 Author Pádraig Ó Macháin University College Cork Comments Is féidir sainmhíniú fíorshimplí a dhéanamh ar an digitiú is é sin eolas a chruthú i bhfoirm leictreonach nó a aistriú go dtí an fhoirm sin Chomh fada siar le 1993 léirigh an Dr Peter Robinson na prionsabail bhunaidh phraiticiúla a bhain le foinsí scoláiriúla...

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