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Open Peer Review for the Humanities

Jason M. Kelly, An Ecology for Digital Scholarship

December 4th, 2012

An Ecology for Digital Scholarship Jason M. Kelly 6 December 2012 Digital History Seminar, Institute for Historical Research http://www.history.ac.uk/events/seminars/321 | #dhist Bedford Room G37, Senate house, South block, Ground floor
5:15 pm We’re in the middle of one once again.  Another historical turn.  The digital turn.  Turns are always exciting.  They always promise to change the [...]

Academic History Writing and Its Discontents

October 23rd, 2011

This is the rough text of a short talk I am scheduled to deliver at a symposium on ‘Future Directions in Book History’ at Cambridge on the 24th of November 2011. I am on the programme as talking briefly about the ‘Old Bailey Online and other resources’ (by which I assume is meant London Lives, [...]

History Working Papers and NACBS 2011

September 20th, 2011

Dear H-Albion members, I’m writing to you to let you know about an exciting new addition to this year’s North American Conference on British Studies. As some of you already know, Tim Hitchcock and I are working together on a digital space that we are calling The History Working Papers Project (HWPP, <https://libtool.ulib.iupui.edu/wordpress/>). The HWPP [...]

HWPP and “Digital Humanities and British Studies”

August 18th, 2011

The History Working Papers Project (HWPP)  emerged from a panel at the 2010 North American Conference in British Studies.  The panel, “Digital Humanities and British Studies”, brought together a number of scholars and archivists whose work is both informed by and develops the methods and tools of digital humanities: Chairs Tim Hitchcock and Jason M. [...]

IHR Digital Reviews the NACBS Digital Humanities Panel

March 20th, 2011

Jane Winters at IHR Digital has the following review of the NACBS Digital Humanities Panel that Tim Hitchcock and I hosted a few weeks ago.  The original post is here: <http://ihr-history.blogspot.com/2010/11/digital-humanities-and-british-studies.html>.  You can read the entire post below. “A panel session organised by Tim Hitchcock and Jason Kelly at the North American Conference on British [...]

Models for Peer Review in the Digital Age

February 8th, 2011

NACBS 2010 Jason M. Kelly, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Models for Peer Review in the Digital Age Here’s the question: Is there a better model for humanities peer review that is better suited for twentieth-first century scholarship?  I think the answer is, “yes.” Imagine the following.  You are an author.  You submit your latest article [...]