, Global Debates in the Digital Humanities

Contents Acknowledgments Introduction Domenico Fiormonte, Paola Ricaurte, and Sukanta Chaudhuri Part I: Global Histories of Digital Humanities 1. Epistemically Produced Invisibility Sayan Bhattacharyya 2. Alternative Histories of Digital Humanities: Tracing the Archival Turn Puthiya Purayil Sneha 3. Can the Subaltern “Do” DH? A Reflection on the Challenges and Opportunities for the Digital Humanities Ernesto Priego 4. Peering Beyond the Pink Tent: Queer of Color Critique across the Digital Indian Ocean Rahul K. Gairola 5. The History and Context of the Digital Humanities in Russia Inna Kizhner, Melissa Terras, Lev Manovich, Boris Orekhov, Igor Kim, Maxim Rumyantsev, and Anastasia Bonch-Osmolovskaya 6. Debating and Developing Digital Humanities in China: New or Old? Jing Chen and Lik Hang Tsui 7. How We Became Digital: The Recent History of Digital Humanities in Poland Maciej Maryl 8. Social Sciences and Digital Humanities of the South: Materials for a Critical Discussion Nuria Rodríguez-Ortega Part II: Exploring and Practicing Global Digital Humanities 9. Mining Verbal Data from Early Bengali Newspapers and Magazines: Contemplating the Possibilities Purbasha Auddy 10. Digital Brush Talk: Challenges and Potential Connections in East Asian Digital Research Aliz Horvath 11. “It Functions, and That’s (Almost) All”: Tagging the Talmud Itay Marienberg-Milikowsky 12. What’s Trending in the Chinese Google Books Corpus? A Google Ngram Analysis of the Chinese Language Area (1950–2008) Carlton Clark, Lei Zhang, and Steffen Roth 13. In Tlilli in Tlapalli / In Xochitl in Cuicatl: The Representation of Other Mexican Literatures through Digital Media Ernesto Miranda Trigueros 14. No “Making,” Not Now: Decolonizing Digital Humanities in South Asia Dibyadyuti Roy and Nirmala Menon 15. Digital Humanities and Memory Wars in Contemporary Russia Sofia Gavrilova 16. Borderlands Archives Cartography: Bridging Personal, Political, and Geographical Borderlands Maira E. Álvarez and Sylvia Fernández Quintanilla 17. Developing New Literacy Skills and Digital Scholarship Infrastructures in the Global South: A Case Study María José Afanador-Llach and Andres Lombana-Bermudez 18. Manuscripts Written by Women in New Spain and the Challenge of Digitization: An Experiment in Academic Autoethnography Diana Barreto Ávila Part III: Beyond Digital Humanities 19. Digital Humanities and Visible and Invisible Infrastructures Gimena del Rio Riande 20. Site-Specific Cultural Infrastructure: Promoting Access and Conquering the Digital Divide Juan Steyn and Andre Goodrich 21. On Gambiarras: Technical Improvisations à la Brazil Carolina Dalla Chiesa and Leonardo Foletto 22. Messy Empowerment: Mapping Digital Encounters in the Margins Anita Gurumurthy and Deepti Bharthur 23. On Language, Gender, and Digital Technologies Tim Unwin 24. Africa’s Digitalization: From the Ecological Dilemma to the Decolonization of the Imaginary Cédric Leterme Contributors Source: https://www.upress.umn.edu/book-division/books/global-debates-in-the-digital-humanities

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