“Digital Humanities Scholarship and Electronic Publication”

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Eyman, Douglas, & Ball, Cheryl E. (under review). Digital humanities scholarship and electronic publication. In Jim Ridolfo & Bill Hart-Davidson (Eds.), Rhetoric and the digital humanities. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

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This chapter argues that the publication and dissemination of digital scholarship relies upon three critical forms of infrastructure: scholarly, social, and technical. Scholarly infrastructure impacts the design choices made in the production of screen-based scholarly works; social infrastructure has to be developed to increase to value and acceptance of such work; and technological infrastructure is needed to ensure sustainability and accessibility of digital scholarship. Drawing on their many years of experience as editors of a digital journal devoted to publishing digital media scholarship, the authors of this chapter examine an NEH-funded digital humanities project they worked on to better the scholarly, social, and technical infrastructures of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.

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