I meant to write a real post this week, but life (procrastination?) got in the way. So much for my time management skills. Instead, I’m offering a few articles that I’ve been meaning to read about digital history. I’ve looked through several course syllabi on digital history because I doubt I’ll have the chance to take a class on the subject (though I’m dying to attend a THATCamp) — so here’s my attempt at self-education.
- Ayers, Edward L. (1999). “The Pasts and Futures of Digital History.”
- Cohen, Daniel J. and Rosenzweig, Roy. (2005). Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web.
- Fitzpatrick, Kathleen. (2009). Planned Obsolescence.
- Leary, Patrick. (2005). “Googling the Victorians.” Journal of Victorian Culture, 10(1), 72-86.
- “Interchange: The Promise of Digital History.” Journal of American History, 95(2).