Publications 2014-2017

Book Chapters

Algee-Hewitt, Mark. “Criticism and the Sublime” Encyclopedia of British Literature 1660-1789 Ed. Gary Day and Jack Lynch. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2015.

Algee-Hewitt, Mark and Andrew Piper. “The Werther Effect I: Goethe Topologically”. Distant Reading/Descriptive Turns: Topologies of German Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ed. Matt Erlin and Lynn Tatlock. Rochester: Camden House, 2014. 155-184.

Algee-Hewitt, Mark. “Mapping the Emotions of London in Fiction: 1700-1900: A Crowdsourcing Experiment,” Literary Mapping in the Digital Age.  Ed. Christopher Donaldson. New York: Routledge, 2016. 25- 47.

Algee-Hewitt, Mark. “The Novel as Data,” contributed chapter to The Cambridge Companion to the Novel, forthcoming, Fall, 2017.

Brown, Susan I. “Towards Best Practices in Collaborative Knowledge Production.” Doing Digital Humanities. Ed. Constance Crompton, Richard Lane, and Ray Siemens. Routledge, 2016. 47-64.

Brown, Susan I. “Mapping Tags and Tagging Maps: Leveraging Spatial Markup for Literary History.” Cultural Mappings and the Digital Sphere: Space and Place. Papers from the CWRC2 Conference. Ed. Ruth Panofsky and Kathleen Kellett.Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. With Isobel Grundy, Mariana Paredes-Olea, Jeffery Antoniuk, and Breanna Mroczek, 2015. 3-24.

Brown, Susan I. “Networking Feminist Literary History: Recovering Eliza Meteyard’s Web.” Virtual Victorians. Ed. Andrew Stauffer and Victoria Rose Alfano. Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. 57-82.

Brown, Susan I. “Technology.” The Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga, Pamela K. Gilbert, and Linda K. Hughes. Wiley-Blackwell, July 2015. Print and online. DOI: 10.1111/b.9781118405383.2015. x

Brown, Susan I. and Mary-Jo Romaniuk. “Foreword.” Cultural Mappings and the Digital Sphere: Space and Place. Papers from the CWRC2 Conference.  Ed. Ruth Panofsky and Kathleen Kellett. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2015. vii-x.

Burgoyne, JA, John Ashley, Ichiro Fujinaga, and J. Stephen Downie. “Music information retrieval”.  Companion to Digital Humanities. Ed. Susan Schreiberman, Ray Siemens and John Unsworth. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell,  2015. 213-239.

Downie, J. Stephen. “Foreword”. Music Similarity and Retrieval: Audio- and Web-based Strategies. Ed. Peter Knees and Markus Schedl.  New York: Springer, 2016.

Erlin, Matt and Lynne Tatlock. “Distant Reading and the Historiography of Nineteenth-Century German Literature”. Distant Readings: Topologies of German Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ed. Matt Erlin and Lynne Tatlock. New York: Camden House, 2014. 1-25.

Erlin, Matt and Martin Kagel.  “Unter Geschäftsmännern: Figuren des Dritten in Lessings Dramaturgie.” Lessing Yearbook XLI. Ed. Monika Fick. Wallstein Verlag, 2014. 283-300.

Erlin, Matt. “Athens on the Spree? Urban Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Berlin.” The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of Berlin.  Ed. Andrew J. Webber. Cambridge University Press, forthcoming 2017.

Erlin, Matt. “Sammlung, Inventar, Archiv: Epistemologien der Liste im Roman des 19. Jahrhunderts.”  Archiv/Fiktionen: Verfahren des Archivierens in Literatur und Kultur des langen 19. Jahrhunderts. Ed. Nicolas Pethes an Daniela Gretz. Freiburg: Rombach Verlag, 2016.  363-384.

Erlin, Matt. “The Location of Literary History: Topic Modeling, Network Analysis, and the German Novel, 1731-1864.” Distant Readings: Topologies of German Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ed. Matt Erlin and Lynne Tatlock. New York: Camden House, 2014. 55-90.

Jockers, Matthew L. and Ted Underwood. “Text-Mining the Humanities.” New Companion to the Digital Humanities. Ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth. Wiley-Blackwell Press, 2016.

Mandell, Laura, Elizabeth Grumbach, and Matthew Christy. “Data Preparation for Text Mining.” Digital Humanities for Literary Studies: Theories, Methods, and Practices. Ed. Ray Siemens and James O’Sullivan.  Penn State Univ. Press, forthcoming, 2017.

Mandell, Laura. “Enlightenment”. Early Modern Emotions: An Introduction. Ed. Susan Broomhall. Routledge, 2017. 265-269.

Mandell, Laura. “From Monograph to Multigraph: The Digital Transformation of Literary Historical Scholarship”. Downstream from the Digital Humanities, Open Book Publishers, forthcoming 2017/18.

Mandell, Laura. “Gendering Digital Literary History: What Counts for Digital Humanities”. A New Companion to Digital Humanities, 2nd Rev. Ed. Susan Schreibman, John Unsworth, Ray Siemens. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2016. 511-524.

Mandell, Laura. “The Future of the Scholarly Monograph,” in the book series “Aperçus: Histories, Texts, Cultures” forthcoming 2017/18.

Radzikowska, Milena, Stan Ruecker and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Engaging Intellectual Territories: Teaching Undergraduate Design Students Using Digital Humanities in the Classroom.”  Design Education: Approaches, Explorations and Perspectives. Ed. Aidan Rowe and Bonnie Sadler Takach. Department of Art and Design, University of Alberta, 2014. 37-43.

Roberts­Smith, Jennifer, Stéfan Sinclair, Shawn DeSouza­Coeldo, Teresa Dobson, Sandra Gabriele, Omar Rodriguez­Arenas, Stan Ruecker, Paul Stoesser et Alexandra Kovacs.  “SeT Free: breaking the rules in a processual, User­generated, Digital performance edition of Richard the third”. The Shakespearean International Yearbook, 14, 2014. Ed. Tom Bishop and Alexa Huang. Routledge, 2014. 69-100.

Rockwell, Geoffrey and Bettina Berendt. “On Big Data and Text Mining in the Humanities.” Data Mining and Learning Analytics: Applications in Educational Research (1st ed.).  Ed. Samira ElAtia, Donald Ipperciel,  and Osmar Zaïane. John Wiley & Sons, 2016. 29-40.

Rockwell, Geoffrey and Stefan Sinclair. “Thinking-through the history of computer-assisted text analysis.” Doing Digital Humanities: Practice, Training, Research.  Ed. Constance Crompton, Richard J. Lane, and Ray Siemens. New York: Routledge, 2016. 9-21.

Rockwell, Geoffrey and Stefan Sinclair. “Watching out for the Olympians! Reading the CSEC Slides.” Information Ethics and Global Citizenship. Ed. Toni Samek and Lynette Shultz. McFarland & Company.  Forthcoming in March 2017.

Sinclair, Stefan and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Les potentialités du texte numérique.” Pratiques de l’édition numérique. Collection Parcours numériques. Ed. Marcello Vitali-Rosati and Michael E. Sinatra.  Montréal, Canada: Les Presses de l’Université de Montréal, 2014. 191-204.

Sinclair, Stefan and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Text Analysis and Visualization: Making Meaning Count.” A New Companion to the Digital Humanities.  Ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens and John Unsworth. Wiley-Blackwell, 2016.  274-290.

Sinclair, Stéfan. “Thinking Bigger: Reflections on the Digital.” Meetings With Books: Special Collections in the 21st century.  Ed. Jillian Tomm and Richard Virr.  McGill Library, 2014.

Underwood, Ted. “Algorithmic Modeling; or, Modeling Data We Don’t Yet Understand.” The Shape of Data in the Humanities. Ed. Julia Flanders and Fotis Jannidis. Ashgate, forthcoming, 2017.

Underwood, Ted. “Distant Reading and Recent Intellectual History.” Debates in Digital Humanities 2016. Ed. Matthew K. Gold and Lauren Klein. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2016. 530-533.

Underwood, Ted. “Hold On Loosely: Or, Gesellschaft and Gemeinschaft on the Web.” Debates in Digital Humanities 2016. Ed. Matthew K. Gold and Lauren Klein.  Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2016. 519-522.

Wilkens, Matthew. “The Perpetual Fifties of American Fiction.” Neoliberalism and Literature. Ed. Mitchum Huehls and Rachel Greenwald Smith. Johns Hopkins UP: forthcoming, 2017.

Edited Books

Distant Readings: Topologies of German Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century. Ed. Matt Erlin and Lynne Tatlock. New York: Camden House, 2014.

Driscoll, Charles. East and West of Wichita. Edited with Critical Introduction,  Matthew L. Jockers. Wichita, Kansas: Rowfant Press, 2014.

Regenerations: Canadian Women Writers/Régénérations:Écriture des femmes au Canada. Ed. Marie Carrière and Patricia Demers. Co-editors: Susan I. Brown and Mihaela Ilovan and Ruth Knechtel of the digital edition in the Dynamic Table of Contexts Browser, published online by the Canadian Writing , Research Collaboratory jointly with University of Alberta Press. June, 2015.

Authored Books

Archer, Jodie and Matthew L Jockers. The Bestseller Code: Anatomy of the Blockbuster Novel. St. Martins Press, 2016.

Erlin, Matt. Necessary Luxuries: Books, Literature, and the Culture of Consumption in Germany, 1770-1815. Ithaca, NY: Signale/Cornell University Press, 2014. (Winner of the DAAD Book Prize for best book in Literature or Cultural Studies published in 2014 or 2015)

Jockers, Matthew L. Text Analysis with R for Students of Literature. Springer, 2014.

Mandell, Laura C. Breaking the Book: Print Humanities in the Digital Age. Wiley-Blackwell Manifestos, 2015.

Piper, Andrew.  Enumerations: Quantities of Literature (under review)

Rockwell, Geoffrey and Stéfan Sinclair. Hermeneutica: Computer-Assisted Interpretation in the Humanities. MIT Press, 2016.

Wilkens, Matthew. Revolution: The Event in Postwar Fiction. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 2016.

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (Open Access)

Algee-Hewitt, Mark and Bridget Algee-Hewit.  “The Unspoken Word: Race and the New Language of Identity.”  Under review for Current Anthropology.

Algee-Hewitt, Mark. “Narrative Knowledge: Data, Information and Disciplinary Change in the Humanities.”  Under review for Humanities.

Algee-Hewitt, Mark. “Novel Taxonomies: The eighteenth-century prehistory of genre,” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics. Forthcoming, 2017.

Bamman, David, Ted Underwood and Noah Smith. “A Bayesian Mixed Effects Model of Literary Character,” Association for Computational Linguistics (2014).

Berendt, Bettina, Marco Büchler and Geoffrey Rockwell. “Is it Research or is it Spying? Thinking-Through Ethics in Big Data AI and Other Knowledge Sciences.” Künstliche Intelligenz (German Journal of Artificial Intelligence.)  29.2 (June 2015) 223-232.

Bhattacharyya, Sayan, Peter Organisciak and J. Stephen Downie. A fragmentizing interface to a large corpus of digitized text. Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 40.1. (2015) 61-77.

Brown, Susan I.  “Scaling Up Collaboration Online: Towards a Collaboratory for Research on Canadian Writing.” International Journal of Canadian Studies 48 (April 2014) 233-251.

Brown, Susan I. “Remediating the Editor.” Interdisciplinary Science Review 40.1 (March 2015) 78-94.

Brown, Susan I. “Tensions and Tenets of Socialized Scholarship.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 31.2 (June 2016) 301-320.

Brown, Susan I. “The Writeable Web.” Contribution to “Forty on Forty” special feature to celebrate 40th anniversary of ESC 41.4 (2016).

Brown, Susan I. and John Simpson. “An Entity by Any Other Name: Linked Open Data as a Basis for a Decentred, Dynamic Scholarly Publishing Ecology.”  Scholarly and Research Communications 6.2 (2015).

Brown, Susan I., Claire Austin, Nancy Fong, Chuck Humphrey, Amber Leahey and Peter Webster. “Research Data Repositories: Review of current features, gap analysis, and recommendations for minimum requirements.”  IASSIST Quarterly. In press.

Brown, Susan I., John Simpson, the INKE Research Group and the CWRC project team. “The Changing Culture of Humanities Scholarship: Iteration, Recursion, and Versions in Scholarly Collaboration Environments.”  Scholarly and Research Communication 5.4 (January 2015).

Brown, Susan I., Linda Cameron, Anita Cutic, Mihaela Ilovan, Olga Ivanova, Ruth Knechtel, Andrew MacDonald, Brent Nelson, Stan Ruecker, Stefan Sinclair and members of the INKE Research Group. “An Experiment in Hybrid Open-Access Online Scholarly Publishing: Regenerations.”  Scholarly and Research Communications 7.2 (2016).

Chen, Ning, J. Stephen Downie, Hai-dong Xiao, Yu Zhu. “Cochlear Pitch Class Profile for Cover Song Identification.” Applied Acoustics 99 (December 2015) 92-96.

Christy, Matthew, Anshul Gupta, Elizabeth Grumbach, Richard Furuta, Ricardo Guitierrez- Osuna, Laura Mandell. “Mass Digitization of Early Modern Texts with Optical Character Recognition.”  Journal of Computing and Cultural Heritage.  Forthcoming, 2017.

Downie, Stephen J., et al. “The HathiTrust Research Center: Exploring the Full-Text Frontier.” Educause Review 51.3 (May 2016) 50-51.

Erlin, Matt. “Digital Humanities Masterplots.” Digital Literary Studies 1.1 (2016) 1-14.

Erlin, Matt. “From the Philosophical to the Epistemic Novel?” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics. Forthcoming, 2017.

Gee, Domini, Man-Wai Chu, Simeon Blimke, Geoffrey Rockwell, Sean Gouglas, David Holmes and Shannon Lucky. “Assessing Serious Games: The GRAND Assessment Framework.”  Digital Studies / Le champ numérique (2014).

Goldstone, Andrew and Ted Underwood. “The Quiet Transformations of Literary Study: What Thirteen Thousand Scholars Could Tell Us.” New Literary History 45.3 (Summer 2014) 359-84.

Grumbach, Elizabeth and Laura Mandell. “Meeting Scholars Where They Are: The Advanced Research Consortium (ARC) and a Social Humanities Infrastructure.” Scholarly Research and Communication 5.4 (2014) .

Hu, Xiao, Jin Ha Lee, David Bainbridge, Kahyun Choi, Peter Organisciak and J. Stephen Downie. “The MIREX Grand Challenge: a framework of holistic user experience evaluation in music information retrieval. ” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68.1 (January 2017) 97-112.

Hu, Xiao, Kahyun Choi and J. Stephen Downie. “A Framework for Evaluating Multimodal Music Mood Classification.” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 68.2 (January 2016) 273-285.

Jett, Jacob, Timothy Cole, Christopher Maden, and J. Stephen Downie. “The HathiTrust Research Center Workset Ontology: A Descriptive Framework for Non-Consumptive Research Collections.”  Journal of Open Humanities Data 2.  (March 2016).

Jockers, Matthew L. “Computing Ireland’s Place in the 19th Century Novel: A Macroanalysis.” Breac: A Digital Journal of Irish Studies (October 2015).

Jockers, Matthew L. “The Ancient World in 19th-Century Fiction; or, Correlating Theme, Geography, and Sentiment in the 19th Century Literary Imagination.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 10.2 (2016).

Jockers, Matthew L. and Gabi Kirilloff. “Understanding Gender and Character Agency in the 19th Century Novel.” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics (December 2016).

Mandell, Laura and Elizabeth Grumbach. “The Business of Digital Humanities: Capitalism and Enlightenment.” Scholarly and Research Communication 6.4 (2015) .

Mandell, Laura, Clemens Neudecker, Apostolos Antonacoupolos, Elizabeth Grumbach, Matthew Christy, Loretta Auvil, Jacob Heil, Todd Samuelson.  “Navigating the Storm: IMPACT, eMOP, and Agile Steering Standards.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities [formerly Literary and Linguistic Computing] 31.1 (April 2017).

Mandell, Laura. “Gender and Cultural Analytics: Finding or Making Stereotypes?” Debates in Digital Humanities (Univ. of Minnesota Press). Forthcoming, 2017.

Piper, Andrew and Chad Wellmon. “Publication, Power and Patronage: On Inequality and Academic Publishing.” Critical Inquiry. Forthcoming, 2017.

Piper, Andrew and Eva Portelance. “How Cultural Capital Works: Prizewinning Novels, Bestsellers, and the Time of Reading.” Post-45 (May 2016).

Piper, Andrew. “Fictionality.” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics (December 2016).

Piper, Andrew. “Novel Devotions: Conversional Reading, Computational Modeling, and the Modern Novel.” New Literary History 46.1 (Winter 2015) 63-98.

Posthumus, Stephanie and Stéfan Sinclair. “Reading environment(s): digital humanities meets ecocriticism.”  Green Letters: Studies in Ecocriticism 18.3 (November 2014) 254-273.

Rockwell, Geoffrey, Shawn Day, Joyce Yu and Maureen Engel. “Burying Dead Projects: Depositing the Globalization Compendium.” Digital Humanities Quarterly 8.2 (2014).

Simpson, J., Geoffrey Rockwell, Amy Dyrbye and Ryan Chartier. “The Rise and Fall Tool-Related Topics in CHum.” Digital Studies / Le champ numérique (2014).

Sinatra, Michael and Stéfan Sinclair. “Repenser le numérique au 21ème siècle.”  Sens Public  (February 2015).

Sondheim, D., Geoffrey Rockwell, Stan Ruecker, Mihael Ilovan, Luciano Frizzera, Jennifer Windsor and INKE Research Group. “Scholarly Editions in print and on the screen: A theoretical comparison.”  Digital Studies/Champ Numérique Vol. 6, Beyond Accessibility: Textual Studies in the 21st Century. (2015).

Underwood, Ted and the NovelTM Research Group. “Genre Theory and Historicism.”  CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics (October 2016).

Underwood, Ted. “The Life Cycles of Genres.” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics (May 2016).

Underwood, Ted. “The Literary Uses of High-Dimensional Space.” Assumptions of Sociality: A Colloquium of Social and Cultural Scientists, a special issue of Big Data and Society.  Ed. John Mohr, Ronald Breiger and Robin Wagner-Pacifici (December 2015).

Wilkens, Matthew and Elizabeth Evans.  “Ethnic and National Identity in Literary London, 1800-2000.” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics. Forthcoming, 2017.

Wilkens, Matthew. “Digital Humanities and Its Application in the Study of Literature and Culture.” Empirical and Systemic Approaches to the Study of Literature and Culture,  a special issue of Comparative Literature 67.1. Ed. Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek (March 2015) 11–20.

Wilkens, Matthew. “Genre, Computation, and the Varieties of Twentieth-Century U.S. Fiction.” CA: Journal of Cultural Analytics (November 2016).

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles (Subscription)

English, James F. and Ted Underwood. “Shifting Scales: Between Literature and Social Science,” introduction to a special issue co-edited by English and Underwood.  Modern Language Quarterly 77.3 (2016) 277-95.

Mandell, Laura. Review Essay on William Blake and the Digital Humanities and Social, Digital, Scholarly Editing Conference. Studies in Romanticism 53.1 (Spring 2014) 133-44.

Rockwell, Geoffrey and Keiji Amano. “Pachinko: A game studies perspective.” Kinephanos: Journal of media studies and popular culture. Vol. 5. (December 2015) 161-174.

Underwood, Ted and Jordan Sellers. “The Longue Durée of Literary Prestige.” Modern Language Quarterly 77.3 (2016) 321-44.

Underwood, Ted. “Theorizing Research Practices We Forgot to Theorize Twenty Years Ago.” Representations 127 (2014) 64-72.

Wilkens, Matthew, Bryan Santin and Daniel Murphy. “Is or Are: The ‘United States’ in Nineteenth-Century Print Culture” (cover article). American Quarterly 68.1 (2016) 101–124.