BIBLIOGRAPHY

Please Note: This is a very selective list of loosely ordered print and digital publications. It is not intended to be an exhaustive bibliography. Perhaps interested NEWSA participants might consider expanding it via a shared Google Doc or Zotero group library.

 

Southern Africa/Africa

 

Keith Breckenridge, “The Politics of the Parallel Archive: Digital Imperialism and the Future of Record-Keeping in the Age of Digital Reproduction,” Journal of Southern African Studies 40, 3 (2014): 499–519 [link]

David Robinson, “Muslim Societies in West Africa: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives in Digital Form,” Islamic Africa 5, 1 (2014): 103-121[link]

Catherine Foley “Developing Materials for a Digital Library Gallery,” Islamic Africa 5, 1 (2014): 83-90 [link]

Peter Limb, “Islamic Africa: A Select, Annotated Webography,” Islamic Africa 5, 1 (2014): 91-102 [link]

Terry Barringer and Marion Wallace, eds., African Studies in the Digital Age: DisConnects? (Brill, 2014)

Peter Alegi, “Podcasting the Past: Africa Past and Present and (South) African History in the Digital Age,” South African Historical Journal 64, 2 (2012): 206-220 [link]

Premesh Lalu, “The Virtual Stampede for Africa: Digitization, Postcoloniality and Archives of the Liberation Struggle in Southern Africa,” Innovation 34 (2007): 28-44 [pdf]

Peter Limb, “The Politics of Digital ‘Reform and Revolution’: Towards Mainstreaming and African Control of African digitization,” Innovation 34 (2007): 18-27 [pdf]

Dean Rehberger, “DH Awards and African Visibility,” HistoryHacks, January 31, 2014 [link]

Graham Dominy, “Archives and the ‘Clouds': Legacy, Accountability and Structure,” Archival Platform, October 25, 2013 [link]

Peter Limb, “The Digitization of Africa,” Africa Today 52, 2 (2005): 3-19 [pdf]

 

General (mainly extra-African)

 

Lyell Davies and Elena Razlogova, “Framing the Contested History of Digital Culture,” Radical History Review 117 (Fall 2013): 5-31 [pdf]

T. Mills Kelly, “Introduction,” Teaching History in the Digital Age (2013) http://www.digitalculture.org/books/teaching-history-in-the-digital-age/

Alex Reid, “What is academic (digital) discourse?”  digital digs: an archeology of the future, October 31, 2013

Toni Weller, “Introduction: History in the Digital Age,” History in the Digital Age (2013)1-19 [pdf]

Sherman Dorn, “Is (Digital) History More Than an Argument about the Past?” in Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki, eds., Writing History in the Digital Age. University of Michigan Press. Trinity College (CT) web-book edition, Spring 2012, http://writinghistory.trincoll.edu/revisioning/dorn-2012-spring/

Jack Dougherty, Kristen Nawrotzki, Charlotte Rochez, and Timothy Burke, “Conclusions: What We Learned from Writing History in the Digital Age,” [Spring 2012] in Jack Dougherty and Kristen Nawrotzki, eds. Writing History in the Digital Age. University of Michigan Press. Trinity College (CT) web-book edition, Spring 2012, http://writinghistory.trincoll.edu/conclusions-2012-spring/

Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt, eds., Hacking the Academy (2012)

T. Mills Kelly, “Making Digital Scholarship Count,” EdWired, June 13-27, 2008, [link 1 / link 2 / link 3]

Ryan Cordell, “Creating and Maintaining a Professional Presence Online: A Roundup and Reflection,” ProfHacker, October 3, 2012,

Christopher Davidson, “The rules of Twitter engagement,” Times Higher Education, October 2, 2014

“The Promise of Digital History”, featuring Daniel J. Cohen, Michael Frisch, Patrick Gallagher, Steven Mintz, Kirsten Sword, Amy Murrell Taylor, William G. Thomas III, William J. Turkel, Journal of American History 95, 2 (Sept. 2008)

Dan Cohen and Roy Rosenzweig, “Promises and Perils of Digital History,” in Digital History: A Guide to Gathering, Preserving, and Presenting the Past on the Web (2005), http://chnm.gmu.edu/digitalhistory/introduction/

 

Podcasts, Guides, and Reports

 

“New Media and Southern African Studies,” Africa Past and Present, Episode 17 (Nov. 19, 2008) http://afripod.aodl.org/2008/11/africa-past-and-present-episode-17/

“The Atlantic Slave Data Network,” Africa Past and Present, Episode 60 (Feb. 12, 2012) http://afripod.aodl.org/2012/02/afripod-60/

“Biographies and Databases of Atlantic Slaves, Part 1,” Africa Past and Present, Episode 79 (Jan. 20, 2014) http://afripod.aodl.org/2014/01/afripod-79/

“Biographies and Databases of Atlantic Slaves, Part 2,” Africa Past and Present, Episode 80 (Feb. 25, 2014) http://afripod.aodl.org/2014/02/afripod-80/

Resources for Getting Started in Digital History (2014) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jSRjSVeohUzFX9u2gaaQphKDLRE_GrfqISri_UAroaM/mobilebasic

Roger C. Schonfeld and Jennifer Rutner (2012). Supporting the Changing Research Practices of Historians. http://www.sr.ithaka.org/research-publications/supporting-changing-research-practices-historians [Full text PDF here]

South African History Archive, “Audiovisual Audit Report 2010: The South African Liberation Struggle” (Johannesburg: SAHA, 2010) [pdf]

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