Documenting Digital Humanities Research (CFP for a proposed Special Session at MLA 2017)
Lab notebooks, changelogs, blog posts, Github commits, work journals and more: this session investigates strategies, methods, and best practices for documenting the process of digital humanities research. Such documentation can contribute to project sustainability, data management plans, reproducible results, digital pedagogy, and self-reflective research. How might the digital humanities incorporate research on research? How do you learn, model, teach, and practice digital humanities research methods?
250-word abstracts and 1 page cv by 14 March; Natalie_Houston@uml.edu