THE CANADIAN COMMITTEE
 FOR HISTORY AND COMPUTING

  HISTORY AND COMPUTING BIBLIOGRAPHY 

Ayers, Edward. “The Academic Culture and the IT Culture: Their Effect on Teaching and Scholarship.” In EDUCAUSE review. 39(6): 48-62. November/December 2004. 

     Available on-line at: http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erm0462.pdf [January 29, 2005] 

     and 

     http://www.educause.edu/apps/er/erm04/erm0462.asp [January 29, 2005]   

Ayers, Edward. “Technological Revolutions I have known.” In Computing in the Social Sciences and Humanities. (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2001.): 19-28. 

Ayers, Edward L. and Charles M. Grisham. “Why IT has not paid off as we hoped (yet).” In EDUCAUSE review. November / December 2003. pp. 40-51. 

      Available on-line at: http://www.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/erm0361.pdf [January 29, 2005] 

      and 

      http://www.educause.edu/apps/er/erm03/erm0361.asp [January 29, 2005] 

Bass, Randy and Roy Rosenzweig. “Rewiring History and Social Studies Classroom: Needs, Frameworks, Dangers and Proposals.” In Computing in the Social Sciences and Humanities. (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2001.): 29-50. 

Burton, Oliver Vernon. “Introduction: The Renaissance.” In Computing in the Social Sciences and Humanities. (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2001.): 1-18. 

Dennis, Brian, Smith, Carl, and Jonathan Smith. “Using Technology, Making History: A Collaborative Experiment and Interdisciplinary Scholarship.” In Rethinking History. 8 (2): 303-317. June 2004. 

Fogel, Robert and Geoffrey Elton. Which Road to the past?: Two Views of History. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983. Pp. 5-70. 

Gaffield, Chad. “Machines and Minds: Historians and the Emerging Collaboration.” In Histoire sociale / Social History 21 (42): 312-317. November 1988.

Gallagher, Edward. “Pompous Prolegomenon to a Serious Program.” In Rethinking History. 8 (2): 341-342. June 2004. 

Howard, Alan. “American Studies and the New Technologies: New Paradigms for Teaching and Learning.” In Rethinking History. 8 (2): 277-291. June 2004. 

Igartua, José. “Computers and Historians: Past, Present and Future.” In Computers and the Humanities. 347-350. 1997. 

Michael Lesk. “Trip Report – Computing and the Humanities.” At Transforming Disciplines: Computer Science and the Humanities. Conference Website. 

Available on-line at: http://carnegie.rice.edu/summary.cfm [October 14, 2003] 

Lutz, John. “Riding the Horseless Carriage to the Computer Revolution: Teaching History in the Twenty-First Century.” L’histoire sociale/Social History. 34 (68): 427-436. November 2001. 

Plotkin, Wendy. “Electronic Texts in the Historical Profession: Perspectives from Across the Spectrum.” In Computing in the Social Sciences and Humanities. (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2001.): 87-123. 

Rozenzweig, Roy and Michael O’Malley. “Brave New World or Blind Alley: American History on the World Wide Web.” In Wayfarer CD: Charting Advances in Social Science and Humanities Computing -- Section: “New Directions for Research” In Computing in the Social Sciences and Humanities. (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2001.)

Spaeth, Donald. “Research and Representation: The M. Phil in History and Computing.” In Computers and the Humanities 37: 119-127. 2003. 

Spaeth, Donald and Sonja Cameron. “Computers and Resource-Based History Teaching: A UK Perspective.” In Computers and the Humanities. 34: 325-343. 2000. 

Thomas, William G. III. “Blazing Trails Toward Digital History Scholarship.” In L’histoire sociale/Social History. 34 (68): 415-426. 2001.

Unsworth, John. “Tool-Time, or ‘Haven’t WE Been Here Already?’.” At Transforming Disciplines: Computer Science and the Humanities. Conference Website.

Available on-line at:

http://carnegie.rice.edu/ppt-unsworth.cfm [October 14, 2003] 
 
 

Websites: 

American Social History Project et. al.  History Matters 

     Available on-line at: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/ (February 3, 2005) 

CHNM. Center for History and New Media Website (CHNM) 

     Available on-line at: 

     http://chnm.gmu.edu/resources/index.php [February 3, 2005] 

     and CHNM Publication Page:

     Available on-line at: http://chnm.gmu.edu/assets/historyessays/essaystoc.html [February 3, 2005] 

     and CHNM Guide to History on the Web

     Available on-line at: http://chnm.gmu.edu/assets/historyweb/historyweb.php {February 9, 2005] 
 

Institute of Historical Research. Examining the impact of digitization upon scholarship in the humanities. 7 July 2003. Institute of Historical Research Conference Proceedings. 

     Available on-line at: 

     http://www.history.ac.uk/conferences/digitisation2003/index.html [January 22, 2005]. 
 


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