We are tremendously thrilled to announce that our edited volume, What We Teach When We Teach DH: Digital Humanities in the Classroom, has just been released in glorious print by the University of Minnesota Press. It’s the newest member of the Debates in the Digital Humanities series, which is edited by Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein, and is now available at all the finest establishments.
This volume got its start at the banquet of the 2017 Digital Humanities Conference, where Brian asked Diane if she would like to work on a pedagogy-focused volume for the Debates series. Diane, having just not yet recovered from chairing the conference, was too delirious to say no.
Over the next twelve months, we worked on a proposal for Matt and Lauren and prepared two related panels for the 2019 MLA Convention. The call for papers launched in January 2019. We received around 100 proposals, far more than could have ever fit in the book. The authors we invited to write full essays delivered their first versions late in 2019; we conducted an internal peer-to-peer review during the summer of 2020 using the second version of each chapter; and then authors continued revising, producing a third version in 2021, when the book was sent out for peer review. Revisions were of course made in response to the review, and the manuscript was accepted for publication in March 2022. Throughout the rest of the year, we worked with the editorial team at Minnesota to put the book into the proper style, and in the first half of 2023, the manuscript went through both copy editing and proofing. So, six years and four months after the initial idea, we are finally finished! That is, by the way, longer than either of us took to complete our PhD programs.[Read more…] about What We Teach When We Teach DH is Published!