Publications: Article

  1. An "Architecture of Contradictions": Continuation and the Late Meta-Poetry of Louis Dudek

    2021-05-18 23:07:47 | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen, Graham Jensen | doi:10.80230/HSS-CNG9-ZB69

    While Louis Dudek celebrated and promoted Canadian poetry through teaching, public lectures, personal letters, active involvement in the publication of other poets' work, and the publication of an incessant fusillade of his own poems, epigrams, essays, and newspaper articles, few critics...

  2. Ursula K. Le Guin’s The Dispossessed and the Künstlerroman Tradition

    2021-04-29 04:55:05 | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen | doi:10.80230/HSS-VJ6J-3R88

    This essay argues that Le Guin radically reimagined the Künstlerroman (“artist’s novel”) through its intervention in contemporary debates about art and science. Leveraging the revolutionary, utopian potential linked to the figure of the Romantic artist but...

  3. Making Sense of Play in Video Games: Ludus, Paidia, and Possibility Spaces

    2021-04-06 19:12:37 | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen | doi:10.80230/HSS-CDF6-XY04

    This article synthesizes the work of video game theorists such as Gonzalo Frasca (2003), Katie Salen and Eric Zimmerman (2003), Ian Bogost (2008), and Steven E. Jones (2008) in order to build on academic and interdisciplinary discussions of play and its effect on PC- or console-based video...

  4. Towards the “Infinite Poem” Reality and the Imagination in the 1950s and 1960s Meta-Poetry of Louis Dudek

    2021-04-06 18:22:44 | Contributor(s): Graham Jensen | doi:10.80230/HSS-3P97-DR80

    This essay seeks to elucidate the tensions between the necessarily provisional categories of "reality" and "the imagination" in the Canadian poet-critic Louis Dudek's writings of the 1950s and 1960s in general, and in his self-reflexive and increasingly...

  5. Where Lie the Similarities and Differences?: A Comparison of University and Industry Partners in Collaboration

    2021-03-30 20:50:59 | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens, INKE Research Group | doi:10.80230/HSS-8KN1-AE65

    University–industry partnerships are common on the science side of campus where ways to work together are well understood. This is less so in the humanities even as these types of collaborations are being funded by granting agencies and governments. For these partnerships to build a...

  6. Towards Open Annotation: Examples and Experiments

    2021-03-30 20:49:46 | Contributor(s): Lindsey Seatter | doi:10.80230/HSS-HKSE-P126

    This article interrogates how digital text annotation tools and projects facilitate online engagement and virtual communities of practice. With the rise of the Web 2.0 movement and the proliferation of digital resources, annotation has evolved from an isolated practice to a collaborative one....

  7. Understanding the Social Edition Through Iterative Implementation: The Case of the Devonshire MS (BL Add MS 17492)

    2021-03-30 20:48:38 | Contributor(s): Constance Crompton, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens | doi:10.80230/HSS-E6A7-CE32

    This article reports on the ongoing social edition-building process. Using the social edition of the Devonshire Manuscript as a case study, the authors assess the scholarly potential of editing in public with contributions and feedback from the existing knowledge...

  8. Toward modeling the social edition: An approach to understanding the electronic scholarly edition in the context of new and emerging social media*

    2021-03-30 20:47:33 | Contributor(s): Ray Siemens, Megan Timney, Cara Leitch, Corina Koolen, Alex Garnett | doi:10.80230/HSS-1MKR-FJ44

    This article explores building blocks in extant and emerging social media toward the possibilities they offer to the scholarly edition in electronic form, positing that we are witnessing the nascent stages of a new ‘social’ edition existing at the intersection of social media and...

  9. Social Media Engine: Extending our Methodology into other Objects of Scholarship

    2021-03-30 20:44:43 | Contributor(s): Luis Meneses, Alyssa Arbuckle, Hector Lopez, Belaid Moa, Ray Siemens, Richard Furuta | doi:10.80230/HSS-7YRY-BN58

    In this paper we describe our efforts towards building a framework that extends the functionality of an Open Access Repository by implementing processes that integrate the ongoing trends in social media into the context of a digital collection—while taking into account the potential of...

  10. Social Knowledge Creation: Three Annotated Bibliographies

    2021-03-30 20:43:32 | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Belojevic Nina, Matthew Hiebert, Ray Siemens, Shaun Wong, Derek Siemens, Alex Christie, Jon Saklofske, Jentery Sayers | doi:10.80230/HSS-F9RZ-N395

    In 2012-2013 a team led by Ray Siemens at the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL), University of Victoria, in collaboration with Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE), developed three annotated bibliographies under the rubric of social knowledge creation. The items for the...

  11. Social Knowledge Creation In Action: Activities in The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab

    2021-03-30 20:42:04 | Contributor(s): Randa El Khatib, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens | doi:10.80230/HSS-4PHD-WX31

    Digital environments now serve as the primary network for academic and non-academic modes of communication, research practices, and knowledge dissemination. This shift has resulted in greater ease of pursuing collaborative modes of engagement. Social knowledge creation, citizen scholarship,...

  12. Selected Information Management Resources for Implementing New Knowledge Environments: An Annotated Bibliography

    2021-03-30 20:39:26 | Contributor(s): Alex Garnett, Ray Siemens, Cara Leitch, Julie Melone | doi:10.80230/HSS-EZAD-EZ16

    This annotated bibliography reviews scholarly work in the area of building and analyzing digital document collections with the aim of establishing a baseline of knowledge for work in the field of digital humanities. The bibliography is organized around three main topics: data...

  13. Open+: Versioning Open Social Scholarship

    2021-03-30 18:38:16 | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle | doi:10.80230/HSS-P9XJ-QE57

    Advocates of the Open Access (OA) movement have been fighting for free and unfettered access to research output since the early 1990s. Open access is a crucial element of a fair, efficient scholarly communication system where all are able to find, interpret, and use the results of...

  14. Open Scholarship in Australia: A Review of Needs, Barriers, and Opportunities*

    2021-03-30 18:35:54 | Contributor(s): Arthur Paul Longley, Lydia Hearn, Lucy Montgomery, Hugh Craig, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens | doi:10.80230/HSS-C5MG-B131

    Open scholarship encompasses open access, open data, open source software, open educational resources, and all other forms of openness in the scholarly and research environment, using digital or computational techniques, or both. It can change how knowledge is created, preserved, and shared,...

  15. Open Scholarship in Australia: A Review of Needs, Barriers, and Opportunities

    2021-03-30 18:33:11 | Contributor(s): Paul Arthur, Lydia Hearn, Lucy Montgomery, Hugh Craig, Alyssa Arbuckle, Ray Siemens | doi:10.80230/HSS-86K9-H108

    Open scholarship encompasses open access, open data, open source software, open educational resources, and all other forms of openness in the scholarly and research environment, using digital or computational techniques, or both. It can change how knowledge is created, preserved, and shared,...

  16. Open Scholarship in Action

    2021-03-30 18:31:46 | Contributor(s): Randa El Khatib, Alyssa Arbuckle, Caroline Winter, Ray Siemens, ETCL Research Group | doi:10.80230/HSS-ET42-EY15

    Open social scholarship highlights outreach and partnerships by emphasizing community-driven initiatives in an attempt to bridge the gap between the practices of the university and the goals of the community. Over the last few years, the Electronic Textual Cultures Lab at the University of...

  17. Modelling Open Social Scholarship Within the INKE Community

    2021-03-30 18:30:46 | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, John Maxwell | doi:10.80230/HSS-A94J-5502

    Given the current state of digital technology, there is a clear opportunity to revamp scholarly communication into a multi-faceted, open system that integrates and takes advantage of the near-ubiquitous global network. In doing so, the values of collaboration, sharing, and transparency...

  18. Joining Voices: University – Industry Partnerships in the Humanities

    2021-03-30 18:29:22 | Contributor(s): Lynne Siemens, INKE Research Group | doi:10.80230/HSS-369N-JJ63

    University-industry partnerships are common in the Sciences, but less so in the Humanities. As a result, there is little understanding of how they work in the Humanities. Using the Implementing New Knowledge Environments: Networked Open Social Scholarship (INKE:NOSS) initiative as a case...

  19. Introduction: Open Scholarship in the 21st Century

    2021-03-30 18:28:28 | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Rachel Hendery, Luis Menses, Ray Siemens | doi:10.80230/HSS-P0KF-TM53

    The concept and practice of open scholarship are gaining prominence in local, national, and international contexts. Although distinct from the Open Access movement, open scholarship activities build on a foundation of access to research output. As Kathleen Fitzpatrick argues, “[e]nabling...

  20. Introduction, Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship

    2021-03-30 18:26:17 | Contributor(s): Alyssa Arbuckle, Luis Meneses, Ray Siemens | doi:10.80230/HSS-P7Y0-MW11

    On January 10–11 2018 the Implementing New Knowledge Environments (INKE) Partnership held Beyond Open: Implementing Social Scholarship, a gathering that brought ~60 researchers, students, librarians, and academic-aligned groups together on the topics of scholarly communication, open...