Scholarly Infrastructure as Critical Argument: Nine principles in a preliminary survey of the bibliographic and critical values expressed by scholarly web-portals for visualizing data

作者:Jo Guldi, Southern Methodist University

转载来源:Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2020:14.3,http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/14/3/000463/000463.html

基础设施建设代表什么价值?本文首先将围绕基础设施的学术实践置于21世纪生活和基础设施的学术和学习的更广泛的转变中,将“学术”基础设施与其他类型的基础设施区分开来,这些基础设施旨在共享信息,但缺乏学术参与分析。本文将学者们在明确一系列理论问题、数据和分析方面的作用与欧洲歌剧黄金时代歌剧院建筑师的作用进行比较,后者构建、启发和限制了未来可能的艺术创作。接下来,本文试图挖掘一组隐含的价值,同时也为以下可能性留出了空间:这里提出的价值清单只是不完整的,价值清单本身是潜在辩论、批评或异议的主题,其中一些可能采取与这里所列出的模式不同的构建基础设施的形式。

作者简介:

Jo Guldi 

Jo Guldi is an Associate Professor of History at Southern Methodist University. Born in Dallas, Texas, She received her AB from Harvard University, and then studied at Trinity College, Cambridge before completing her PhD in History at the University of California, Berkeley, after which she continued on to postdocs at the University of Chicago and the Harvard Society of Fellows. She was also previously Hans Rothfels Assistant Professor of History at Brown.