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Ben Allen

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Breaking Views of Falling Light: Vitreous Detachment and Free Fall
By the Light of Our Wounds: Inkblood
Changing Landscape
Civil War Washington, the Walt Whitman Archive, and Some Present Editorial Challenges and Future Possibilities
Conclusion
Conference Participants
Crisis or Expanding Agenda? 1968-1974
Digital Humanities 2.0: A Report on Knowledge
Discussion of Patel, Sheingorn, and Smail Papers
Discussion of Poovey and Presner Papers
Discussion of Smail and Herlinghaus Papers
Effects of Online Access on Institutional Subscriptions
Erasing Inscription, Inscripting Erasure: Palimpsest
European Elephants in the Room (are they the ones with the bigger or smaller ears?)
EVIA, Sustainability, and Mission-Creep
Executive Summary
Facsimile of undated early manuscript fragment of "The Sphinx"
Factors in Providing Fee-Free Images for Scholarly Publication
Financial Analyses
Foreword
From Transatlantic Histories of “Intoxication” to a Hemispheric “War on Affect”: Paradoxes Unbound
Give us editors! Re-inventing the edition and re-thinking the humanities
Homer Multitext project
Homer Multitext project—a response
HyperCities: A Case Study for the Future of Scholarly Publishing
Integrating Digital Papyrology
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction
Introduction by I. J. Good
Introduction: Living with the Living: Entering and Exiting the Text, by Way of Night Traces
Introduction: The Birth of American Artist Printmaking
Jack: The Good Zoroastrian, by Nozer D. Singpurwalla
Knowledge for Governance: Social Science Perspectives on Science Policy through 1940
LE PETIT JOURNAL DES REFUSÉES
Making the Cognitive Turn in Art History: A Case Study
Museum Licensing Fees: Practice and Rationale
Music, Biological Evolution, and the Brain
Negotiating the Cultural Turn As Universities Adopt a Corporate Model in an Economic Downturn
Non-Consuming Relevance: “The Grub Street Project”
Notes on the Text and Transcription
Number One
On the Possibilities for a Deep History of Humankind
Oneiric Coils: Serpent’s Dream and Pistis Sophia
Online Hosting Issues and Options
OUR CLUBBING LIST—refused by THE COMPLETE ALPHABET OF FREAKS
Participant Biographies
Perpetual Stewardship: Comments on Penelope Kaiserlian’s Paper on the Rotunda Press
My Account
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