OpenMethods introduction to: One Finch, Two Finch, Red Finch, Blue Finch: Measuring Concentration and Diversity in the Humanities
Introduction: This post outlines the DH practices and methodologies in the academic world.
Introduction by OpenMethods Editor (Delphine Montoliu): This post outlines the DH practices and methodologies in the academic world.
In “Publication, Power, and Patronage: On Inequality and Academic Publishing,” Chad Wellmon and Andrew Piper motivate their study in a laudable spirit: they seek to expose and root out elitism in the name of a more egalitarian and truly meritocratic academy. That the study at the same time makes a claim for more studies of its kind— “What we need in our view is not less quantification but more” (“P”)—seems justifiable based on the results it found. We find, then, an argument for the continued practice of the digital humanities (DH).
Original publication date: 24/07/2017.
Source: One Finch, Two Finch, Red Finch, Blue Finch: Measuring Concentration and Diversity in the Humanities, A Response to Wellmon and Piper | In the Moment