Citations

This page includes citations of all images and articles referenced on this blog post. The posts in which references are featured are linked in italics.

General

Header Image adapted from “Peonies” by Tami Seymour

Citations: HIST 298 (Spring 2018)

Boardman, Kay. “The Ideology of Domesticity: The Regulation of the Household Economy in Victorian Women’s Magazines.” Victorian Periodicals Review 33, no. 2 (2000): 150-150-64. http://www.jstor.org/stable/20083724 

Davidoff, Leonore, and Catherine Hall. Family Fortunes: Men and Women of the English Middle-Class 1780-1850. 1987.

Ellis, Sarah Stickney. The Women of England: Their Social Duties, and Domestic Habits. London: Fisher, Son & Co. 1839.

Gordon, Eleanor, and Gwyneth Nair. Public Lives: Women, Family, and Society in Victorian Britain. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2003.

 

History in Three Keys by Paul Cohen (297 Prompt 2: Cohen’s Main Points)  and (297 Prompt 3: History as Myth)

Cohen, Paul A.. History in Three Keys: the Boxers as Event, Experience, and Myth. New York : Columbia University Press, 1997.

Memorial Card (Introduction + 297 Images)

Kotami. “Memorial Card.” Digital image. August 17, 2010. Accessed September 7, 2017. https://www.flickr.com/photos/kotomi-jewelry/4903053804/in/photolist-8tgr5q-84G7Jm-9Vt7Hc-QZi6w-oR2csH-aA8vz4-93Zane-nqkVXk-QzRL71-6SEqja-WnS3uU-51osQv-bLvWsP-7JqHpx-pZuFso-nhqcNY-bD4132-6tje75-88n5Yx-pASRTB-h3HkCv-4DqtYb-4Lm3G8-cuxu5b-cb9aCN-ag6xGC-VKgBpL-tMSgZE-6SEqnk-cYP6aE-dGRw6Q-8xCvgK-bBVBRv-VKgC7Y-bj3CXB-e1Ao1Z-eUyPt6-4DZEuF-9mzxxN-9mzC5J-6SJsHm-hjeUsu-62hkjD-t6AGB7-opBpRq-6FsQaq-pk9vYm-74XWdL-nsQ6ZL-fJcge1

Phrasikleia Kore Funerary Monument (Introduction + 297 Images)

Metivier, Pierre. “Phrasikleia.” Digital image. May 4, 2006. Accessed September 8, 2017. Flickr Commons. https://www.flickr.com/photos/feuilllu/157813682/in/photolist-7dLZr8-a2NsR5-a2P2gS-a2P2Kd-a2MnqT-a2L9En-a2L9gF-a2QkEq-eWQvy-a2Mq1k-a2Mkgx-a3aXvS-a3867t-a386JV-6cHUP9-a2LbV2-a2LdzB-bwUy2d-6cDN1i-a2Lcq4-a2LcXp-a2LaXD-a2P3Dy-KYDPmW

The Portland Vase (Introduction + 297 Images)

Sani, Egisto. “The Portland Vase.” Digital image. July 4, 2012. Accessed September 7, 2017 https://www.flickr.com/photos/69716881@N02/8147809396/in/photolist-aMqMYM-7vwrCR-4fAjzA-ouHiZg-ow21yb-owe81X-dpZDSm-6uwCMw-8WqLR8-owaRDa-ou8wS9-oeFYP6

Scythe and the City (297 Prompt 6: Literature Review Update)

Henriot, Christian. Scythe and the City: A Social History of Death in Shanghai. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2016. http://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=25835

Citations: DGST 101, All Digital Projects (Fall 2018)

DGST 101: Methodology, Culture, and Creativity Modules

Austin, Christine. “21 Best Examples of Effective Mobile Website Design [+Video] Impact. Accessed October 22, 2018.

Buzzfeed. Accessed October 22, 2018.

“Experience. Engage. Empower.” AJ Plus. Accessed October 22, 2018.

Ferne, Tristan. “Beyond 800 words – part 1: new digital story formats for news” BBC News Labs. Accessed October 22, 2018.

Kesa, Ingrid. “Travel Back in Time to the Best and Weirdest GeoCities Sites.” Vice Creators. Accessed October 22, 2018.

Leist, Rachel. “19 of the Best Examples of Mobile Website Design.” Hubspot. Accessed October 22, 2018.

Now This News. Accessed October 22, 2018.

Sentance, Rebecca. “Why is mobile web UX still so poor and what can we do about it?” User Zoom UK. Accessed October 22, 2018.

“What Is Digital Journalism – and Why Does It Matter?” Student World Online. Accessed October 22, 2018. 

DGST 101: Digital Media in the Classroom

Brown, Patricia. “Classrooms Without Walls: Using Digital Media to Connect Inside and Outside of the Classroom.” EdSurge. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

Cox, Janelle. “Technology in the Classroom: Reasons to use Social Media.” Teach Hub. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

Emspak, Jesse. “What Is Augmented Reality?” Live Science. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

“Five Ways to Use Technology and Digital Media for Global Learning.” Center for Global Education. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

Heick, Terry. “4 Tips For Transitioning Your Classroom To Digital Media.” Teachthought. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

“How Can Teacher Use Digital Media to Improve Teaching And Learning?” Professional Learning Board. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

Lynch, Matthew. “22 Ways To Use Social Media in Your Classroom.” The Edvocate. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

Shaw, Alan. “How to Create an Augmented Reality Aura.” Strategic Planet. (Accessed November 6, 2018).

Citations: HIST 427 – History of the Information Age (Spring 2019)

Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States. “Rates of Travel from New York City, 1800.” http://dsl.richmond.edu/historicalatlas/138/a/

Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States. “Rates of Travel from New York City, 1857.” http://dsl.richmond.edu/historicalatlas/138/c/

Brown, Richard. History of the Book and the Digital World

Chandler, Alfred D., and James W. Cortada. Nation Transformed by Information: How Information Has Shaped the United States from Colonial Times to the Present. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000. http://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/umw/detail.action?docID=270883

Downey, Gregory J. Technology and Communication in American History. American Historical Association, 2011.

“Eniac Programmers Project.” First Byte Productions.(Accessed January 20, 2019).

Evans, Claire L. Broad Bands: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet. Portfolio, 2018.

Frahm, Jill. “The Hello Girls: Women Telephone Operators with the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I.” The Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era 3, no. 3 (2004): 271-93. http://www.jstor.org/stable/25144374

Gabel, David. “Competition in a Network Industry: The Telephone Industry, 1894-1910.” The Journal of Economic History 54, no. 3 (1994): 543-72. http://www.jstor.org/stable/2123868

Halsey, Francis Whiting. “The Beginnings of Daily Journalism in New York.” Proceedings of the New York State Historical Association 17 (1919): 87-99. http://www.jstor.org/stable/42890074

Kim, Meeri. “70 Years Ago, Six Philly Women Became the World’s First Digital Computer Programmers.” Philly Voice. (Accessed January 20, 2019).

Twin Peaks. “The Return, Part 8.” Directed by David Lynch. Written by David Lynch and Mark Frost. Showtime, June 25, 2017.

Winston, Brian. Media Technology and Society – A History: From the Telegraph to Internet. London and New York: Routledge, 1998. 1-15.