Attribution

360°

Analysis and Discussion in the Round

Issue 1

The Walt Whitman Archive

In this issue, five contributors critique and analyze The Walt Whitman Archive by answering four questions about this digital archive. We invite you to read through the roundtable by question or by author.

  1. What are the strengths of this archive? How would you use or refer to this site in your own work?

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  2. What are its weaknesses? What do you wish it would let you do? What changes would you suggest?

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  3. What about the digital form – as opposed to working with the materials in analogue form, for example – works well for you, and what does not? How does this site’s digital form contribute to the archive’s strengths and weaknesses?

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  4. What other issues or questions relating to The Walt Whitman Archive most intrigue you?

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Mark A. Greene

Director, American Heritage Center – University of Wyoming
Past President – Society of American Archivists

  • Mark's Responses:
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Evan McGonagill

BA in English, Class of 2010 – Bryn Mawr College

  • Evan's Responses:
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Kenneth M. Price

Co-Director, The Walt Whitman Archive
Hillegass University Professor of American Literature – University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • Kenneth's Responses:
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Claire Warwick

Reader in Digital Humanities, Department of Information Studies; Director, Centre for Digital Humanities – University College London

  • Claire's Responses:
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Edward Whitley

Associate Professor of English and Director of American Studies – Lehigh University

  • Edward's Responses:
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Source: http://www.archivejournal.net/issue/1/three-sixty/