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Charteris, Jennifer, Sarah Crinall, Linette Etheredge, Eileen Honan, and Mirka Koro-Ljungberg. "Writing, Haecceity, Data, and Maybe More." Qualitative Inquiry 26, no. 6: 571-582.
Clifford, James, and George E. Marcus. Writing Culture: The Poetics and Politics of Ethnography., Submitted.
Derrida, Jacques. Writing and Difference. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1978.
MacMillan, Katie, and Thomas Koenig. "The Wow Factor: Preconceptions and Expectations for Data Analysis Software in Qualitative Research." Social Science Computer Review 22, no. 2: 179-186.
Timmermans, Stefan, and Steven Epstein. "A World of Standards but not a Standard World: Toward a Sociology of Standards and Standardization*." Annual Review of Sociology 36, no. 1 (2010): 69-89.
Ribeiro, Gustavo Lins. "World Anthropologies: Anthropological Cosmopolitanisms and Cosmopolitics." Annual Review of Anthropology 43, no. 1 (2014): 483-498.
Workshop report., Submitted.
Chun, Wendy Hui Kyong, and Lisa Marie Rhody. "Working the Digital Humanities: Uncovering Shadows between the Dark and the Light." Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 25, no. 1: 1-25.
Antonijevic, S., S. E. M. Dormans, and S. Wyatt. "Working in virtual knowledge: Affective labor in scholarly collaboration." 88 (2012).
Antonijević, Smiljana, Stefan Dormans, and Sally Wyatt. "Working in virtual knowledge: Affective labor in scholarly collaboration.", 57-89. MIT Press, 2012.
Hoeppe, Götz. "Working data together: The accountability and reflexivity of digital astronomical practice." Social Studies of Science 44, no. 2: 243-270.
Gale, Ken, and Jonathan Wyatt. "Working at the Wonder: Collaborative Writing as Method of Inquiry." Qualitative Inquiry 23, no. 5: 355-364.
Kennedy, Helen, Rosemary Lucy Hill, Giorgia Aiello, and William Allen. "The work that visualisation conventions do." Information, Communication & Society 19, no. 6: 715-735.
Gumbel, Andrew. Won’t Lose This Dream: How an Upstart Urban University Rewrote the Rules of a Broken System.
Charmaz, Kathy. "“With Constructivist Grounded Theory You Can’t Hide”: Social Justice Research and Critical Inquiry in the Public Sphere." Qualitative Inquiry 26, no. 2: 165-176.
Wiley Contract.
Agnew, John A., Virginie Mamadouh, Anna Secor, and Joanne Sharp. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Geography., Submitted.
Marres, Nootjes. Why We Can't Have Our Facts Back., 2018.
Buytaert, Dries. Why PHP (and not Java)?.
Gatti, Rupert. Why OBP is not participating in KU Open Funding: and why libraries should understand the reasons..
Lavin, Matthew. "Why Digital Humanists Should Emphasize Situated Data over Capta." Digital Humanities Quarterly 015, no. 2 (Submitted).
SCHNEIER, BRUCE. "Why 'Anonymous' Data Sometimes Isn't.".
Drucker, Johanna, and Patrik B. O. Svensson. "The Why and How of Middleware." Digital Humanities Quarterly 010, no. 2.
Drucker, Johanna, and Patrik B. O. Svensson. "The Why and How of Middleware." Digital Humanities Quarterly 010, no. 2.