Here is the official announcement that Alternative Historiographies of the Digital Humanities has won the DH Caucus of the American Studies Association’s 2021 ASA DH Caucus Book Award: https://www.theasa.net/communities/caucuses/digital-humanities-caucus/garfinkel-prize-digital-humanities. According to the caucus’s website:
For the book award, we especially seek submissions that: 1) center research topics that “promote the development of interdisciplinary research on U.S. culture and history in a global context” (following ASA’s stated purpose); 2) address these topics through anti-racist, feminist, community-led, or activist modes and methods; 3) are written collaboratively; 4) engage the complicated politics at play in DH collaborative research. We seek not only scholarly monographs; we invite submissions of trade books, self-published collectively written zines, and other alternative formats.
Many thanks to the editors Dorothy Kim and Adeline Koh for all of their untiring work to bring the collection to publication. I am thrilled that my essay/program “Why are the Digital Humanities So Straight?” is part of such a wonderful collection:
2021 Book Award Winner: Editors Dorothy Kim, Adeline Koh for Alternative Historiographies of the Digital Humanities (Punctum Books, June 2021) // Contributors: Bridget Blodgett, Alenda Chang, Edmond Chang, Jordan Clapper, Domenico Fiormonte, David Golumbia, Christy Hyman, Arun Jacob, Alexandra Juhasz, Dorothy Kim, Carly Kocurek, Viola Lasmana, Nalubega Ross, Jamal Russell, Anastasia Salter, Cathy J. Schlund-Vials, Siobhan Senier, Ravynn K. Stringfield
Again, you can take a look at my essay/program’s code (and see a run through) via the Electronic Literature Organization’s Electronic Literature Collection 4: https://eliterature.org/elc4/.