Annex 2 – Making Digital Humanities Research Data Public Data Primer Bibliography

This bibliography is not comprehensive. It is a collection of works which informed our thinking for each section of the data primer that we think could be of interest to you too.

General resources

Dario Rodighiero, May Ning, & Constance Crompton. (2020). Cartography of DH2020. Zenodo.

Davis, R. F., Gold, M. K., & Harris, K. D. (n.d.). Curating Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities. 61.

Doueihi, M. (2011). Un humanisme numérique. Communication langages, N° 167(1), 3–15.

Hannah Gunderman. (2021, April 15). The Pokémon has Four Arms: Research Data Management Education through Popular Culture. Research Data Q.

Offeh-Gyimah, A., Arshad, F., & Don, S. (2021, May 7). Ethical Accessible Research Data Management for the Jane Finch Community.

Laura Kurgan, Dare Brawley, Brian House, Jia Zhang, & Wendy Hui Kyong Chun. (n.d.). Homophily: The Urban History of an Algorithm – Architecture – e-flux. E-Flux. Retrieved April 13, 2020, from

Digital Research Alliance of Canada. (n.d.). Digital Research Alliance of Canada. Retrieved October 21, 2021, from

Tayler, F., & Jafary, M. (2021). Shifting Horizons: A Literature Review of Research Data Management Train-the-Trainer Models for Library and Campus-Wide Research Support Staff in Canadian Institutions. Evidence Based Library and Information Practice, 16(1), 78–90.

The Programming Historian. (n.d.). Retrieved April 28, 2021, from

What is data curation for digital humanists?

Dacos, M. (2011, March 26). Manifeste des Digital humanities [Blog]. THATCamp Paris.

Dan Sinykin. (2021, April 29). Data Is Not the Enemy of the Humanities. The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Digital Research Alliance. (2020). Data Curation Primer. Digital Research Alliance. Retrieved October 21, 2021, from

Bailey Jr., C. W. (2021). Research Data Curation and Management Bibliography. Digital Scholarship.

When do you start data management planning for curation?

Briney, K., Coates, H., & Goben, A. (2020). Foundational Practices of Research Data Management. Research Ideas and Outcomes, 6, e56508.

Data Stewardship Wizard. (n.d.). Retrieved November 25, 2021, from

Eugene Barsky. (2014). Data Flow and Needs Research Data Discovery Manual. UBC Library.

Government of Canada, I. (n.d.). Frequently Asked Questions Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy— Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. Retrieved October 21, 2021, from

Government of Canada, I. (2021). Tri-Agency Research Data Management Policy. Government of Canada.

Lisée, C., & Kelly, B. (2021). Modèle de plan de gestion des données: Histoire et les humanités.

Pergl, R., Hooft, R., Suchánek, M., Knaisl, V., & Slifka, J. (2019). Data Stewardship Wizard: A Tool Bringing Together Researchers, Data Stewards, and Data Experts. Data Science Journal, 18(1), 59.

Consent and intellectual property

Wemigwans, J. (2018). A digital bundle: Protecting and promoting indigenous knowledge online. University of Regina Press.

Abebe, R., Barocas, S., Kleinberg, J., Levy, K., Raghavan, M., & Robinson, D. G. (2020). Roles for computing in social change. Proceedings of the 2020 Conference on Fairness, Accountability, and Transparency, 252–260.

Canadian Institutes of Health Research, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, & Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. (2018). Tri-Council policy statement: Ethical conduct for research involving humans.

Lalonde, C. (2020, November 24). Décoloniser les bibliothèques. Le Devoir.

Boilevin, L., Chapman, J., Deane, L., Doerksen, C., Fresz, G., Joe, D., Leech-Crier, N., Marsh, S., McLeod, J., Neufeld, S., Pham, S., Shaver, L., Smith, P., Steward, M., Wilson, D., & Winter, P. (2019). Research 101: A Manifesto for Ethical Research in the Downtown Eastside. Harm Reduction Journal.

Research Data Alliance. (2021, July 13). The Value of RDA for COVID-19. Research Data Alliance.

SIKU – The Indigenous Knowledge Social Network. (n.d.). SIKU – The Indigenous Knowledge Social Network. Retrieved October 22, 2020, from


Archive/Counter-Archive. (2021, June 1). Archive/Counter-Archive Summer Institute 2021 Public Talk | Indigenous Data Protocols with Kayla Lar-Son.

Creative Commons. (2021). Frequently Asked Questions. Creative Commons.

Duarte, M. E., & Belarde-Lewis, M. (2015). Imagining: Creating Spaces for Indigenous Ontologies. Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 53(5–6), 677–702.

Mélanie Brunet & Thomas Rouleau. (2021). Copyright and Research Data at uOttawa—FAQ. University of Ottawa Library.

Séguin, C. (2020). Une bibliothèque inclusive pour les Autochtones. Documentation et bibliothèques, 66(2), 5–11.

Collecting your data

Always Already Computational. (n.d.). Always Already Computational – Collections as Data. Retrieved April 13, 2020, from

Anderson, K., Bannister, L., Dodd, J., Fong, D., Levy, M., & Seatter, L. (2016). Student Labour and Training in Digital Humanities. Digital Humanities Quarterly, 010(1).

Barsky, E. (2014, July 28). Assessing researchers’ data needs – Research Data Discovery Manual. Canadian Community of Practice for Research Data Management in Libraries.

CANARIE Inc. (2020, November 9). RDC Webinar: Data Ownership Series Part 2 – Indigenous Data Ownership.

Criado-Perez, C. (2019). Invisible women: Data bias in a world designed for men. Abrams Press.

Diana Castillo, Heather Coates, & Mikala Narlock. (2020). Qualitative Data Primer.

JA Pryse, Matthew Harp, Sara Mannheimer, Wanda Marsolek, & Wind Cowles. (2020). Oral History Interviews Data Curation Primer. GitHub.

Moon, C. Y. E., & Rodighiero, D. (n.d.). Mapping as a Contemporary Instrument for Orientation in Conferences. Retrieved July 24, 2020, from

Losh, E. M., & Wernimont, J. (Eds.). (2018). Bodies of information: Intersectional feminism and digital humanities. University of Minnesota Press.

Data collection and ownership

Deanna Reder, Daniel Heath Justice, & Margery Fee. (2021). The People and the Text. The People and The Text.

First Nations Information Governance Centre. (2021). The First Nations principles of ownership, control, access, and possession (OCAP®). The First Nations Information Governance Centre.

Gaertner, D., & Haberl, M. (2020, January 21). Recoding Relations: Dispatches from the Symposium for Indigenous New Media. In the Moment.


Indigitization Toolkit. (2020, March 4). Indigitization.

Koleszar-Green, R. (2020, October 16). Libraries hosts panel discussion on “Honouring Indigenous Ways of Knowing.” Research & Innovation.

Littletree, S., and, M. B.-L., & Duarte, M. (2020). Centering Relationality: A Conceptual Model to Advance Indigenous Knowledge Organization Practices. KNOWLEDGE ORGANIZATION, 47(5), 410–426.

Lucchesi, A. H. (2018). Indians Don’t Make Maps: Indigenous Cartographic Traditions and Innovations. American Indian Culture and Research Journal, 42(3), 11–26.

Benjamin, R. (2019). Race after technology: Abolitionist tools for the new Jim code. Polity.

Recoding Relations. (n.d.). Retrieved April 13, 2020, from

United Nations. (2013). The United Nations declaration on the rights of indigenous peoples: A manual for national rights institutions. United Nations.

Working with your data

Bath, J. (2021, March 12). RDM for Digitally-Curious Humanists. OSF.

Data Curation Network. (n.d.). Data Curation Primers – Data Curation Network. Retrieved April 28, 2021, from

Grau, O., Hoth, J., & Wandl-Vogt, E. (2019). Digital art through the looking glass: New strategies for archiving, collecting and preserving in dh (O. Grau, J. Hoth, & E. Wandl-Vogt, Eds.). Edition Donau-Universität.

OCUL Data Community (ODC) Data Rescue Group. (2020). Data Rescue Curation Best Practices Guide [Data set]. Scholars Portal Dataverse.

Joint Working Group. (2019, June 21). First Nations, Metis and Inuit Indigenous Ontologies FNMIIO. National Indigenous Knowledge and Language Alliance/Alliance Nationale Des Connaissances et Des Langues Autochtones NIKLA-ANCLA.

Lincoln, M. D. (2021, June 7). The Labor Behind DH Data Complexity. Matthew Lincoln, PhD.

Research Data Alliance. (2021a). Scope of the Catalog – Metadata Standards Catalog.

Research Data Management Team. (2021). File naming and organization of data. University of Ottawa Library.

Team, T. E. P. (2021). Endings Principles for Digital Longevity.

Transforming data management into scholarly and creative work

CASRAI. (n.d.). CRediT – Contributor Roles Taxonomy. CASRAI. Retrieved October 27, 2021, from

Lincoln, M. D. (2016, June 6). Linked Open Realities: The Joys and Pains of Using LOD for Research. Matthew Lincoln, PhD.

Lincoln, M. D. (2019, July 27). “What’s in a name?” Transitioning from implicit to explicit software dev. Matthew Lincoln, PhD.

Lincoln, M. D. (2020, May 26). Tidy Data for the Humanities. Matthew Lincoln, PhD.

McGovern, N. Y. (2018). Radical Collaboration and Research Data Management: An Introduction.

Publishing and archiving your data

Colavizza, G., Hrynaszkiewicz, I., Staden, I., Whitaker, K., & McGillivray, B. (2020). The citation advantage of linking publications to research data. PLOS ONE, 15(4), e0230416.

Delmas-Glass, E., & Sanderson, R. (2020). Fostering a community of PHAROS scholars through the adoption of open standards. Art Libraries Journal, 45(1), 19–23.

GO FAIR initiative: Make your data & services FAIR. (n.d.). GO FAIR. Retrieved October 21, 2021, from

Journal of Open Humanities Data. (n.d.). Retrieved May 21, 2021, from

Journal of Slavery and Data Preservation. (n.d.). Retrieved January 19, 2021, from

Lois G. Hendrickson, Kristen L. Mastel, Shannon L. Farrell, & Julia A. Kelly. (2021, March 18). Historical Analog Data: Valuable Asset at Risk on Your Campus. Research Data Q.

Network, C. H. I. (2021, March 5). National Heritage Digitization Strategy – Digital Preservation File Format Recommendations.

New Digital Research Infrastructure Organization, Portage Network, & Compute Canada. (2021). Federated Research Data Repository. Federated Research Data Repository.

Ontario Council of University Libraries & Scholars Portal. (n.d.). Borealis The Canadian Dataverse Repository. Borealis The Canadian Dataverse Repository. Retrieved October 27, 2021, from

Bieman, E., & Vinh-Doyle, W. (2021, March 5). Recommandations relatives aux formats de fichier pour la préservation numérique – Stratégie de numérisation du patrimoine documentaire. Gouvernement du Canada.

Spoken Web. (2021). SpokenWeb.

Welcome to CORE – Humanities Commons. (n.d.). Retrieved October 27, 2021, from

Winter, C., Fontenot, T., Meneses, L., Arbuckle, A., Siemens, R., & Groups, T. E. and I. R. (2020). Foundations for the Canadian Humanities and Social Sciences Commons: Exploring the Possibilities of Digital Research Communities. Pop! Public. Open. Participatory, 2.


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