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  • Here Comes Everybody: humanities computing meets the era of social media 

    Stewart, Graham Douglas James (Centre for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languages, UKZN, 2014)
    This article sets out to re-evaluate some of the themes raised in the Alternation number on humanities computing that I guest edited in 2002, and to trace their subsequent evolution. To what degree can the meeting of ...
  • Introduction 

    Stewart, Graham Douglas James (Alternation. International Journal for the Study of Southern African Literature and Languageshttp://alternation.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/archive/13-volume-9/24-alternation-92-2002, 2002)
    Humanities Computing is a new discipline unfamiliar to the South African literary community. This special number of Alternation is intended to bring some perspective to the practice of humanities computing in South Africa ...
  • Mirage of us. A reflection on the role of the Web in widening access to references on Southern African arts, culture and heritage 

    Stewart, Graham Douglas James (Tydskrif Vir Letterkundehttp://www.letterkunde.up.ac.za/argief/47_2/10%20Stewart%2003.pdf, 2010)
    This article outlines the broad aims of the Encyclopaedia of South African Arts, Culture and Heritage (ESAACH) Project then goes on to consider the ESAACH Website as a networked resource that speaks to the project’s vision ...
  • Sharing our Stories : using an online encyclopaedia as the basis for a general education module on local history, creative writing and social justice 

    Stewart, Graham Douglas James (LIASAhttp://sajlis.journals.ac.za, 2012)
    Conventional wisdom suggests that the best way of equipping first-year university students with the skills to cope with the rigorous demands of discipline-specific discourse is through an “academic literacies” approach. ...
  • Tribe of colours - reclaiming identity via the Web 

    Stewart, Graham Douglas James; McNulty, Niall (Faculty of Arts and Design and Art for Humanity, Durban University of Technology, 2010)
    Now in the second year of its development, the Encyclopaedia of South African Arts, Culture and Heritage (ESAACH) is both traditional encyclopaedia and hypertext web. Published volumes will emerge from the collaborative ...