Most Downloaded CORE Deposits in September 2019

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The most downloaded work in CORE last month:

  1. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  2. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  3. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  4. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  5. Hanna de Vries, “Collective nouns.” Book chapter.
  6. Edith Hall, The Return of Ulysses: A Cultural History of Homer’s Odyssey. Book.
  7. Anastasia Salter, Introduction to Texts & Technology. Syllabus.
  8. David Bawden and Lyn Robinson, “Library and Information Science.” Encyclopaedia article.
  9. James Gifford, Modernism. Syllabus.
  10. James E. Dobson, ENGL64.05: Cultural Analytics. Syllabus.

August 2019’s Most Downloaded CORE Deposits

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The most downloaded works in CORE in August 2019:

  1. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  2. Matthew Kirschenbaum, ENGL 479P: BookLab. Syllabus.
  3. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  4. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  5. Hanna de Vries, “Collective nouns.” Book chapter.
  6. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  7. Shawn Graham, EX FIGLINIS: The Network Dynamics of the Tiber Valley Brick Industry in the Hinterland of Rome. Book.
  8. Cameron Neylon, “Research excellence is a neo-colonial agenda (and what might be done about it).” Book chapter.
  9. Brigitte Fielder, “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” Article.
  10. Johann-Mattis List, Pragmatics of Language Evolution. Book.

The Educator’s Guide to Humanities Commons

On Thursday, August 15th, we posted a Twitter thread through the @humcommons Twitter account that detailed the many Humanities Commons tools that educators might find helpful. Since this thread received such a positive response, we decided to also share it as a blog post here for posterity and in case any non-Twitter users might be interested in what it has to offer.

Below is a list of four Humanities Commons tools and resources that educators may find helpful. Continue reading “The Educator’s Guide to Humanities Commons”

Top CORE Deposits of July 2019

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The most downloaded CORE deposits in July cover diverse topics, from computer science research to the racial politics of music history:

  1. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  2. Nicholas Rinehart, “Black Beethoven and the Racial Politics of Music History.” Article.
  3. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  4. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  5. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  6. Hanna de Vries, “Collective nouns.” Book chapter.
  7. Camille Akmut, “An Introduction to Computer Science Research.” Bibliography.
  8. Marlene Manoff, “Archive and Library,” Essay.
  9. David Bawden, “The Dark Side of Information: Overload, Anxiety and Other Paradoxes and Pathologies.” Article.
  10. Brigitte Fielder, “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” Article.

June’s Most Downloaded in CORE

wooden path leading to the beach

Top downloads in June 2019 include syllabi, books, white papers, and more:

  1. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  2. Iris Agmon, “On the Civil Struggle of Academics in Turkey: The Peace Petition Signers.” Article.
  3. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  4. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  5. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  6. Brian O’Leary and Kevin Hawkins, Exploring Open Access Ebook Usage, ed. Charles Watkinson, Lucy Montgomery, Cameron Neylon, and Katherine Skinner. White paper.
  7. Brigitte Fielder, “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” Article.
  8. Justin M Power, Guido W Grimm, and Johann-Mattis List, “Evolutionary Dynamics in the Dispersal of Sign Languages.” Article.
  9. Nicholas Rinehart, “Black Beethoven and the Racial Politics of Music History.” Article.
  10. Sergio Cigada, Études sur le Symbolisme, edited by Marisa Verna. Book.
  11. Alison Booth, Brandon Walsh, Digital Literary Studies Syllabus. Syllabus.
  12. Erika Supria Honisch, Historical Sound Studies Seminar Syllabus. Syllabus.
  13. David Bawden, “The Dark Side of Information: Overload, Anxiety and Other Paradoxes and Pathologies.” Article.
  14. Elton Barker and Joel Christensen, A Beginner’s Guide to Homer. Book.
  15. Isaías Albertin de Moraes, “A Imigração Haitiana para o Brasil: Causas e Desafios.” Article.

May’s Most Downloaded Work in CORE

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The most downloaded work in May 2019 included a white paper on open access ebook usage and a digital literary studies syllabus.

  1. Brian O’Leary and Kevin Hawkins, Exploring Open Access Ebook Usage, ed. Charles Watkinson, Lucy Montgomery, Cameron Neylon, and Katherine Skinner. White paper.
  2. Brigitte Fielder, “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” Article.
  3. Sergio Cigada, Études sur le Symbolisme, edited by Marisa Verna. Book.
  4. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  5. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  6. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  7. Nicholas Rinehart, “Black Beethoven and the Racial Politics of Music History.” Article.
  8. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  9. Alison Booth, Brandon Walsh, Digital Literary Studies Syllabus. Syllabus.
  10. Samuel Moore, Common Struggles: Policy-based vs. Scholar-led Approaches to Open Access in the Humanities. Thesis.

April’s Most Downloaded Work in CORE

bookshelves filled with thin volumes, in front of a window

April’s top CORE downloads include an article on a short story by Hisaye Yamamoto and a sociological book on El Salvador.

  1. Brigitte Fielder, “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” Article.
  2. Nicholas Rinehart, “Black Beethoven and the Racial Politics of Music History.” Article.
  3. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  4. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  5. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  6. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  7. Sergio Cigada, Études sur le Symbolisme, edited by Marisa Verna. Book.
  8. David Bawden, “The Dark Side of Information: Overload, Anxiety and Other Paradoxes and Pathologies.” Article.
  9. Liam Hogan, Laura McAtackney, Matthew Reilly, “The Irish in the Anglo-Caribbean: Servants or Slaves?” Article.
  10. Cynthia Wu, “Asian American Feminism’s Alliances with Men: Reading Hisaye Yamamoto’s ‘Seventeen Syllables’ as an Antidraft Tract.” Article.

Most Downloaded CORE Deposits in March 2019

a group of red and purple jellyfish

The CORE deposits with the most downloads in March cover topics ranging from Portlandia to collective nouns.

  1. Oscar Martinez-Peñate, El Salvador Sociología General. Book.
  2. Nicholas Rinehart, “Black Beethoven and the Racial Politics of Music History.” Article.
  3. Ayesha Majid, “Marketing strategy of Lenovo laptops.” Report.
  4. Brigitte Fielder, “Animal Humanism: Race, Species, and Affective Kinship in Nineteenth-Century Abolitionism.” Article.
  5. Ilana Gershon, “Media Ideologies: An Introduction.” Article.
  6. Titus Stahl, “What is Immanent Critique?” Article.
  7. Elton Barker and Joel Christensen, A Beginner’s Guide to Homer. Book.
  8. Eleanor Courtemanche, “Satire and the ‘Inevitability Effect’: The Structure of Utopian Fiction from Looking Backward to Portlandia.” Article.
  9. Mansur Khamitov, Matthew Thomson, Xin (Shane) Wang. “How Well Do Consumer-Brand Relationships Drive Customer Brand Loyalty? Generalizations from a Meta-Analysis of Brand Relationship Elasticities.” Article.
  10. Hanna de Vries, “Collective nouns.” Book chapter.