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Numberg “Counting on Google Books”
“This should reassure humanists about the immutably nonscientific status of their fields. Theories of what makes science science come and go, but one constant is that it proceeds by the aggregation of increments great and small, so that even the dullards have something to contribute. As William Whewell, who coined the word “scientist,” put it, “Nothing which was done was useless or unessential.” Humanists produce reams of work that is precisely that: useless because it’s merely adequate. And the humanities resist the standardizations of method that make possible the structured collaborations of science, with the inevitable loss of individual voice. Whatever precedents yesterday’s article in Science may establish for the humanities, the 12-author paper won’t be one of them.”

http://chronicle.com/article/Counting-on-Google-Books/125735/

Folsom PMLA Database Debate and Responses

http://faculty.winthrop.edu/kosterj/WRIT510/readings/stallybrass.pdf

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