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Data-Modeling
Mindsets
and the
Digital
Humanities
Richard J. Urban
FSU Digital Scholars
November 9, 2015
Agenda
• Mindsets
• Model development in the
Linked Women Pedagogues Project
Mindsets
Iivari, J., Hirschheim, R., & Klein, H. K. (1998). A
Paradigmatic Analysis Contrasting Information Systems
Develo...
Metadata Mindsets
Knowledge Organization
Ontology • Model of “bibliographic universe”
• bibliocentrism
Epistemology Fractured and contested....
Machine Readable Cataloging (MARC)
Most citation formats.
Functional Requirements
for Bibliographic Records (FRBR)
CIDOC C...
Interstitial Metadata
Knowledge
Organization
Data Models
Scholarly
Data Models
(Graban, 2014)
Metadata Mapping Project
(MDMP)
• Femisist historiographic methodology that
digitally portrays rhetorical activity for whi...
MDMP/LWP
Ontology Model of rhetorical activity?
• Intellectual topographies
• People, Organizations, Events
• Publications...
The data
Graban, 2013
People (FOAF/EAC-CPF)
Organizations (Org
Ontology/EAC-CPF)
Concepts/Topics (SKOS)
Locations (GeoNames/SKOS)
Artifacts (Dub...
People (FOAF/EAC-CPF)
Organizations (Org
Ontology/EAC-CPF)
Concepts/Topics (SKOS)
Locations (GeoNames/SKOS)
Artifacts (Dub...
People (F
Organiza
Ontology
Concepts
Location
Artifacts (
Annotation
Texts? (TE
Description
Definition
Identification
Iden...
References
• Graban, T. S. (2014). Re/Situating the Digital Archive
in John T. McCutcheon’s “Publics,” Then and Now.
Peith...
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  1. 1. Data-Modeling Mindsets and the Digital Humanities Richard J. Urban FSU Digital Scholars November 9, 2015
  2. 2. Agenda • Mindsets • Model development in the Linked Women Pedagogues Project
  3. 3. Mindsets Iivari, J., Hirschheim, R., & Klein, H. K. (1998). A Paradigmatic Analysis Contrasting Information Systems Development Approaches and Methodologies. Information Systems Research, 9(2), 164–193. http://doi.org/10.1287/isre.9.2.164
  4. 4. Metadata Mindsets
  5. 5. Knowledge Organization Ontology • Model of “bibliographic universe” • bibliocentrism Epistemology Fractured and contested. • Empiricism, Rationalism, Historicism, Pragmatism (Hjørland) • Operationalism, Referential Theory, Instrumental Theory, and Systems Theory (Svenonius) • Social epistemology (Shera, Egan; Furner) Methodology • Design of metadata encoding standards • Specification of rules for description (AACR2/RDA, etc.) • Development of controlled vocabularies and classifications • Design of information storage/retrieval systems • Information needs/behaviors study Ethics • Objectivism/Empiricism (ideal) • Literary warrant vs. cultural warrant
  6. 6. Machine Readable Cataloging (MARC) Most citation formats. Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records (FRBR) CIDOC CRM FRBRoo
  7. 7. Interstitial Metadata Knowledge Organization Data Models Scholarly Data Models
  8. 8. (Graban, 2014)
  9. 9. Metadata Mapping Project (MDMP) • Femisist historiographic methodology that digitally portrays rhetorical activity for which there may not be circulating artifacts. (Graban, 2013) • The work of MDMP, then, is to create an epistemic network that makes visible browseable and dynamic lists that formally represent the kinds of topical relationships believed to exist among a set of data records at any point in time (what [Graban] terms ontologies) and movable maps. • Visualizations (what [Graban] terms ec0logies)
  10. 10. MDMP/LWP Ontology Model of rhetorical activity? • Intellectual topographies • People, Organizations, Events • Publications, Manuscripts, textual components • Concept thesauri Model for feminist historiography? • Recovery process/provenance • Peer contributions and recognition Epistemology • Feminism • Historicism • ? Methodology • Social/epistemic network analysis • Visualization of rhetorical activities • Crowdsourcing • Historiography • Bibliometrics/altmetrics (Historical altmetrics) Ethics • ?
  11. 11. The data Graban, 2013
  12. 12. People (FOAF/EAC-CPF) Organizations (Org Ontology/EAC-CPF) Concepts/Topics (SKOS) Locations (GeoNames/SKOS) Artifacts (Dublin Core/EAD) From MDMP to LWP Texts? (TEI? ) Rhetorical activities? (CIDOC CRM?)
  13. 13. People (FOAF/EAC-CPF) Organizations (Org Ontology/EAC-CPF) Concepts/Topics (SKOS) Locations (GeoNames/SKOS) Artifacts (Dublin Core/EAD) Affiliations Rhetorical activities as kinds of Events citation
  14. 14. People (F Organiza Ontology Concepts Location Artifacts ( Annotation Texts? (TE Description Definition Identification Identification Feminist Historiography Recovery Process Other “Scholarly Primitives”
  15. 15. References • Graban, T. S. (2014). Re/Situating the Digital Archive in John T. McCutcheon’s “Publics,” Then and Now. Peitho, 73. • Graban, T. S. (2013). From Location(s) to Locatability: Mapping Feminist Recovery and Archival Activity through Metadata. College English, 76(2), 171–193. • Riley, J., & Becker, D. (2010). Seeing Standards: A Visualization of the Metadata Universe. Indiana University Libraries. Retrieved from http://www.dlib.indiana.edu/~jenlrile/metadatamap/ •

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