Zundert, J. van & Haentjens Dekker, R. “Code, Scholarship, and Criticism: When is Coding Scholarship and When is it Not?” In Digital Humanities Conference 2015, Sydney 29 June–3 July 2015. Paper presented at Digital Humanities 2015 Conference, Sydney, Australia. Available at: https://pure.knaw.nl/portal/en/publications/when-is-coding-scholarship-and-when-is-it-not(10f4db01-a76d-4048-9ace-0af54806da75).html
Zundert, J. J. van, and Andrews, T. L. (2016). Apparatus vs. Graph: New Models and Interfaces for Text. In Hadler, F. and Haupt, J. (eds.), Interface Critique (Vol. 139). Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos, pp. 183–206.
Zundert, J. J. van. (2016). Screwmeneutics and Hermenumericals: the Computationality of Hermeneutics. In Scheibman, S., Siemens, R., and Unsworth, J. (eds.), A New Companion to Digital Humanities. Malden (US), Oxford (UK), etc.: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, pp. 331–347. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118680605.ch23/summary
Zundert, J.J. van, 2015, ‘What is Textual Scholarship and What is Not?’ Paper presented at ESTS (European Society for Textual Scholarship), 2015, Leicester, United Kingdom, 19/11/2015 – 21/11/2015.
There exist several recurring debates in the digital humanities. Or rather maybe we should position these debates as between digital humanities and humanities proper. One that is particularly thorny is the “Do you need to know how to code?” debate. In my experience it is also frequently aliased as the “Should all humanists become programmers?” …
Zundert, J. van. “Editor, Author, Engineer—Transformation of Authorship in Scholarly Editing?” In Authorship in Transition, Lorentz Workshop, Leiden 23–27 February 2015. Available at http://jorisvanzundert.net/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/EditorAuthorEngineer.pdf