Publications

Applications:

MATRIX Digital Repository – KORA (Project Builder)  (http://kora.msu.edu)

Digital repository or ingesting, managing, and delivering multimedia objects

Community Connex

 

MediaMatrix (http://www.matrix.msu.edu/~mmatrix/)

A server-side application that gives users the ability to locate, segment, annotate, and store online, streaming media, Patent Pending

 

Edited Books

Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning. Cohen, Steve; Portney, Kent; Rehberger, Dean; Thorsen, Carolyn (eds). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006.
Cudjo’s Cave (1863: a novel of the American Civil War). Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2001

Book Chapters

“[o]ral [h]istory and [d]igital [h]umanities” in The Digital Dialogue, eds. Doug Boyd and Mary Larson,
Palgrave 2014.
“Simulations in Education,” Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning. Cohen, Steve; Portney, Kent; Rehberger, Dean; Thorsen, Carolyn (eds). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006.
“Introduction,” Cudjo’s Cave (1863: a novel of the American Civil War). Tuscaloosa, AL: U of Alabama P, 2001. V-XXXVIII.
“Living Texts: A Return to the Rhetorical Arts of Annotation and Commonplaces on the Internet.” Weaving a Virtual Web: Practical Approaches to New Information Technologies. New York: NCTE, 2000. 193-207.
“Blurred Boundaries and the Desire for Nationalism in Ross Lockridge’s Raintree County.” Raintree County at Forty-Five. Ed. David D. Anderson. A Midwestern Heritage Book. East Lansing, MI: The Midwestern Press, 1998.
“‘I Don’t Know Buffalo Bill’ or Hemingway and the Rhetoric of the Western.” Blowing the Bridge: Essays on Hemingway and “For Whom the Bell Tolls.” Ed. Rena Sanderson. New York: Greenwood Press, 1992. 159-184.

Articles

“The Lifecycle of a Digital African Studies Projects: Creating Sustainable, Equitable, and Ethical Projects,”
Digital Humanities 2016, Krakow, Poland 11-16, July, 2016.
“Getting Oral History Online: Collections Management Applications,” Oral History Review Volume 40 Issue
1 Summer: Fall 2013. Oxford University Press.
“KORA: A Digital Repository and Publishing Platform,” with Tegtmeyer, Rebecca; Watrall, Ethan; Foley
Catherine, Journal of the Digital Humanities. Vol. 2. No. 3. 2013 (published poster).
With Bajcsy, Peter; Kooper, Rob; Marini, Luigi; Shaw, Tenzing; Hedeman, Anne D.; Markley, Robert;
Guiliano, Jennifer; Simeone, Michael; Hansen, Natalie; Appleford, Simon, Richardson, Justine, (2011). “Supporting Scientific Discoveries to Answer Art Authorship Related Questions Across Diverse Disciplines and Geographically Distributed Resources.” Proceedings of the Digital Humanities 2011, 85-87.
With Conway, Paul; Fraistat, Neil; Galloway, Patricia; Kraus, Kari; Walter, Katherine. “Digital Humanities
Internships: Creating a Model Ischool-digital Humanities Center Partnership.” In Proceedings of
the Digital Humanities. 2010.
With Palmer, Joy; Williams, Caroline; Walk, Paul; Kay, David; Hart-Davidson, Bill. “Digital Libraries,
Personalization, and Network Effects-Unpicking the Paradoxes.” In Research and Advanced
Technology for Digital Libraries, pp. 377-377. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2009.
With MacDowell, Marsha; Worrall, Mary; Sikarskie, Amanda; Richardson, Justine. “The Quilt Index Goes
2.0: A Fiberspace Case Study.” in published proceedings of Museums and the Web 2009.
Edited with Cohen, Steve; Portney, Kent, Thorsen, Carolyn (eds). Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007
“Teaching with digital role-play simulations.” Digital Decision Simulations: Digital Simulations for Teaching Reasoning. New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007
With Cohen, Steve; Eales, Susan; Fegan, Michael. “The Role of Digital Libraries in Helping Students Attend
to Source Information.” In the Proceedings for Libraries without walls 6: evaluating the distributed delivery of library services. London: Facet Publishing, 2006.
With Fegan, Michael; Kornbluh, Mark. “Reevaluating Access and Preservation Through Secondary Repositories: Needs, Promises, and Challenges.” In proceeding of: Research and Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, 10th European Conference, ECDL 2006, Alicante, Spain, September 17-22, 2006, Proceedings
With Kornbluh, Mark; Fegan, Michael. “Media matrix: A digital library research tool.” In Digital Libraries, 2005. JCDL’05. Proceedings of the 5th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on, pp. 412-412. IEEE, 2005.
With Rakerd, Brad. “Speech on the Internet: A New Educational Resource and Cautionary Note,”
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 1, Issue 5, 2005, pp.139-146.
With Kornbluh, Mark; Fegan, Michael. “Media matrix: Creating secondary repositories.” In Research and
Advanced Technology for Digital Libraries, pp. 329-340. Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2004.
With Jerry Goldman. “The Problem of Ingesting and Delivering Complex Objects from Digital Repositories,”
Published proceedings for Workshop on Multimedia Contents in Digital Libraries, June 2-3, 2003, Chania, Crete, Greece.
with Marsha McDowell, Mark Kornbluh, Justine Richardson, Scott Pennington, and Dennis Boone. “Developing Collaborative Online Collections Using an Open Source Digital Repository: The Quilt Index Case Study,” Published proceedings for Museums and the Web 2003, March 19-22, 2003, Charlotte, NC.
With Jerry Goldman, Steve Cohen, and Joyce Grant. “Perspectives on Web-based Historical Audio.” In
World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, vol. 2001, no. 1, pp. 1540-1540. 2001.
“Raintree County Lines.” Midwestern Miscellany XXVI (Spring 1998): 18-23. (Was selected for Honorable Mention Essay at the SSML conference).
“The Censoring of Hypertext #17.” Kairos 2.2 (Fall 1997) (22 lexias).
“Middle-Class Nightmares and the Structure of Stephen King’s It.” Journal of Weird Fiction 19 (Summer 1996): 2-8.
“Visions of the New Mexican in Public Pageants and Dramas of Santa Fe and Taos, 1918-194O.” Journal of the Southwest 37.3 (Autumn 1995): 450-469.
“Vulgar Fiction, Impure History: The Neglect of Historical Fiction.” Journal of American Culture 18.4 (Winter 1995): 77-83.
“Negotiating Authority Among Writing Centers, Writing Programs, Peer Tutors and Students,” English in Texas 25.4 (Summer 1994): 50-55.
With Stephen LeSeuer “Rocky IV, Rambo II, and the Place of the Individual in Modern American Society.” Journal of American Culture 11.2 (Summer 1988): 25-33.
“The Comic Vision of the Federalists and the Tragic Vision of the Anti-Federalists: A Study of Rhetoric in
Social Context.” Utah Forum: A Journal of Political Commentary 5.2 (Spring, 1987): 75-88.

Selected Recent White Papers, Online Publications, and Applications:

Rehberger, Dean , Walters Katherine , “CIC Digital Humanities Environmental Scan “. How published:
Committee on Institutional Cooperation (http://www.cic.net/Home/Reports.aspx) (April 2012).
Rehberger, Dean , Walter Katherine , Long Christopher , Courtney Angela , Winet Jon , Mueller Martin ,
“CIC Digital Humanities Summit Report,” How published: Committee on Institutional Cooperation (http://www.cic.net/Home/Reports.aspx) (April 2012).
“Oral History in the Digital Age: Project Overview “. How published: http://
ohda.matrix.msu.edu. Other Information: Part of an IMLS grant Project. (August 2012).
With Cohen, Steven; Rakerd Brad S; Boyd, Doug. “Survey of the Field(s). ” How published:
http://ohda.matrix.msu.edu. Other Information: Part of an IMLS grant Project. (August 2012).
With Pennington Scott, “Video Equipment: Guide to Selecting and Use “. How published:
http://ohda.matrix.msu.edu. Other Information: Part of an IMLS grant Project. (August 2012).
With Pennington, Scott, “Quick Tips for Better Interview Video “. How published: http://
ohda.matrix.msu.edu. Other Information: Part of an IMLS grant Project. (August 2012).
With Coates Brenden , “File Naming in the Digital Age “. How published: http://
ohda.matrix.msu.edu. Other Information: Part of an IMLS grant Project. (August 2012).
With Bajcsy, Peter; Ainsworth, Peter; Rehberger, “Digging into Image Data to Answer Authorship Related
Questions.” How published: NEH Whitepaper. (July 2011).
With Geimer, Matthew; Watrall, Ethan , “Kora 2.1.1. ” (Digital Repository Application) How published: SourceForge Open Source

Patent Applications:

Fegan, Michael, Brandon Furtwangler, Steven Furtwangler, Mark Kornbluh, and Dean Rehberger. “Systems and methods for identifying, segmenting, collecting, annotating, and publishing multimedia materials.” U.S. Patent Application 10/970,482, filed October 21, 2004. US20050144305.