Refereed: Books
*Jennifer Guiliano, A Primer in Teaching Digital History  (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, in-preparation).  Proposal
*Jennifer Guiliano and Simon Appleford, Getting Started in the Digital Humanities (Boston: John Wiley and Sons Press, in-preparation).    Original Proposal
Refereed: Articles
*Jennifer Guiliano, “Professionalization.” In Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments, edited by Rebecca Frost Davis, Matthew K. Gold, Katherine D. Harris, and Jentry Sayers. New York, NY: Modern Language Association, MLA Commons, 2015.
Non-Refereed: Instructional Materials
Jennifer Guiliano and Melissa Rohde, Test Bank and Instructor’s Resource Manual, in The People: A History of Native America, authored by Frederick Hoxie, R. David Edmunds, and Neil Salisbury (Houghton Mifflin, 2006).
Refereed: Books
*Indian Spectacle: College Mascots and the Anxiety of Modern America (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, March 31, 2015). Author’s Final Draft
Refereed: Articles
*”Difficult Heritage and the Complexities of Indigenous Data.” In Amelia Aker and Tanya Clement eds. Data Cultures, Cultures as Data Special Issue, Journal of Cultural Analytics, August 13, 2019. doi: 10.22148/16.044
*“Towards a Praxis of Critical Digital Sport History.” In Mary McDonald, Jennifer Sterling, and Murray Phillips eds. Doing Sport History in the Digital Present Special Issue, Journal of Sport History 44:2 (Summer 2017), 146-159.
The Fascination and Frustration with Native American Mascots.” In Douglas Hartmann and Christopher Uggen, eds., Color Lines and Racial Angles (New York: W.W. Norton & Co, 2014), 95-114. Reprint:
Michael Simeone, Jennifer Guiliano, Rob Kooper, and Peter Bajcsy, “Digging into Data Using New Collaborative Infrastructures Supporting Humanities-based Computer Science Research.” First Monday 16 (5): May 2, 2011. Available from:
Refereed: Posters and Workshops
Cory Bohon, Jennifer Guiliano, James Smith, George Williams, and Amanda Visconti, “Making the Digital Humanities More Open” Poster. In the Journal of Digital Humanities 3:1 (April 2014) Special Issue on Digital Humanities 2013. Available from:
Special Issues
*Jennifer Guiliano and Mia Ridge, eds. The Future of Digital Methods for Complex Datasets. Special Issue, International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing (IJHAC) 10:1 (Spring 2016).
Invited Publications: Articles
Leutwiler’s Indian”: Creating the “Chief” tradition at the University of Illinois.” In Studies in Symbolic Interaction 34, edited by Norman Denzin and C. Richard King. London: Emerald Group Publishing, 2010.
Chasing Objectivity? Critical Reflections on History, Identity, and the Public Performance of Indian Mascots,” Cultural Studies ↔ Critical Methodologies 11: December 2011, 535-543. Special issue on Research Acts, edited by Michael Giardina. 1532708611426108, first published on November 22, 2011 as doi:10.1177/1532708611426108.
Gendered Discourse: Higher Education, Mascots, and Race.” In The Native American Mascots Controversy, edited by C. Richard King, 41-46. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2010.
Post-Publication Special Selection: Blogs
Making Digital Humanities Work” (full-text blog of Digital Humanities 2014 presentation). Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 17, 2014.
I’ll see your open access and raise you two book contracts: or why the AHA should re-think its policy” (blog). Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 25, 2013.
DH Internationally: Dispatches from Hamburg” (blog). DH2012 Round-Up. Digital Humanities Now Editor’s Choice, July 26, 2012.
Non-Refereed: Blogs, Articles, Thesis, and Dissertation
“Heating Up History at the AHA” (blog). Profhacker: a Chronicle of Higher Education Blog, January 16, 2014. Available from:
Jennifer Guiliano and George Williams, “Accessibility and the Digital Humanities” (blog). Profhacker: a Chronicle of Higher Education Blog, September 20, 2012. Available from:
An American Spectacle: Collegiate Mascots and the Performance of Tradition” PhD diss., University of Illinois, 2010. ProQuest (3431092). Open Source (
Red Card: the Role of Native Americans as Sports Mascots” MA Thesis, Miami University, 2002. OCLC (50743318).
Non-Refereed: Digital Resources
Simon Appleford and Jennifer Guiliano, Digital resource consisting of slidedecks, bibliographies, digital templates, and podcasts. Available from:
Access American Stories; Stories from Main Street; and Will to Adorn.” The Journal of American History (2014) 101 (2): 679-680. doi: 10.1093/jahist/jau452
America’s Presidents; and Changing America: To Be Free.” The Journal of American History (2014) 101 (3): 1030-1032. doi:
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