• Clement, T., Ben Brumfield, Sara Brumfield, “The AudiAnnotate Project: Four Case Studies in Publishing Annotations for Audio and Video,” Digital Humanities Quarterly 16 no. 2 (2022).
• Clement, T. and Fischer, E. “From the Middle Ages to the Open Web, Theorizing Audiation with Audio Annotation.” Digital Humanities Quarterly. 15.1. March 2021.
• Xu, W., Esteva, M., Cui, P., Castillo, E., Wang, K., Hopkins, H. R., Clement, T., Choate, A., Huang, R. A Study of Spoken Audio Processing using Machine Learning for Libraries, Archives and Museums (LAM). In 2020 IEEE International Conference on Big Data. IEEE. December 2020. pp. 1939-1948.
• Clement, T. “Anne Sexton Listening to Anne Sexton,” PMLA, vol. 135, no. 2, March 2020, pp. 387–392 (6).
• Clement, T and Carter, D. “Connecting Theory and Practice in Digital Humanities Information Work,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST), vol. 68, no. 6, 2017, pp. 1385-1396.
• Clement, Tanya, and Stephen McLaughlin. “Measured Applause: Toward a Cultural Analysis of Audio Collections.” Journal of Cultural Analytics, vol. 1, no. 1, May 2016. culturalanalytics.org, https://doi.org/10.22148/16.002. Word count: 6,136.
• Clement, T. “A Rationale of Audio Text.” Digital Humanities Quarterly, vol. 10, no. 2, 2016. Word Count: 10,470.
• Clement, T and Carter, D. “Connecting Theory and Practice in Digital Humanities Information Work,” Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (JASIST) (Accepted for publication).
• Clement, T. “The Information Science Question in DH Feminism.” digital humanities quarterly 9.2 (2015).
• Clement, T. “The Ear and the Shunting Yard: Meaning Making as Resonance in Early Information Theory.” Information & Culture 49.4 (2014): 401-426.
• Pfannenschmidt*, S. and Clement, T. “Evaluating Digital Scholarship: Suggestions and Strategies for the TEI.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 1.7 (2014).
• Clement*, T., Tcheng, D., Auvil, L., Capitanu, B., and Barbosa, J. “Distant Listening to Gertrude Stein’s ‘Melanctha’: Using Similarity Analysis in a Discovery Paradigm to Analyze Prosody and Author Influence. LLC: The Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 28.4 (2013): 582-602.
• Clement, T., Hagenmaier, W. and Knies, J.L. “Towards a Notion of the Archive of the Future: Impressions of Practice by Librarians, Archivists, and Digital Humanities Scholars.” The Library Quarterly. 83.2 (2013): 112–130.
• Clement, T. “Distant Listening: On Data Visualisations and Noise in the Digital Humanities.” Text Tools for the Arts. Digital Studies / Le champ numérique. 3.2 (2012).
• Clement*, T., Tcheng, D., Auvil, L., Capitanu, B. Monroe, M. “Sounding for Meaning: Using Theories of Knowledge Representation to Analyze Aural Patterns in Texts.” digital humanities quarterly 7.1 (2013).
• Clement, T. “The story of one: the rhetoric of narrative and composition in The Making of Americans by Gertrude Stein.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 54:3 (2012): 426-448.
• Clement, T. “Knowledge Representation and Digital Scholarly Editions in Theory and Practice.” Journal of the Text Encoding Initiative 1.1 (2011).
• Ruecker, S.,* Radzikowska, M. Michura, P., Fiorentino, C. and Clement, T. “Visualizing Repetition in Text.” Reassembling the Disassembled Book: a Symposium of the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. University of Saskatchewan, May 29 2007: A. 46. Published in Digital Sutdies/ Le champ numérique 1.3 (2009).
• Clement, T. “‘A thing not beginning or ending’: Using Digital Tools to Distant-Read Gertrude Stein’s The Making of Americans.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 23.3 (2008): 361-382.
Refereed Book Chapters
• Clement, T. “Word. Spoken. Articulating the Voice for High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship (HiPSTAS).” Digital Sound Studies, edited by Mary Caton Lingold, Darren Mueller, and Whitney Anne Trettien. Duke University Press, 2018, pp. 155-177.
• Clement, T. and Carter, D. “Information.” Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities: Concepts, Models, and Experiments, edited by Rebecca Frost Davis, Matthew K. Gold, Katherine D. Harris, and Jentery Sayers, Modern Language Association, 2020.
• Clement, T. “BaronessElsa: An Autobiographical Manifesto.” Making Canada New: Editing, Modernism, and New Media. Eds. Dean Irvine, Vanessa Lent, and Bart Vautour. University of Toronto Press, 2018, pp. 139–160.
• Francis, H., Clement, T., Peone, G., Carpenter, B., Suagee-Beauduy, K. “Accessing Sound at Libraries, Archives, and Museums.” Indigenous Ownership & Libraries, Archives, and Museums. Eds. Camille Callison, Loriene Roy, Gretchen Alice LeCheminant. International Federation of Library Associations, 2016, pp. 344–368.
• Clement, T. “The Ground Truth of DH Text Mining.” In Debates in the Digital Humanities. Matt Gold, Lauren Klein (eds.) Minnesota: Minnesota University Press, 2016, pp. 573–580.
• Clement, T. Where is Methodology in Digital Humanities? In Debates in the Digital Humanities. Matt Gold, Lauren Klein (eds.) Minnesota: Minnesota University Press, 2016, pp.153–175.
• Clement, T. “When Texts of Study are Audio Files: Digital Tools for Sound Studies in DH” In A New Companion to Digital Humanities (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture). Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens and John Unsworth (eds.), 2015: 348-357.
• Clement, T. “Text Analysis, Data Mining, and Visualizations in Literary Scholarship.” In Literary Studies in a Digital Age: A Methodological Primer. Ken Price and Ray Siemens, eds. New York: MLACommons, 2013.
• Clement, T. “Multiliteracies in the Undergraduate Digital Humanities Curriculum: Skills, Principles, and Habits of Mind” in Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Practice, Principles, and Politics. Brett Hirsch, ed. Open Book Publishers, 2012.
Refereed Conference Proceedings
• Buchanan, S., Bullard, J. Aspray, W., Bailey, D. Barker, L. Carter, D., Clement, T., Gottschlich N., Howison, J., McLaughlin, S., Ocepek, M., Sholler, D., Trace, C. “Collaborative syllabus design for studying information work.” Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology vol. 54, no. 1, 2017, pp. 630–632.
• Clement*, T., Tcheng, D., Auvil, L. “High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship (HiPSTAS) in the Digital Humanities” Proceedings of the 77th Annual ASIST Conference, Seattle, WA, October 31-November 5, 2014.
• Clement, T. “Methodologies in the Digital Humanities for Analyzing Aural Patterns in Texts.” Proceedings of the 2012 iConference. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2012: 287–293.
• Clement, T. “What’s Being Said Near ‘Martha’? Exploring Name Entities in Literary Text Collections.” Vuillemot, R.,* Clement, T., Plaisant, C., and Kumar, A. Proceedings of IEEE Symposium on Visual Analytics Science and Technology (VAST). Washington D.C.: IEEE Computer Society Press, 2009.
• Don, A.,*Zheleva, E., Gregory, M., Tarkan, S., Auvil, L., Clement, T., Shneiderman, B. Plaisant, C. “Discovering interesting usage patterns in text collections: Integrating text mining with visualization.” Proceedings of the sixteenth ACM conference on Conference on information and knowledge management. New York: ACM Press, 2007: 213-222.
• Plaisant, C., * Rose, J., Yu, B., Auvil, L., Kirschenbaum, M.G., Smith, M. N., Clement, T., Lord, G. “Exploring Erotics in Emily Dickinson’s Correspondence with Text Mining and Visual Interfaces.” Proceedings of the 6th ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries. New York: ACM Press, 2006: 141-150.
Refereed Scholarly Projects
• Clement, T. and Gaby Divay. “The Firstling/Erstling/He Complex by Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven.” Amanda Gailey and Andy Jewell, eds. Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing 33 (2012).
• Clement, T. “In Transition: Selected Poems by the Baroness Elsa von Freytag-Loringhoven.” Digital Collections, University of Maryland Libraries, College Park, MD, 2009. Aggregated in NINES, 2011.
• Clement, T. “Word. Spoken. Articulating the Voice as Descriptive Metadata for High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship (HiPSTAS). In Provoke. Darren Mueller, Mary Caton Lingold and Whitney Anne Trettien (eds.) Durham, NC: Duke University Press (in review).
• Clement, T. “When Texts of Study are Audio Files: Digital Tools for Sound Studies in DH” In A New Companion to Digital Humanities (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture). Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens and John Unsworth (eds.) (accepted for publication).
• Clement, T. “Space for Hire: Alternate Careers in Academic Inter-Spaces” (MediaCommons Press 2011) in #alt-academy. Bethany Nowviskie, ed.
• Clement, T. and Gueguen, G. “Annotated Bibliography: Exemplary Projects” in The Blackwell Companion to Digital Literary Studies (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture). Ray Siemens and Susan Schreibman, eds. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008.
• Clement, T. “A Digital Regiving: Editing the ‘Sweetest Messages’ in the Dickinson Electronic Archives” in A Companion to Emily Dickinson (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture). Martha Nell Smith and Mary Loeffelholz, eds. Oxford: Blackwell, 2008.
Monographs, Reports, and Extension Publications
• Clement, T., Sara Brumfield, Ben Brumfield, Charles Hosale, Dave Walker, Meghan Ferriter, Kate Murray. “Collaborations with Embedded Audio Metadata: Reusing Cue Chunk Data for IIIF Web Annotations.” The Signal Blog. Library of Congress. August 24, 2022.
• Clement, T.+ and Reside, D. “Off the Tracks: Laying New Lines for Digital Humanities Scholars.” White Paper to NEH Office of Digital Humanities, Level 1 Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant, mediacommonspress, 2011.
Reviews, Other Articles, and Notes
• Clement, Tanya and Roy, Loriene, “HiPSTAS: An Institute Advancing Tools for Analyzing Digital Audio Collections,” American Indian Library Association Newsletter 36 (2013): 8-15.
• Clement, T. “Introducing High Performance Sound Technologies for Access and Scholarship.” The International Association of Sound and Audiovisual Archives Journal (September 2013) 41: 21-28.
• Clement, T. “Half-Baked: The State of Evaluation in the Digital Humanities.” Review. American Literary History 24.4 (Winter 2012).
• Clement, T. “The Baroness in little magazine history.” In “Dropping the Baroness in the middle.” Special feature. Jacket2. June 2011. Available online.
• Editor. “Dropping the Baroness in the middle.” Special feature. Jacket2. June 2011.