DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2016 10.4

Articles

Language DNA: Visualizing a Language Decomposition
Adam James Bradley, University of Waterloo; Travis Kirton, University of Calgary; Mark Hancock, University of Waterloo; Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary

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The Archive as Repertoire: Transience and Sustainability in Digital Archives
Miguel Escobar Varela, National University of Singapore

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Digital library search preferences amongst historians and genealogists: British History Online user survey
Adam Crymble, University of Hertfordshire

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Machine Reading the Primeros Libros
Hannah Alpert-Abrams, University of Texas at Austin

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Information access in the art history domain: Evaluating a federated search engine for Rembrandt research
Suzan Verberne, Radboud University; Lou Boves, Radboud University; Antal van den Bosch, Radboud University

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Attention Ecology: Trend Circulation and the Virality Threshold
Nicholas M Van Horn, Capital University; Aaron Beveridge, Beveridge; Sean Morey, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

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A Macroscope for Global History: Seshat Global History Databank, a methodological overview
Pieter François, University of Hertfordshire, University of Oxford; J.G. Manning, Yale University; Harvey Whitehouse, University of Oxford; Rob Brennan, Trinity College Dublin; Thomas Currie, University of Exeter, Penryn Campus; Kevin Feeney, Trinity College Dublin; Peter Turchin, University of Connecticut

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Racial Proxies in Daily News: A Case Study of the Use of Directional Euphemisms
Timothy Messer-Kruse, Bowling Green State University

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Obama’s Sixth Annual Address: Image, Affordance, Flow
Dan Faltesek, Oregon State University

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Case Studies

Developing a Qualitative Coding Analysis of Visual Artwork for Humanities Research
Tina Budzise-Weaver, Texas A&M University

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Issues in Digital Humanities

The Digital Future of Humanities through the Lens of DIY Culture
Henriette Roued-Cunlife, University of Copenhagen

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Reviews

Complex Modeling and You: A Review of Would-Be Worlds by John L. Casti (New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1997)
Erik Kenneth Shell, University of California Los Angeles

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Author Biographies