DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

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Acknowledgements and Dedications, 2009: v3 n1
Gregory Crane, Tufts University; Brent Seales, University of Kentucky; Melissa Terras, University College London
Advances in Digital Music Iconography: Benchmarking the detection of musical instruments in unrestricted, non-photorealistic images from the artistic domain, 2021: v15 n1
Matthia Sabatelli, Montefiore Institute; Nikolay Banar, University of Antwerp; Marie Cocriamont, Royal Museums of Art and History, Brussels; Eva Coudyzer, Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage; Karine Lasaracina, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels; Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp; Pierre Geurts, University of Liège; Mike Kestemont, University of Antwerp
[en]Advances in the Study of 16th-century Road Networks in the Iberian Peninsula: Applying SIGH to the History of Architecture, 2020: v14 n2
Patricia Ferreira-Lopes, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Sevilla
Affective Absence: Risks in the Institutionalization of the FemTechNet Archive, 2019: v13 n2
Dr. Jeanie Austin, San Francisco Public Library
Afrofuturist Intellectual Mixtapes: A Classroom Case Study , 2021: v15 n1
Tyechia L. Thompson, Virginia Tech; Dashiel Carrera, Virginia Tech
The Age Old Question: A Review of What is Digital History? by Hannu Salmi, 2021: v15 n3
Tracy L. Barnett, University of Georgia
An Agent-based Model for the Humanities, 2013: v7 n1
Belinda Roman, St. Mary's University
Agent-Based Modeling and Historical Simulation, 2014: v8 n4
Michael Gavin, University of South Carolina
All and Each: A Socio-Technical Review of the Europeana Project, 2017: v11 n3
Rhiannon Stephanie Bettivia, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Elizabeth Stainforth, University of Leeds
All Hope Abandon: Biblical Text and Interactive Fiction, 2007: v1 n2
Eric Eve, Harris Manchester College, University of Oxford
All Relate to Art: The William Blake Archive and Its Web of Relations, 2018: v12 n1
Michael Fox, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill; Joseph Fletcher, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
The Almanac Archive: Theorizing Marginalia and Duplicate Copies in the Digital Realm, 2016: v10 n1
Lindsey Eckert, Georgia State University; Julia Grandison, University of Toronto
[en]Analyzing the interlocking spatio-temporal scales of a forest: from geographic information systems to the SyMoGIH method (Avesnois, France), 2018: v12 n1
Marie Delcourte-Debarre, Université de Valenciennes et du Hainaut-Cambrésis
Annotating our Environs with the Sound and Sight of Numbers: The DataScapes Project, 2021: v15 n1
John Bonnett, Brock University; Joe Bolton, Business Insight 3; William Ralph, Brock University; Amy Legault, Billyard Insurance Group; Erin MacAfee, University of Ottawa; Michael Winter, Brock University; Chris Jaques, Badal.io; Mark Anderson, Independent Consultant
Annotating ritual in ancient Greek tragedy: a bottom-up approach in action, 2021: v15 n1
Gloria Mugelli, Laboratorio di Antropologia del Mondo Antico, Università di Pisa; Federico Boschetti, CoPhiLab, ILC, CNR Pisa; Andrea Bellandi, CoPhiLab, ILC, CNR Pisa; Riccardo Del Gratta, CoPhiLab, ILC, CNR Pisa; Anas Fahad Khan, CoPhiLab, ILC, CNR Pisa; Andrea Taddei, Laboratorio di Antropologia del Mondo Antico, Università di Pisa
Aporias of the Digital Avant-Garde, 2007: v1 n2
Steve F. Anderson, University of Southern California
The App-Maker Model: An Embodied Expansion of Mobile Cyberinfrastructure, 2016: v10 n3
Brett Oppegaard, University of Hawaii; Michael Rabby, Washington State University Vancouver
An Approach to Designing Project-Based Digital Humanities Internships, 2021: v15 n3
Clayton McCarl, University of North Florida
[en]Approaches to the Digital Humanities Scene in Brazil, 2020: v14 n2
Cláudio José Silva Ribeiro, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro — Unirio; Suemi Higuchi, Fundação Getulio Vargas; Luis Antonio Coelho Ferla, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
[pt]Apresentação - Edição especial da DHQ em português, 2020: v14 n2
Luis Ferla, Universidade Federal de São Paulo; Cecily Raynor, Universidade McGill
[pt]Aproximações ao cenário das humanidades digitais no Brasil, 2020: v14 n2
Cláudio José Silva Ribeiro, Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro — Unirio; Suemi Higuchi, Fundação Getulio Vargas; Luis Antonio Coelho Ferla, Universidade Federal de São Paulo
Archival Liveness: Designing with Collections Before and During Cataloguing and Digitization, 2015: v9 n3
Tom Schofield, Culture Lab, Newcastle University; David Kirk, Digital Interactions Group, Newcastle University; Telmo Amaral, Digital Interactions Group, Newcastle University; Marian Dörk, Potsdam University of Applied Sciences, Institute for Urban Futures; Mitchell Whitelaw, Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra; Guy Schofield, Digital Interactions Group, Newcastle University; Thomas Ploetz, Digital Interactions Group, Newcastle University
The Archive as Repertoire: Transience and Sustainability in Digital Archives , 2016: v10 n4
Miguel Escobar Varela, National University of Singapore
Archives, Information Infrastructure, and Maintenance Work, 2022: v16 n1
Ciaran B. Trace, The University of Texas at Austin
As You Can See: Applying Visual Collaborative Filtering to Works of Art, 2008: v2 n1
Gerhard Jan Nauta, Leiden University
Attention Ecology: Trend Circulation and the Virality Threshold, 2016: v10 n4
Nicholas M Van Horn, Capital University; Aaron Beveridge, University of Florida; Sean Morey, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Audiated Annotation from the Middle Ages to the Open Web, 2021: v15 n1
Tanya E. Clement, University of Texas at Austin; Liz Fischer, University of Texas at Austin
Audiovisualities out of Annotation: Three Case Studies in Teaching Digital Annotation with Mediate, 2021: v15 n1
Joel Burges, University of Rochester; Solvegia Armoskaite, University of Rochester; Tiamat Fox, University of Rochester; Darren Mueller, University of Rochester; Joshua Romphf, University of Rochester; Emily Sherwood, University of Rochester; Madeline Ullrich, University of Rochester
Automated Pattern Analysis in Gesture Research: Similarity Measuring in 3D Motion Capture Models of Communicative Action, 2017: v11 n2
Daniel Schüller, Natural Media Lab, Human Technology Centre, RWTH Aachen University; Christian Beecks, University of Münster; Marwan Hassani, Data Management and Exploration Group, RWTH Aachen University; Jennifer Hinnell, Department of Linguistics, University of Alberta; Bela Brenger, Natural Media Lab, Human Technology Centre, RWTH Aachen University; Thomas Seidl, Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich; Irene Mittelberg, Natural Media Lab, Human Technology Centre, RWTH Aachen University
Automated Transcription of Non-Latin Script Periodicals: A Case Study in the Ottoman Turkish Print Archive, 2022: v16 n2
Suphan Kirmizialtin, NYU Abu Dhabi; David Joseph Wrisley, NYU Abu Dhabi
Automated Visual Content Analysis for Film Studies: Current Status and Challenges, 2020: v14 n4
Kader Pustu-Iren, Leibniz Information Centre of Science and Technology (TIB), Hannover, Germany; Julian Sittel, Institute for Film, Theatre and Empirical Cultural Studies, University of Mainz, Germany; Roman Mauer, Institute for Film, Theatre and Empirical Cultural Studies, University of Mainz, Germany; Oksana Bulgakowa, Institute for Film, Theatre and Empirical Cultural Studies, University of Mainz, Germany; Ralph Ewerth, Leibniz Information Centre of Science and Technology (TIB), Hannover, Germany; L3S Research Center, Leibniz University Hannover, Germany
Automatic Identification of Types of Alterations in Historical Manuscripts, 2021: v15 n2
David Lassner, Machine Learning Group, Technische Universität Berlin; Anne Baillot, Le Mans Université; Sergej Dogadov, Machine Learning Group, Technische Universität Berlin; Klaus-Robert Müller, Machine Learning Group, Technische Universität Berlin; Berlin Big Data Center; Germany Department of Brain and Cognitive Engineering, Korea University; Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik; Germany Berliner Zentrum für Maschinelles Lernen; Shinichi Nakajima, Machine Learning Group, Technische Universität Berlin; Germany Berlin Big Data Center; RIKEN Center for AIP
[pt]Avanços no estudo das redes de itinerários da Península Ibérica no século XVI. Aplicando os SIGH para estudar a história da arquitetura, 2020: v14 n2
Patricia Ferreira-Lopes, Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de la Universidad de Sevilla
Avatar Emergency, 2011: v5 n3
Gregory L. Ulmer, Professor of English and Media Studies University of Florida, Gainesville
Avatari: Disruption and Imago in Video Games, 2009: v3 n3
Elizabeth Sandifer, University of Florida

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Because It's Not There: Ekphrasis and the Threat of Graphics in Interactive Fiction, 2011: v5 n1
Aaron Kashtan, Department of English, University of Florida
Behind the Scenes of a Dissertation in Comics Form, 2015: v9 n4
Nick Sousanis, University of Calgary
[en]Between words and music: towards a digital methodology for analysing song settings of the poems of Charles Baudelaire, 2018: v12 n1
Caroline Ardrey, The University of Birmingham; Mylène Dubiau, Université de Toulouse — Jean Jaurès; Helen Abbott, The University of Birmingham
Beyond Gutenberg: Transcending the Document Paradigm in Digital Humanities, 2014: v8 n4
David Schloen, University of Chicago; Sandra Schloen, University of Chicago
Beyond Representation: Embodied Expression and Social Me-dia, 2012: v6 n2
Lissa Holloway-Attaway, Blekinge Tekniska Högskola
Beyond the Margins: Intersectionality and the Digital Humanities, 2015: v9 n2
Roopika Risam, Salem State University
Beyond the Word: Immersion, Art, and Theory in Environmental and Digital Humanities Prototyping, 2021: v15 n2
Hanna Musiol, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
BigDIVA and Networked Browsing: A Case for Generous Interfacing and Joyous Searching, 2018: v12 n2
Joel Schneier, North Carolina State University; Timothy Stinson, North Carolina State University; Matthew Davis, McMaster University
Book Review: Digital Sound Studies (2018) , 2021: v15 n1
Tracey El Hajj, University of Victoria
Books Aren't Dead: Resurrecting Audio Technology and Feminist Digital Humanities Approaches to Publication and Authorship, 2021: v15 n1
Emily Edwards, Bowling Green State University; Robin Hershkowitz, Bowling Green State University
The Boundless Book: A Conversation between the Pre-modern and Posthuman, 2013: v7 n1
Alison Tara Walker, Saint Louis University
Building a Student-Centered (Digital) Learning Community With Undergraduates, 2017: v11 n3
Danica Savonick, The Graduate Center, CUNY; Lisa Tagliaferri, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Building a Toolkit for Digital Pedagogy, 2017: v11 n3
Alex Christie, Brock University
Building A Volunteer Community: Results and Findings from Transcribe Bentham , 2012: v6 n2
Tim Causer, Bentham Project, University College London; Valerie Wallace, Bentham Project, University College London,and Center for History and Economics, Harvard University
Building Better Digital Humanities Tools: Toward broader audiences and user-centered designs, 2012: v6 n2
Fred Gibbs, George Mason University; Trevor Owens, Library of Congress
Building Bridges: Collaboration between Computer Sciences and Media Studies in a Television Archive Project, 2019: v13 n3
Jasmijn Van Gorp, Utrecht University; Marc Bron, Schibsted
Building Pedagogy into Project Development: Making Data Construction Visible in Digital Projects, 2019: v13 n2
Courtney Rivard, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Taylor Arnold, University of Richmond; Lauren Tilton, University of Richmond
Building the Women in Book History Bibliography, or Digital Enumerative Bibliography as Preservation of Feminist Labor., 2019: v13 n3
Cait Coker, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Kate Ozment, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Burying Dead Projects: Depositing the Globalization Compendium, 2014: v8 n2
Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta; Shawn Day, University College Cork; Joyce Yu, University of Alberta; Maureen Engel, University of Alberta
By the People, For the People: Assessing the Value of Crowdsourced, User-Generated Metadata, 2015: v9 n1
Christina Manzo, Simmons College, USA; Geoff Kaufman, Tiltfactor Laboratory, Dartmouth College, USA; Sukdith Punjasthitkul, Tiltfactor Laboratory, Dartmouth College, USA; Mary Flanagan, Tiltfactor Laboratory, Dartmouth College, USA

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Calamari − A High-Performance Tensorflow-based Deep Learning Package for Optical Character Recognition, 2020: v14 n2
Christoph Wick, Universität Würzburg, Chair of Computer Science VI; Christian Reul, Centre for Philology and Digitality; University of Würzburg; Frank Puppe, Universität Würzburg, Chair of Computer Science VI
Can an author style be unveiled through word distribution?, 2021: v15 n1
Giulia Benotto, Extra Group
[es]Cartografías de la sociedad red, 2018: v12 n1
Paulo Antonio Gatica Cote, Universidad de Salamanca
[en]Cartographies of the Network Society, 2018: v12 n1
Paulo Antonio Gatica Cote, Universidad de Salamanca
A Case Study Protocol for Meta-Research into Digital Practices in the Humanities, 2020: v14 n3
Maciej Maryl, Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; Costis Dallas, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto; Digital Curation Unit, IMSI-Athena Research Centre; Jennifer Edmond, School of Languages Literatures and Cultural Studies, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; DARIAH -EU; Jessie Labov, Center for Media, Data, and Society, Central European University, Hungary; Ingrida Kelpšienė, Vilnius University Faculty of Communication; Michelle Doran, Trinity College Dublin; Marta Kołodziejska, Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland; Klaudia Grabowska, Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland
Cervantes Project: The Digital Quixote Iconography Collection, 2009: v3 n3
Eduardo Urbina, Texas A&M University; Richard Furuta, Texas A&M University; Steven E. Smith, Texas A&M University
Changes in Lyrical and Hit Diversity of Popular U.S. Songs 1956-2016, 2019: v13 n4
Peter Meindertsma, Department of Language Technology - Computational Linguistics, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Character Recognition Of Seventeenth-Century Spanish American Notary Records Using Deep Learning, 2021: v15 n4
Nouf Alrasheed, Department of Computer Science. & Electrical Engineering. University of Missouri-Kansas City; Praveen Rao, Department of Health Management & Informatics, Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. University of Missouri-Columbia; Viviana Grieco, Department of History. University of Missouri-Kansas City
Circling around texts and language: towards pragmatic modelling in Digital Humanities, 2016: v10 n3
Arianna Ciula, University of Roehampton; Cristina Marras, Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e Storia delle Idee, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Citation in Classical Studies, 2009: v3 n1
Neel Smith, College of the Holy Cross
[en]Citizen Laboratories and Digital Humanities, 2018: v12 n1
Paola Ricaurte Quijano, Tecnológico de Monterrey
Classics in the Million Book Library, 2009: v3 n1
Gregory Crane, Tufts University; Alison Babeu, Tufts University; David Bamman, Tufts University; Thomas Breuel, Technical University of Kaiserslautern; Lisa Cerrato, Tufts University; Daniel Deckers, Hamburg University; Anke Lüdeling, Humboldt-University, Berlin; David Mimno, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Rashmi Singhal, Tufts University; David A. Smith, University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Amir Zeldes, Humboldt-University, Berlin
Classifying and Contextualizing Edits in Variants with Coleto: Three Versions of Andy Weir’s The Martian, 2021: v15 n4
Erik Ketzan, Trinity College Dublin; Christof Schöch, University of Trier
Coca-Cola: An Icon of the American Way of Life. An Iterative Text Mining Workflow for Analyzing Advertisements in Dutch Twentieth-Century Newspapers, 2017: v11 n4
Melvin Wevers, DH Group, KNAW HUC, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Jesper Verhoef, TU Delft, Delft, The Netherlands
Code as Ritualized Poetry: The Tactics of the Transborder Immigrant Tool, 2013: v7 n1
Mark C. Marino, University of Southern California
Collaboration in Digital Humanities Research – Persisting Silences, 2018: v12 n1
Gabriele Griffin, Uppsala University; Matt Steven Hayler, Birmingham University, UK
Collaboration Must Be Fundamental or It's Not Going to Work: an Oral History Conversation between Harold Short and Julianne Nyhan , 2012: v6 n3
Harold Short, King's College London and University of Western Sydney; Julianne Nyhan, University College London; Anne Welsh, University College London; Jessica Salmon, University of Trier
Comic Book Markup Language: An Introduction and Rationale, 2012: v6 n1
John A. Walsh, Indiana University
Communitizing Electronic Literature, 2009: v3 n2
Scott Rettberg, The University of Bergen Dept. of Literary, Linguistic, and Aesthetic Studies
Comparative K-Pop Choreography Analysis through Deep-Learning Pose Estimation across a Large Video Corpus, 2021: v15 n1
Peter Broadwell, Stanford University; Timothy R. Tangherlini, University of Calfornia, Berkeley
Comparative rates of text reuse in classical Latin hexameter poetry, 2015: v9 n3
Neil Bernstein, Ohio University; Kyle Gervais, University of Western Ontario; Wei Lin, Ohio University
Compounded Mediation: A Data Archaeology of the Newspaper Navigator Dataset, 2021: v15 n4
Benjamin Lee, The Library of Congress & The University of Washington
Computational Linguistics and Classical Lexicography, 2009: v3 n1
David Bamman, Tufts University; Gregory Crane, Tufts University
Computational Stylistic Analysis of Popular Songs of Japanese Female Singer-songwriters, 2014: v8 n1
Takafumi Suzuki, Toyo University; Mai Hosoya, Toyo University
Computer Vision and the Creation of a Database of Printers’ Ornaments, 2021: v15 n1
Hazel Wilkinson, University of Birmingham, UK; James Briggs, Graphcore; Dirk Gorissen, Machine Learning Ltd.
Computers, Comics and Cult Status: A Forensics of Digital Graphic Novels, 2014: v8 n3
Jaime Lee Kirtz, University of Colorado
Conclusion: Cyberinfrastructure, the Scaife Digital Library and Classics in a Digital age, 2009: v3 n1
Christopher Blackwell, Furman University; Gregory Crane, Tufts University
Conjectural Criticism: Computing Past and Future Texts, 2009: v3 n4
Kari Kraus, College of Information Studies and Department of English, University of Maryland
[en]The Conquest of Jerusalem: by Cervantes? Styometric analysis on authorship in the Golden Age Spanish theater, 2018: v12 n1
José Calvo Tello, Universidad de Würzburg; Juan Cerezo Soler, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Continuous Integration and Unit Testing of Digital Editions, 2017: v11 n4
Bridget Almas, The Alpheios Project, Ltd.; Thibault Clérice, Centre Jean-Mabillon (École des chartes) - PSL
Covers and Corpus wanted! Some Digital Humanities Fragments , 2016: v10 n3
Claire Clivaz, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
Crafting in Games, 2017: v11 n4
April Grow, University of California Santa Cruz; Melanie Dickinson, University of California Santa Cruz; Johnathan Pagnutti, University of California Santa Cruz; Noah Wardrip-Fruin, University of California Santa Cruz; Michael Mateas, University of California Santa Cruz
Crafting the User-Centered Document Interface: The Hypertext Editing System (HES) and the File Retrieval and Editing System (FRESS), 2010: v4 n1
Belinda Barnet, Lecturer in Media at Swinburne University Melbourne, in association with Smart Services CRC.
Creating a regional DH community – A Case Study of the RedHD, 2015: v9 n3
Isabel Galina Russell, Instituto de Investigaciones Bibliotecológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)
Creating Spaces for Interdisciplinary Research across Literature, Neuroscience, and DH: A Case Study of The Digital Humanities and Literary Cognition Lab (DHLC), 2020: v14 n3
Natalie Philips, Michigan State University; Alexander Babbitt, Michigan State University; Soohyun Cho, Michigan State University; Jessica Kane, Albion College; Cody Mejeur, University at Buffalo; Craig Pearson, Michigan State University
Creative Data Literacy: A Constructionist Approach to Teaching Information Visualization , 2018: v12 n4
Catherine D'Ignazio, Emerson College; Rahul Bhargava, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Criminal Code: Procedural Logic and Rhetorical Excess in Videogames, 2013: v7 n1
Mark L. Sample, George Mason University
[en]Criminocorpus. A digital project for History of Justice, 2018: v12 n1
Marc Renneville, CLAMOR. Center for Digital Humanities and History of Justice (CNRS); Jean-Lucien Sanchez, CLAMOR. Center for Digital Humanities and History of Justice (CNRS); Sophie Victorien, CLAMOR. Center for Digital Humanities and History of Justice (CNRS)
[fr]Criminocorpus. Un projet numérique pour l'histoire de la justice, 2018: v12 n1
Marc Renneville, CLAMOR. Center for Digital Humanities and History of Justice (CNRS); Jean-Lucien Sanchez, CLAMOR. Center for Digital Humanities and History of Justice (CNRS); Sophie Victorien, CLAMOR. Center for Digital Humanities and History of Justice (CNRS)
Critically engaging with data visualization through an information literacy framework, 2018: v12 n4
Steven Braun, Northeastern University Library, Digital Scholarship Group
Crowdsourcing Image Extraction and Annotation: Software Development and Case Study, 2020: v14 n2
Ana Jofre, SUNY Polytechnic; Vincent Berardi, Chapman University; Kathleen P.J. Brennan, University of Queensland; Aisha Cornejo, ; Carl Bennett, ; John Harlan,
A Culture of non-citation: Assessing the digital impact of British History Online and the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership, 2017: v11 n1
Jonathan Blaney, Institute of Historical Research, University of London; Judith Siefring, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford
[pt]Curadoria Digital e Custos – Exploração de abordagens e perceções, 2020: v14 n2
Luís Corujo, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos; Jorge Revez, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos; Carlos Guardado da Silva, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos
Curating Crowds: A Review of Crowdsourcing Our Cultural Heritage (Ashgate, 2014), 2019: v13 n1
Victoria Van Hyning, Library of Congress
Curating Digital Spaces, Making Visual Arguments: A Case Study in New Media Presentations of Ancient Objects, 2013: v7 n2
Daniel Price, University of Houston; Rex Koontz, University of Houston; Lauren Lovings, Independent scholar
Curating Electronic Literature as Critical and Scholarly Practice, 2014: v8 n4
Dene Grigar, Washington State University Vancouver
cut to fit the toolspun course, 2013: v7 n1
Nick Montfort, MIT; Stephanie Strickland, Independent scholar
Cyberinfrastructure for Classical Philology, 2009: v3 n1
Gregory Crane, Tufts University; Brent Seales, University of Kentucky; Melissa Terras, University College London

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Data Assemblages: A Call to Conceptualize Materiality in the Academic Ecosystem, 2015: v9 n2
Nabeel Siddiqui, College of William and Mary
[en]Data Geovisualization and Open and Citizen Science - the LindaGeo Platform Prototype, 2020: v14 n2
Sarita Albagli, Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia (IBICT); Hesley Py, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE); Allan Yu Iwama, Universidad de Los Lagos - Centro de Estudios del Desarrollo Regional y Políticas Públicas (CEDER)
The Data Sprint Approach: Exploring the field of Digital Humanities through Amazon’s Application Programming Interface, 2015: v9 n3
David M. Berry, University of Sussex; Erik Borra, University of Amsterdam; Anne Helmond, University of Amsterdam; Jean-Christophe Plantin, London School of Economics and Political Science; Jill Walker Rettberg, University of Bergen
Deconstructing Bricolage: Interactive Online Analysis of Compiled Texts with Factotum, 2015: v9 n1
Tomas Zahora, Monash University; Dmitri Nikulin, Google; Constant J. Mews, Monash University; David Squire, Monash University
Decoupling Quality Control and Publication: The Digital Latin Library and the Traveling Imprimatur., 2019: v13 n4
Samuel J. Huskey, University of Oklahoma; Jeffrey C. Witt, Loyola University Maryland
Deformin' in the Rain: How (and Why) to Break a Classic Film , 2021: v15 n1
Jason Mittell, Middlebury College
Dendrography and Art History: a computer-assisted analysis of Cézanne’s Bathers., 2019: v13 n3
Melinda Weinstein, Lawrence Technological University; Edward Voss, University of Iowa; David Soll, University of Iowa
A Design Methodology for Web-based Sound Archives, 2014: v8 n2
Annie Murray, University of Calgary; Jared Wiercinski, Concordia University
The Design of an International Social Media Event: A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities, 2012: v6 n2
Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta; Peter Organisciak, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Megan Meredith-Lobay, University of Alberta; Kamal Ranaweera, University of Alberta; Stan Ruecker, Illinois Institute of Technology; Julianne Nyhan, University College London
Designing Choreographies for the New Economy of Attention , 2009: v3 n2
Eric Gordon, Emerson College; David Bogen, Rhode Island School of Design
Designing Data Mining Droplets: New Interface Objects for the Humanities Scholar, 2009: v3 n3
Stan Ruecker, University of Alberta, Canada; Milena Radzikowska, Mount Royal College, Canada; Stéfan Sinclair, McMaster University, Canada
Detecting and Characterising Transmission from Legacy Collection Catalogues, 2022: v16 n2
James Baker, University of Southampton; Andrew Salway, Sussex Humanities Lab, University of Sussex; Cynthia Roman, Lewis Walpole Library
Determining Value for Digital Humanities Tools: Report on a Survey of Tool Developers , 2010: v4 n2
Susan Schreibman, Digital Humanities Observatory; Ann M. Hanlon, Marquette University
[en]Developing a Process-Oriented, Inclusive Pedagogy: At the Intersection of Digital Humanities, Second Language Acquisition, and New Literacies, 2020: v14 n1
Melinda A. Cro, Kansas State University; Sara K. Kearns, Kansas State University
Developing a Qualitative Coding Analysis of Visual Artwork for Humanities Research, 2016: v10 n4
Tina Budzise-Weaver, Texas A&M University
Developing Geographically Oriented NLP Approaches to Sixteenth–Century Historical Documents: Digging into Early Colonial Mexico, 2020: v14 n4
Diego Jiménez–Badillo, Museo del Templo Mayor, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Patricia Murrieta–Flores, Digital Humanities Hub–History Department, Lancaster University; Bruno Martins, The Instituto de Engenharia de Sistemas e Computadores, Investigação e Desenvolvimento em Lisboa, INESC–ID, University of Lisbon; Ian Gregory, Digital Humanities Hub–History Department, Lancaster University; Mariana Favila-Vázquez, Museo del Templo Mayor, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia; Raquel Liceras-Garrido, Digital Humanities Hub–History Department, Lancaster University
Developing Research through Podcasts: Circulating Spaces, A Case Study, 2021: v15 n3
Christian Howard-Sukhil, University of California, Berkeley; Samantha Wallace, University of Virginia; Ankita Chakrabarti, University of Virginia
DH for History Students: A Case Study at the Facultad de Filosofía y Letras (National Autonomous University of Mexico) , 2017: v11 n3
Adriana Álvarez Sánchez, National Autonomous University of Mexico; Miriam Peña Pimentel, National Autonomous University of Mexico
DH Moments, Caribbean Considerations: On Reaction, Response, and Relevance in the Digital Humanities, 2019: v13 n3
Kelly Baker Josephs, York College and The Graduate Center, City University of New York
DH2018: A Space to Build Bridges, 2019: v13 n1
Molly Nebiolo, Northeastern University; Gregory J. Palermo, Northeastern University
DHBeNeLux: Incubator for Digital Humanities in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, 2017: v11 n4
Joris van Zundert, Huygens Institute for the History of the Netherlands, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences; Sally Chambers, Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities, Ghent University; Mike Kestemont, Antwerp University; Marijn Koolen, Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; Catherine Jones, University of Luxembourg
DHQ in the Public Eye, 2007: v1 n2
Melissa Terras, University College London
DHQ Statement on Black Lives Matter and Structural Racism, 2020: v14 n1
DHQ editorial team, Association for Computers and the Humanities
Diachronic trends in Homeric translations, 2017: v11 n2
Yuri Bizzoni, University of Gothenburg; Marianne Reboul, Université Paris-Sorbonne; Angelo Del Grosso, Institute for Computational Liguistics A. Zampolli
Digital Caricature, 2014: v8 n3
Sean Sturm, The University of Auckland; Stephen Francis Turner, The University of Auckland
The Digital Classicist: building a Digital Humanities Community, 2017: v11 n3
Simon Mahony, University College London
Digital Collaborations: A Survey Analysis of Digital Humanities Partnerships Between Librarians and Other Academics, 2019: v13 n4
Jessica Wagner Webster, Baruch College, City University of New York
Digital Criticism: Editorial Standards for the Homer Multitext , 2009: v3 n1
Casey Dué, University of Houston, Texas; Mary Ebbott, College of the Holy Cross
[en]Digital Curation and its Costs: A Study of Practices and Insights, 2020: v14 n2
Luís Corujo, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos; Jorge Revez, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos; Carlos Guardado da Silva, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Letras, Centro de Estudos Clássicos
Digital Editions and Version Numbering, 2020: v14 n2
Paul A. Broyles, North Carolina State University
Digital Encoding as a Hermeneutic and Semiotic Act: The Case of Valerio Magrelli, 2010: v4 n1
Domenico Fiormonte, Università Roma Tre, Dipartimento di Italianistica; Valentina Martiradonna, Università di Roma, La Sapienza; Desmond Schmidt, Queensland University of Technology, Information Security Institute
The Digital Future is Now: A Call to Action for the Humanities, 2009: v3 n4
Christine L. Borgman, Professor & Presidential Chair in Information Studies, UCLA
The Digital Future of Humanities through the Lens of DIY Culture, 2016: v10 n4
Henriette Roued-Cunlife, University of Copenhagen
Digital Geography and Classics, 2009: v3 n1
Tom Elliott, New York University; Sean Gillies, New York University
[en]Digital Humanities and Natural Language Processing: Je t’aime... Moi non plus, 2020: v14 n2
Barbara McGillivray, The Alan Turing Institute and University of Cambridge; Thierry Poibeau, CNRS / Ecole normale supérieure — PSL/ Université Sorbonne nouvelle; Pablo Ruiz Fabo, Laboratoire LiLPa, Université de Strasbourg
A Digital Humanities Approach to Narrative Voice in The Secret Scripture: Proposing a New Research Method, 2014: v8 n2
Sonia Howell, University of Notre Dame, USA; Margaret Kelleher, University College Dublin (UCD); Aja Teehan, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland; John Keating, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
Digital Humanities as Epistemic Cultures: How DH Labs Make Knowledge, Objects, and Subjects, 2020: v14 n3
James W. Malazita, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Ezra J. Teboul, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Hined Rafeh, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Digital Humanities, Copyright Law, and the Literary, 2013: v7 n1
Robin Wharton, Independent Scholar
Digital Humanities in the 21st Century: Digital Material as a Driving Force , 2016: v10 n2
Niels Brügger, The Centre for Internet Studies, and NetLab Aarhus University
Digital Humanities on Reserve: From Reading Room to Laboratory at Yale University Library, 2020: v14 n3
Catherine DeRose, Yale University; Peter Leonard, Yale University
Digital Humanities, Postfoundationalism, Postindustrial Culture, 2014: v8 n1
James Smithies, University of Canterbury
Digital Humanities Quarterly Special Cluster on Arts and Humanities e-Science, 2009: v3 n4
Stuart Dunn, Centre for e-Research, King's College London; Tobias Blanke, Centre for e-Research, King's College London
Digital Literature and the Modernist Problem, 2011: v5 n3
Maria Engberg, Blekinge Institute of Technology; Jay David Bolter, Georgia Institute of Technology
Digital Methods and Classical Studies, 2016: v10 n2
Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo; Neil W. Bernstein, Ohio University
Digital Oulipo: Programming Potential Literature, 2017: v11 n3
Natalie Berkman, Princeton University
Digital Pedagogy Unplugged, 2011: v5 n3
Paul Fyfe, Florida State University
Digital Surrealism: Visualizing Walt Disney Animation Studios, 2017: v11 n1
Kevin L. Ferguson, Queens College / CUNY
[en]Digital text: hermeneutic issues , 2018: v12 n1
Jean Guy Meunier, Université du Québec à Montréal
Digitizing Latin Incunabula: Challenges, Methods, and Possibilities, 2009: v3 n1
Jeffrey A. Rydberg-Cox, University of Missouri-Kansas City
Distracted Reading: Acts of Attention in the Age of the Internet, 2018: v12 n2
Marion Thain, King's College London
Distributed reading: Literary reading in diverse environments, 2018: v12 n2
Tully Barnett, Flinders University
Do You Want to Save Your Progress?: The Role of Professional and Player Communities in Preserving Virtual Worlds, 2012: v6 n2
Kari Kraus, University of Maryland; Rachel Donahue, University of Maryland
Does your historical collection need a database-driven website?, 2015: v9 n1
Adam Crymble, University of Hertfordshire, United Kingdom
Done: Finishing Projects in the Digital Humanities, 2009: v3 n2
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, University of Maryland

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The e Prefix: e-Science, e-Art & the New Creativity, 2009: v3 n4
Gregory Sporton, Director, Visualisation Research Unit, School of Art, Birmingham City University
The Ebook Imagination, 2022: v16 n1
Simon Peter Rowberry, Department of Information Studies, University College London
Edition, Project, Database, Archive, Thematic Research Collection: What's in a Name?, 2009: v3 n3
Kenneth M. Price, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
[en]Editorializing the Greek Anthology: The palatin manuscript as a collective imaginary, 2020: v14 n1
Marcello Vitali-Rosati, University of Montreal; Servanne Monjour, University of Montreal; Joana Casenave, University of Montreal; Elsa Bouchard, University of Montreal; Margot Mellet, University of Montreal
[en]Editors' Introduction, 2018: v12 n1
Ernesto Priani Saiso, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); Elena Gonzalez-Blanco García, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
[sp]El Catálogo Colectivo de Marcas de Fuego. Avatares para conformar su canon de autoridades, 2020: v14 n4
Mercedes I. Salomón Salazar, México - Biblioteca Histórica José María Lafragua; Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Encoding for Endangered Tibetan Texts, 2007: v1 n1
Linda E. Patrik, Department of Philosophy, Union College
The Ends of Editing, 2009: v3 n3
Peter M. W. Robinson, University of Birmingham
An Enlightenment Utopia: The Network of Sociability in Corinne, 2017: v11 n2
Chloe Edmondson, Stanford University
Enlisting Vertues Noble & Excelent: Behavior, Credit, and Knowledge Organization in the Social Edition, 2015: v9 n2
Constance Crompton, University of British Columbia, Okanagan; Raymond Siemens, University of Victoria; Alyssa Arbuckle, University of Victoria; Implementing New Knowledge Environment (INKE)
[fr]Entre musique et lettres : vers une méthodologie numérique pour l’analyse de la mise en musique des poésies de Charles Baudelaire, 2018: v12 n1
Caroline Ardrey, The University of Birmingham; Mylène Dubiau, Université de Toulouse — Jean Jaurès; Helen Abbott, The University of Birmingham
Environing Media: A Review of Nicole Starosielski’s The Undersea Network, 2017: v11 n3
Madison Percy Jones, University of Florida
Envisioning the Digital Humanities, 2012: v6 n1
Patrik Svensson, University of Umeå
Epigraphy in 2017, 2009: v3 n1
Hugh Cayless, University of North Carolina; Charlotte Roueché, King's College London; Tom Elliott, New York University; Gabriel Bodard, King's College London
Episodic Theater and the Digital Text: Editing the Traveling Players’ Fortunatus, 2020: v14 n1
Kevin Chovanec, Christian Brothers University
Escaping the Shallows: Deep Reading’s Revival in the Digital Age, 2014: v8 n2
David Dowling, University of Iowa
e-Science for Medievalists: Options, Challenges, Solutions and Opportunities, 2009: v3 n4
Peter Ainsworth, Dept of French and Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield; Michael Meredith, Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield
Experiential Analogies: A Sonic Digital Ekphrasis as a Digital Humanities Project, 2016: v10 n2
Anna Foka, Umeå University; Viktor Arvidsson, Swedish Center for Digital Innovation. Department of Informatics, University of Oslo
Explaining Events to Computers: Critical Quantification, Multiplicity and Narratives in Cultural Heritage, 2016: v10 n3
Stuart Dunn, King’s College London; Mareike Schumacher, Hamburg University
Exploratory Search Through Visual Analysis of Topic Models, 2017: v11 n2
Patrick Jähnichen, Machine Learning Group, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Patrick Oesterling, Image and Signal Processing Group, Leipzig University, Germany; Gerhard Heyer, Natural Language Processing Group, Leipzig University, Germany; Tom Liebmann, Image and Signal Processing Group, Leipzig University, Germany; Gerik Scheuermann, Image and Signal Processing Group, Leipzig University, Germany; Christoph Kuras, Natural Language Processing Group, Leipzig University, Germany
Exploring Citation Networks to Study Intertextuality in Classics, 2016: v10 n2
Matteo Romanello, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin / École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
Exploring Digitised Moving Image Collections: The SEMIA Project, Visual Analysis and the Turn to Abstraction, 2020: v14 n4
Eef Masson, University of Amsterdam / Rathenau Institute; Christian Gosvig Olesen, Utrecht University / University of Amsterdam; Nanne van Noord, University of Amsterdam / Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision; Giovanna Fossati, University of Amsterdam / Eye Filmmuseum
Exploring Film Language with a Digital Analysis Tool: the Case of Kinolab, 2021: v15 n1
Allison Cooper, Bowdoin College; Fernando Nascimento, Bowdoin College; David Francis, Bowdoin College
Exploring Historical RDF with Heml, 2009: v3 n1
Bruce Robertson, Mount Allison University

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Fading Away... The challenge of sustainability in digital studies, 2020: v14 n3
Christine Barats, Cerlis, University of Paris Descartes; Valérie Schafer, C²DH, University of Luxembourg; Andreas Fickers, C²DH, University of Luxembourg
FairCite, 2013: v7 n2
Adam Crymble, Kings College London; Julia Flanders, Northeastern University
Film and Video Analysis in the Digital Humanities – An Interdisciplinary Dialog, 2020: v14 n4
Manuel Burghardt, Leipzig University, Germany; Adelheid Heftberger, Bundesarchiv, Germany; Johannes Pause, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Niels-Oliver Walkowski, Université du Luxembourg, Luxembourg; Matthias Zeppelzauer, St. Pölten University, Austria
Finding and Interpreting Arguments: An Important Challenge for Humanities Computing and Scholarly Practice, 2019: v13 n4
Andrew Ravenscroft, Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London, UK; Colin Allen, History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh, USA; Philosophy, Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China
Finding Narratives in News Flows: The Temporal Dimension of News Stories, : v4 n15
Blanca Calvo Figueras, University of Gronigen; Tommaso Caselli, University of Groningen; Marcel Broersma, Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen
Fitting Personal Interpretation with the Semantic Web: lessons learned from Pliny, 2017: v11 n1
John Bradley, King's College London; Michele Pasin, Springer Nature
The Fold: Rethinking Interactivity in Data Visualization, 2020: v14 n3
Viktoria Brüggemann, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; Mark-Jan Bludau, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; Marian Dörk, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
Foreword, 2009: v3 n1
Gregory Nagy, Harvard University; James O'Donnell, Georgetown University
The Form of the Content: The Digital Archive Nahuatl/Nawat in Central America, 2020: v14 n4
Laura Matthew, Marquette University; Michael Bannister, Independent Programmer Analyst
Forward to the Past: Nostalgia for Handwriting in Scribblenauts and The World Ends with You , 2011: v5 n3
Aaron Kashtan, Department of English University of Florida
Fostering Community Engagement through Datathon Events: The Archives Unleashed Experience, 2021: v15 n1
Samantha Fritz, Department of History, University of Waterloo; Ian Milligan, Department of History, University of Waterloo; Nick Ruest, Digital Scholarship Infrastructure Department, York Univeristy; Jimmy Lin, David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo
Friedrich Kittler's Digital Legacy – PART I - Challenges, Insights and Problem-Solving Approaches in the Editing of Complex Digital Data Collections, 2017: v11 n2
Jürgen Enge, FHNW Academy of Art and Design, Basel; Heinz WernerKramski, German Literature Archive Marbach
From close listening to distant listening: Developing tools for Speech-Music discrimination of Danish music radio , 2021: v15 n1
Iben Have, Aarhus University; Kenneth Enevoldsen, Aarhus University
From Disclaimer to Critique: Race and the Digital Image Archivist, 2017: v11 n3
Kate Holterhoff, Georgia Institute of Technology
From Distracted to Recursive Reading: Facilitating Knowledge Transfer through Annotation Software, 2018: v12 n2
Sarah E. Kersh, Dickinson College; Chelsea Skalak, Dickinson College
From Optical Fiber To Conceptual Cyberinfrastructure, 2011: v5 n1
Patrik Svensson, HUMlab, Umeå University
From Stone to Screen: Digital Revitalization of Ancient Epigraphy, 2016: v10 n1
Lisa Tweten, University of British Columbia; Gwynaeth McIntyre, University of British Columbia; Chelsea Gardner, University of British Columbia
From the Presupposition of Doom to the Manifestation of Code: Using Emulated Citation in the Study of Games and Cultural Software, 2021: v15 n1
Eric Kaltman, Department of Computer Science, California State University Channel Islands; Joseph Osborn, Department of Computer Science, Pomona College; Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Department of Computational Media, University of California, Santa Cruz

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Gender, Race, and Nationality in Black Drama, 1950-2006: Mining Differences in Language Use in Authors and their Characters, 2009: v3 n2
Shlomo Argamon, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago; Charles Cooney, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago; Russell Horton, Digital Library Development Center, University of Chicago; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago; Sterling Stein, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago; Robert Voyer, Powerset
A Genealogy of Distant Reading, 2017: v11 n2
Ted Underwood, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Generous Interfaces for Digital Cultural Collections, 2015: v9 n1
Mitchell Whitelaw, University of Canberra, Australia
[pt]Geovisualização de dados e ciência aberta e cidadã - a experiência da Plataforma LindaGeo, 2020: v14 n2
Sarita Albagli, Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia (IBICT); Hesley Py, Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE); Allan Yu Iwama, Universidad de Los Lagos - Centro de Estudios del Desarrollo Regional y Políticas Públicas (CEDER)
Ghosts in the Machine: a motion-capture experiment in distributed reception, 2018: v12 n3
Helen Slaney, University of Roehampton; Anna Foka, DH Uppsala and Humlab Umeå; Sophie Bocksberger, University of Oxford
GIS and Literary History: Advancing Digital Humanities research through the Spatial Analysis of historical travel writing and topographical literature, 2017: v11 n1
Patricia Murrieta-Flores, Digital Humanities Research Centre, University of Chester; Christopher Donaldson, History Department, Lancaster University; Ian Gregory, History Department, Lancaster University
The Globe is All One: Wars I Have Seen as Proto-Network Narrative, 2011: v5 n2
Stacy Lavin, Independent Scholar
Going Digital: Teaching Crevecoeur in the Twenty-First Century, 2021: v15 n2
Mary Mcaleer Balkun, Seton Hall University; Diana Hope Polley, United States Air Force Academy
Graphic Sublime: On the Art and Designwriting of Kate Armstrong and Michael Tippett, 2012: v6 n2
Joseph Tabbi, University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)
Grid-enabling Humanities Datasets, 2009: v3 n4
Mark Hedges, Centre for e-Research, King’s College London

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Hands-On Reading: An Experiment in Slow Digital Reading, 2021: v15 n2
Aditi Nafde, Newcastle University; Matt Coneys Wainwright, Newcastle University; Kate Court, Newcastle University; Fiona Galston, Newcastle University; James Cummings, Newcastle University; Tiago Sousa Garcia, Newcastle University
Healing the Gap: Digital Humanities Methods for the Virtual Reunification of Split Media and Paper Collections, 2021: v15 n1
Stephanie Sapienza, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities; Eric Hoyt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Matt St. John, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Ed Summers, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities; JJ Bersch, University of Wisconsin-Madison
A Historical Geographic Information System (HGIS) of Nubia Based on the William J. Bankes Archive (1815-1822), 2017: v11 n2
Daniele Salvoldi, Dahlem Research School, Freie Universität Berlin
History, People, and Informatics: A Conversation between Sharon Irish and Wendy Plotkin, 2010: v4 n2
Sharon Irish, Interim Director, Community Informatics Initiative, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Wendy Plotkin, Editor-in-Chief, H-Urban
How do we get to the Humanitarium from here?, 2016: v10 n3
Stan Ruecker, IIT Institute of Design
How Literary Works Exist: Convenient Scholarly Editions, 2009: v3 n3
Peter Shillingsburg, Loyola University Chicago
How Scholars Read Now: When the Signal Is the Noise, 2018: v12 n1
Jennifer Edmond, Trinity College Dublin
How to cite this digital edition?, 2021: v15 n3
Roman Bleier, Centre for Information Modelling, University of Graz
Humanities Approaches to Graphical Display, 2011: v5 n1
Johanna Drucker, Breslauer Professor of Bibliographical Studies Department of Information Studies, UCLA
Humanities Computing as Digital Humanities, 2009: v3 n3
Patrik Svensson, Umeå University
The Humanities HyperMedia Centre @ Acadia University: An Invitation to Think About Higher Education, 2008: v2 n1
Richard Cunningham, Acadia University; David Duke, Acadia University; John Eustace, Acadia University; Anna Galway; Erin Patterson, Acadia University
Humanities Unbound: Supporting Careers and Scholarship Beyond the Tenure Track, 2015: v9 n1
Katina Rogers, The Graduate Center, City University of New York
A Hybrid Model for Managing DH Projects, 2017: v11 n1
Edin Tabak, University of Zenica

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The Imaginary Museum: Teaching Art History with Mobile Digital Technology, 2018: v12 n2
Martha Hollander, Hofstra University
Impractical Applications, 2011: v5 n1
Wendell Piez, Senior Consultant, Mulberry Technologies, Inc.
In One's Own Hand: Seeing Manuscripts in a Digital Age, 2012: v6 n2
Anna Chen, The University of Texas at Austin
Inferring standard name form, gender and nobility from historical texts using stable model semantics, 2021: v15 n1
Davor Lauc, Chair of Logic, Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb; Darko Vitek, Department of History, Centre of Croatian Studies, University of Zagreb
Information access in the art history domain: Evaluating a federated search engine for Rembrandt research , 2016: v10 n4
Suzan Verberne, Radboud University; Lou Boves, Radboud University; Antal van den Bosch, Radboud University
An Information Science Question in DH Feminism, 2015: v9 n2
Tanya Clement, School of Information, University of Texas at Austin
Infrastructure and Social Interaction: Situated Research Practices in Digital Humanities in India, 2020: v14 n3
Shanmugapriya T, Indian Institute of Technology; Nirmala Menon, Indian Institute of Technology
Innovation Through Collaboration in Humanities Research, : v4 n15
Maria Bonn, School of Information Sciences, Univesity of Illinois Urbana Champaign; Harriett Green, ; Angela Courtney, ; Megan Senseney,
Inside the Trading Zone: Thinkering in a Digital History Lab, 2020: v14 n3
Andreas Fickers, University of Luxembourg; Tim van der Heijden, University of Luxembourg
Interdisciplinary Collaboration and Brokerage in the Digital
 Humanities, 2017: v11 n3
Anela Chan, Independent Scholar; Richard Chenhall, University of Melbourne; Tamara Kohn, University of Melbourne; Carolyn Stevens, Monash University
Interpretative Quests in Theory and Pedagogy, 2007: v1 n1
Jeff Howard, University of Texas, Austin
[es]Introducción de los editores, 2018: v12 n1
Ernesto Priani Saiso, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); Elena Gonzalez-Blanco García, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
Introducing DREaM (Distant Reading Early Modernity), 2017: v11 n4
Matthew Milner; Stephen Wittek, Carnegie Mellon; Stéfan Sinclair, McGill University
Introducing Issues in Humanities Computing, 2007: v1 n1
Joseph Raben, Queens College, City University of New York
Introduction, 2009: v3 n3
Amy Earhart, Texas A&M University; Maura Ives, Texas A&M University
Introduction to Feminisms and DH special issue, : v9 n02
Jacqueline Wernimont, Arizona State University
Introduction to Göttingen Dialogues 2016, 2021: v15 n1
Marco Büchler, Institut für Angewandte Informatik (InfAI)
Introduction to the DHQ Special Issue: Digital Technology in the Study of the Past, 2018: v12 n2
Anna Foka, Umeå University; Jonathan Westin, University of Gothenburg; Adam Chapman, University of Gothenburg
Introduction to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium Special Issue, 2016: v10 n1
James O’Sullivan, University of Sheffield; Mary Galvin, University College Cork; Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University
[en]Introduction: A Portuguese-language Special Issue of DHQ, 2020: v14 n2
Luis Ferla, Universidade Federal de São Paulo; Cecily Raynor, Universidade McGill
Introduction: Comics and the Digital Humanities, 2015: v9 n4
Roger Todd Whitson, Washington State University; Anastasia Salter, University of Central Florida
Introduction: Digital Humanities & Colonial Latin American Studies, 2020: v14 n4
Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Independent Scholar; Clayton McCarl, University of North Florida
Introduction: Questioning Collaboration, Labor, and Visibility in Digital Humanities Research, 2019: v13 n2
Tarez Samra Graban, Florida State University; Paul Marty, Florida State University; Allen Romano, Florida State University; Micah Vandegrift, NC State University
Introduction: Special Issue on AudioVisual Data in DH, 2021: v15 n1
Taylor Arnold, University of Richmond; Stefania Scagliola, Université du Luxembourg; Lauren Tilton, University of Richmond; Jasmijn Van Gorp, Utrecht University
Investing in Project Maintenance: Auditing the Digital Transgender Archive, 2022: v16 n1
Eamon Schlotterback, Northeastern University; Cailin Flannery Roles, Northeastern University; K.J. Rawson, Northeastern University
The In/Visible, In/Audible Labor of Digitizing the Public Domain, 2019: v13 n2
Amelia Chesley, Northwestern State University of Louisiana
The Invisible Work of the Digital Humanities Lab: Preparing Graduate Students for Emergent Intellectual and Professional Work, 2019: v13 n2
Dawn Opel, Michigan State University; Michael Simeone, Arizona State University
Is this Article a Comic?, 2015: v9 n4
Jason Muir Helms, Texas Christian University
It May Change My Understanding of the Field: Understanding Reading Tools for Scholars and Professional Readers, 2009: v3 n4
Ray Siemens, University of Victoria; Cara Leitch, University of Victoria; Analisa Blake, University of Victoria; Karin Armstrong, University of Victoria; John Willinsky, University of British Columbia/Stanford

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J. M. Coetzee's Work in Stylostatistics, 2014: v8 n3
Peter Johnston, Royal Holloway, University of London
Jane, John … Leslie? A Historical Method for Algorithmic Gender Prediction, 2015: v9 n3
Cameron Blevins, Rutgers University; Lincoln Mullen, George Mason University

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Kindling, Disappearing, Reading, 2013: v7 n1
Yung-Hsing Wu, University of Louisiana, Lafayette
Knowledge Organization and Cultural Heritage in the Semantic Web – A Review of a Conference and a Special Journal Issue of JLIS, 2018: v12 n1
Marcia Lei Zeng, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio, USA; Sophy Shu-Jiun Chen, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
The Kuzushiji Project: Developing a Mobile Learning Application for Reading Early Modern Japanese Texts, 2017: v11 n1
Yuta Hashimoto, Kyoto University; Yoichi Iikura, Osaka University; Yukio Hisada, Osaka University; SungKook Kang, Osaka University; Tomoyo Arisawa, Osaka University; Daniel Kobayashi-Better, Osaka University

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[es]La conquista de Jerusalén ¿de Cervantes? Análisis estilométrico sobre autoría en el teatro del Siglo de Oro español, 2018: v12 n1
José Calvo Tello, Universidad de Würzburg; Juan Cerezo Soler, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
Lab and Slack. Situated Research Practices in Digital Humanities - Introduction to the DHQ Special Issue., 2020: v14 n3
Mila Oiva, University of Turku (Finland); Urszula Pawlicka-Deger, Aalto University
[es]Laboratorios ciudadanos y humanidades digitales, 2018: v12 n1
Paola Ricaurte Quijano, Tecnológico de Monterrey
The Landscape of Digital Humanities, 2010: v4 n1
Patrik Svensson, HUMlab, Umeå University
Language DNA: Visualizing a Language Decomposition , 2016: v10 n4
Adam James Bradley, University of Waterloo; Travis Kirton, University of Calgary; Mark Hancock, University of Waterloo; Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary
Laptop Policy: Notes on Boredom, 2018: v12 n2
Grant Wythoff, Pennsylvania State University
Layers of Variation: a Computational Approach to Collating Texts with Revisions, 2022: v16 n1
Elli Bleeker, Huygens Institute for Dutch History and Culture; Bram Buitendijk, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences - Humanities Cluster, Digital Infrastructure department.; Ronald Haentjens Dekker, Huygens Institute for Dutch History and Culture; Vincent Neyt, University of Antwerp; Dirk Van Hulle, University of Oxford
LdoD Visual - A Visual Reader for Fernando Pessoa’s Book of Disquiet: An In-Out-In Metaphor , 2021: v15 n3
José Raposo, University of Lisbon, INESC-ID, IST; António Rito Silva, University of Lisbon, INESC-ID, IST; Manuel Portela, University of Coimbra, CLP-Centre for Portuguese Literature
[fr]Le texte numérique : enjeux herméneutiques, 2018: v12 n1
Jean Guy Meunier, Université du Québec à Montréal
Learning Digital Humanities in a Community of Practice: the DEAR model of Postgraduate Research Training, 2021: v15 n3
Francesca Benatti, The Open University; Paul Gooding, University of Glasgow; Matthew Sillence, University of East Anglia
The Leipzig Open Fragmentary Texts Series (LOFTS), 2016: v10 n2
Monica Berti, University of Leipzig; Bridget Almas, Tufts University; Gregory R. Crane, Tufts University and University of Leipzig
Leonardo, Morelli, and the Computational Mirror, 2021: v15 n1
Alison Langmead, University of Pittsburgh; Christopher J. Nygren, University of Pittsburgh; Paul Rodriguez, San Diego Supercomputer Center; Alan Craig, Independent Consultant and Researcher
[pt]Ler a prosa do mundo hoje, 2020: v14 n2
Maria Clara Paixão de Sousa, Universidade de São Paulo
[fr]Les Sganarelle de Molière : un nom, des syntaxes ?, 2018: v12 n1
Élodie Bénard, Université Paris-Sorbonne; Francesca Frontini, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier
[en]Let a thousand readings flourish . . . A crowdreading experience, 2018: v12 n1
Ioana Galleron, University of Grenoble; Fatiha Idmhand, Université de Poitiers; Cécile Meynard, University of Angers
A Life Lived in Media, 2012: v6 n1
Mark Deuze, Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University; Peter Blank, Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University; Laura Speers, King's College, London
Linked data from TEI (LIFT): A Teaching Tool for TEI to Linked Data Transformation, 2022: v16 n2
Francesca Giovannetti, University of Bologna; Francesca Tomasi, University of Bologna
The Literary And/As the Digital Humanities, 2013: v7 n1
Jessica Pressman, ACLS Fellow; Lisa Swanstrom, Florida Atlantic University
The Lives of Mistresses and Maids: Editing Victorian Correspondence with Genealogy, Prosopography, and the TEI, 2022: v16 n1
Kailey Fukushima, University of British Columbia; Karen Bourrier, University of Calgary; Janice Parker, Calgary Public Library

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Machine Enhanced (Re)minding: the Development of Storyspace, 2012: v6 n2
Belinda Barnet, Swinburne University of Technology
The Machine in the Text, and the Text in the Machine , 2010: v4 n1
Manuel Portela, University of Coimbra
Machine Reading the Primeros Libros, 2016: v10 n4
Hannah Alpert-Abrams, University of Texas at Austin
Machine-aided close listening: Prosthetic synaesthesia and the 3D phonotext, 2018: v12 n3
Chris Mustazza, University of Pennsylvania
A Macroscope for Global History: Seshat Global History Databank, a methodological overview, 2016: v10 n4
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
Making and Breaking: Teaching Information Ethics through Curatorial Practice, 2018: v12 n4
Christina Boyles, Michigan State University
The Making and Re-making of The Philadelphia Negro, 2022: v16 n2
Stephanie Boddie, Baylor University, Diana R. Garland School of Social Work, the School of Education, and the George W. Truett Seminary and University of South Africa, Institute for Gender Studies; Amy Hillier, University of Pennsylvania School of Social Policy & Practice
The Making of Our Cultural Commonwealth , 2009: v3 n4
John Unsworth, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Managing 100 Digital Humanities Projects: Digital Scholarship & Archiving in King’s Digital Lab , 2019: v13 n1
James Smithies, King's College London; Carina Westling, King's College London; Anna-Maria Sichani, King's College London; Pam Mellen, King's College London; Arianna Ciula, King's College London
Manifesto: A Life on the Hyphen: Balancing Identities as Librarians, Scholars, and Digital Practitioners, 2019: v13 n2
Hélène Huet, University of Florida; Suzan Alteri, University of Florida; Laurie N. Taylor, University of Florida
Manual Annotation of Unsupervised Models: Close and Distant Reading of Politics on Reddit, 2019: v13 n3
Christoph Aurnhammer, Department of Language Sciene and Technology, Saarland University; Iris Cuppen, ; Inge van de Ven, ; Menno van Zaanen, South African Centre for Digital Language Resources, North-West University, Potchefstroom, South Africa
Manuscript Study in Digital Spaces: The State of the Field and New Ways Forward, 2018: v12 n2
Bridget Almas, The Alpheios Project, Ltd.; Emad Khazraee, School of Information, Kent State University; Matthew Thomas Miller, Roshan Institute for Persian Studies, University of Maryland College Park; Joshua Westgard, University Libraries, University of Maryland College Park
Matching Computational Analysis and Human Experience: Performative Arts and the Digital Humanities, 2020: v14 n4
Jan-Hendrik Bakels, Freie Universität Berlin; Matthias Grotkopp, Freie Universität Berlin; Thomas Scherer, Freie Universität Berlin; Jasper Stratil, Freie Universität Berlin
The Materialities of Close Reading: 1942, 1959, 2009, 2012: v6 n1
David Ciccoricco, University of Otago
Materiality Comics, 2015: v9 n4
Aaron Jacob Kashtan, Miami University
May the Text Rise up to Meet You: New Ways of Reading Old Manuscripts, 2009: v3 n3
Eugene Lyman, University of Rhode Island
The Media Ecology Project: Collaborative DH Synergies to Produce New Research in Visual Culture History, 2021: v15 n1
Mark Williams, Dartmouth College; John Bell, Dartmouth College
Metaphors in Digital Hermeneutics: Zooming through Literary, Didactic and Historical Representations of Imaginary and Existing Cities, 2017: v11 n3
Florentina Armaselu, University of Luxembourg; Charles van den Heuvel, Huygens ING, The Hague, Netherlands; University of Amsterdam
Methodological Nearness and the Question of Computational Literature, 2018: v12 n2
Michael Marcinkowski, Bath Spa University
Methods and Advanced Tools for the Analysis of Film Colors in Digital Humanities, 2020: v14 n4
Barbara Flueckiger, University of Zurich; Gaudenz Halter, University of Zurich
Mining Eighteenth Century Ontologies: Machine Learning and Knowledge Classification in the Encyclopédie , 2009: v3 n2
Russell Horton, Digital Library Development Center, University of Chicago; Robert Morrissey, University of Chicago; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago; Glenn Roe, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago; Robert Voyer, Powerset
Mining Embodied Emotions: A Comparative Analysis of Sentiment and Emotion in Dutch Texts, 1600-1800., 2017: v11 n4
Inger Leemans, Faculty of Humanities, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Janneke M. van der Zwaan, Netherlands eScience Center, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Isa Maks, Faculty of Humanities, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Erika Kuijpers, Faculty of Humanities, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Kristine Steenbergh, Faculty of Humanities, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Mining for characterising patterns in literature using correspondence analysis: an experiment on French novels, 2017: v11 n2
Francesca Frontini, Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3 - Praxiling UMR 5267 CNRS - UPVM3; Mohamed Amine Boukhaled, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6 UPMC) / Labex OBVIL; Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Laboratoire d'Informatique de Paris 6 (LIP6 UPMC) / Labex OBVIL
Mining for the Meanings of a Murder: The Impact of OCR Quality on the Use of Digitized Historical Newspapers, 2014: v8 n1
Carolyn Strange, Australian National University; Daniel McNamara; Josh Wodak, Australian National University; Ian Wood, Research School of Computer Science, Australian National University
Mining Public Discourse for Emerging Dutch Nationalism, 2016: v10 n3
Maarten van den Bos, Utrecht University; Hermione Giffard, Utrecht University
Missed Connections: The Collective Novel and the Metropolis, 2011: v5 n2
J.J. Butts, Assistant Professor of English, Wartburg College
A Model for Representing Diachronic Terminologies: the Saussure Case Study, 2021: v15 n2
Silvia Piccini, Institute for Computational Linguistics; Andrea Bellandi, Institute for Computational Linguistics; Emiliano Giovannetti, Institute for Computational Linguistics
[en]A Model of Versions and Layers, 2019: v13 n3
Desmond Schmidt, Charles Harpur Critical Archive
Modeling Afro-Latin American Artistic Representations in Topic Maps: Cuba’s Prominence in Latin American Discourse, 2013: v7 n1
Eduard A. Arriaga, University of Western Ontario; Fernando Sancho Caparrini, University of Sevilla; Juan Luis Suárez, University of Western Ontario
Modeling Amerindian Sea Travel in the Early Colonial Caribbean, 2020: v14 n4
Emma Slayton, Carnegie Mellon University
Modelling Medieval Hands: Practical OCR for Caroline Minuscule, 2019: v13 n1
Brandon W. Hawk, Rhode Island College; Antonia Karaisl, Rescribe Ltd; Nick White, Rescribe Ltd
Modernism and Gender at the Limits of Stylometry, 2021: v15 n4
Sean Weidman, Pennsylvania State University; Aaren Pastor, Pennsylvania State University
The MoEML Pedagogical Partnership Program, 2017: v11 n3
Janelle Jenstad, University of Victoria; Kim McLean-Fiander, University of Victoria; Kathryn R. McPherson, Utah Valley University
[en]Molière's Sganarelles: one name, several syntaxes?, 2018: v12 n1
Élodie Bénard, Université Paris-Sorbonne; Francesca Frontini, Université Paul Valéry Montpellier
Moving Cinematic History: Filmic Analysis through Performative Research , 2021: v15 n1
Jenny Oyallon-Koloski, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Dora Valkanova, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Michael J. Junokas, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Kayt MacMaster, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign; Sarah Marks Mininsohn, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign
A multi-dimensional ontology-based analysis of the Censorship of Hebrew Manuscripts, 2020: v14 n1
Gila Prebor, Department of Information Science Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, 52900, Israel; Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet, Department of Information Science Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, 52900, Israel; Isaac Miller, Department of Information Science Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan, 52900, Israel
Music Scholarship Online (MuSO): A Research Environment for a More Democratic Digital Musicology, 2019: v13 n1
Timothy C. Duguid, University of Glasgow; Maristella Feustle, University of North Texas; Francesca Giannetti, Rutgers University; Elizabeth Grumbach, Arizona State University
Music Theory, the Missing Link Between Music-Related Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, 2021: v15 n1
Jeffrey A. T. Lupker, The University of Western Ontario; William J. Turkel, The University of Western Ontario

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A Named Entity Recognition Model for Medieval Latin Charters, 2021: v15 n4
Pierre Chastang, UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay; Sergio Torres Aguilar, UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay; Xavier Tannier, Sorbonne Université
Narrelations — Visualizing Narrative Levels and their Correlations with Temporal Phenomena, 2019: v13 n3
Hannah Schwan, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; Janina Jacke, University of Hamburg; Rabea Kleymann, University of Hamburg; Jan-Erik Stange, ATLAS.ti; Marian Dörk, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
Network Narration in John Dos Passos’s U.S.A. Trilogy, 2011: v5 n2
Wesley Beal, Lyon College
Networks, Maps, and Time: Visualizing Historical Networks Using Palladio, 2021: v15 n1
Melanie Conroy, The University of Memphis
The New Edition of the Letters of Vincent van Gogh on the Web, 2010: v4 n2
Arianna Ciula, Independent Scholar
New Media in the Academy: Labor and the Production of Knowledge in Scholarly Multimedia, 2011: v5 n3
Helen J. Burgess, University of Maryland Baltimore County; Jeanne Hamming, Centenary College of Louisiana
The New Place of Reading: Locative Media and the Future of Narrative, 2011: v5 n3
Brian Greenspan, Carleton University
Nodalism, 2011: v5 n3
Phillip H. Gochenour, Towson University
Now is the Future Now? The Urgency of Digital Curation in the Digital Humanities, 2013: v7 n2
Alex H. Poole, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Obama’s Sixth Annual Address: Image, Affordance, Flow, 2016: v10 n4
Dan Faltesek, Oregon State University
OCR of historical printings with an application to building diachronic corpora: A case study using the RIDGES herbal corpus, 2017: v11 n2
Uwe Springmann, LMU Munich & Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin; Anke Lüdeling, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Old Content and Modern Tools – Searching Named Entities in a Finnish OCRed Historical Newspaper Collection 1771–1910, 2017: v11 n3
Kimmo Kettunen, National Library of Finland, Mikkeli, Finland; Eetu Mäkelä, University of Helsinki, Helsinki Centre for Digital Humanities; Teemu Ruokolainen, National Library of Finland, Mikkeli, Finland; Juha Kuokkala, University of Helsinki, Department of Modern Languages, Helsinki, Finland; Laura Löfberg, Department of Linguistics and English Language, Lancaster University, UK
Old Ways for Linking Texts in the Digital Reading Environment: The Case of the Thompson Chain Reference Bible, 2012: v6 n2
Brent Nelson, University of Saskatchewan; Jon Bath, University of Saskatchewan
One Loveheart at a Time: The Language of Emoji and the Building of Affective Community in the Digital Medieval Studies Environment, 2020: v14 n3
Lawrence Evalyn, University of Toronto; C. E. M. Henderson, University of Toronto’s Centre for Medieval Studies; Julia King, University of Bergen, Norway; Jessica Lockhart, University of Toronto, Mississauga; Laura Mitchell, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan; Suzanne Conklin Akbari, Institute for Advanced Study
Ontologies and Logic Reasoning as Tools in Humanities?, 2009: v3 n4
Amélie Zöllner-Weber, Uni Digital, Bergen, Norway
An Ontology for Gendered Content Representation of Cultural Heritage Artefacts, 2017: v11 n3
Ioanna Kyvernitou, National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG); Antonis Bikakis, University College London (UCL)
Ooligan Press: Building and Sustaining a Feminist Digital Humanities Lab at a R-2, 2020: v14 n3
Kathi Inman Berens, Portland State University; Abbey Gaterud, Chemeketa Community College; Rachel Noorda, Portland State University
Open Access and the Theological Imagination, 2017: v11 n4
Talea Anderson, Washington State University; David Squires, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Open Data in Cultural Heritage Institutions: Can We Be Better Than Data Brokers?, 2020: v14 n2
S.L. Ziegler, Louisiana State University Libraries
An Open Lab? The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab in the Evolving Digital Humanities Landscape, 2020: v14 n3
Randa El Khatib, University of Victoria; Alyssa Arbuckle, University of Victoria; Lynne Siemens, University of Victoria; Ray Siemens, University of Victoria; Caroline Winter, University of Victoria; ETCL Research Group, University of Victoria
Organic and Locally Sourced: Growing a Digital Humanities Lab with an Eye Towards Sustainability, 2020: v14 n3
Rebekah Cummings, University of Utah; David S. Roh, University of Utah; Elizabeth Callaway, University of Utah
Orientation: Man and His Tool, Again?, 2015: v9 n2
Nicole Starosielski, New York University

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Past Visions and Reconciling Views: Visualizing Time, Texture and Themes in Cultural Collections, 2017: v11 n2
Katrin Glinka, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; Christopher Pietsch, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam; Marian Dörk, University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
A Pedagogy for Computer-Assisted Literary Analysis: Introducing GALGO (Golden Age Literature Glossary Online) , 2017: v11 n3
Nuria Alonso García, Providence College; Alison Caplan, Providence College; Brad Mering, Mervideo
Perceptual Effects of Hierarchy in Art Historical Social Networks, 2022: v16 n1
Houda Lamqaddam, University of Leuven; Inez De Prekel, University of Leuven; Koenraad Brosens, ; Katrien Verbert, University of Leuven
Pertinent Discussions Toward Modeling the Social Edition: Annotated Bibliographies, 2012: v6 n1
Ray Siemens, University of Victoria; Meagan Timney, University of Victoria; Cara Leitch, University of Victoria; Corina Koolen, University of Victoria; Alex Garnett, University of Victoria
Picture Problems: X-Editing Images 1992-2010, 2009: v3 n3
Morris Eaves, University of Rochester
Playing with Chance: On Random Generation in Playable Media and Electronic Literature, 2013: v7 n3
Robert Schoenbeck, University of California, Irvine
Playing With Unicorns: AI Dungeon and Citizen NLP, 2020: v14 n4
Minh Hua, University of California, Santa Barbara; Rita Raley, University of California, Santa Barbara
PodcastRE Analytics: Using RSS to Study the Cultures and Norms of Podcasting , 2021: v15 n1
Eric Hoyt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; J.J. Bersch, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Susan Noh, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Samuel Hansen, University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jacob Mertens, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Jeremy Wade Morris, University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Poetess Archive Database, 2009: v3 n3
Laura Mandell, Miami University of Ohio
Postmodern Culture and More: an Oral History Conversation between John Unsworth and Anne Welsh , 2012: v6 n3
John Unsworth, Brandeis University; Anne Welsh, University College London; Julianne Nyhan, University College London; Jessica Salmon, University of Trier
[en]Potentialities and difficulties of a digital humanities (DH) project: confrontation with tools and reorientations of research, 2018: v12 n1
Christelle Cocco, Université de Lausanne; Grégory Dessart, Université de Lausanne; Olga Serbaeva, Universités de Lausanne et de Zürich; Pierre-Yves Brandt, Université de Lausanne; Dominique Vinck, Université de Lausanne; Frédéric Darbellay, Université de Genève
[fr]Potentialités et difficultés d’un projet en humanités numériques (DH) : confrontation aux outils et réorientations de recherche, 2018: v12 n1
Christelle Cocco, Université de Lausanne; Grégory Dessart, Université de Lausanne; Olga Serbaeva, Universités de Lausanne et de Zürich; Pierre-Yves Brandt, Université de Lausanne; Dominique Vinck, Université de Lausanne; Frédéric Darbellay, Université de Genève
[fr]Pour une analyse automatique du jugement critique : les citations modalisées dans le discours littéraire du XIXe siècle, 2018: v12 n1
Marine Riguet, Labex OBVIL (Paris-Sorbonne); Motasem Alrahabi, Paris-Sorbonne Abou Dhabi
Predicting the Past, 2018: v12 n2
Tobias Blanke, King's College London, Department of Digital Humanities
The Printing Press as Metaphor, 2016: v10 n3
Elyse Graham, SUNY Stony Brook
Prison Writer as Witness: Can DH Read for Social Justice?, 2021: v15 n3
Doran Larson, Hamilton College
Probing Through Iranian Architectural History Within the Framework of an Ontology Development Process, 2021: v15 n3
Dena Shamsizadeh Hayatdavoodi, Shahid Beheshti University; Niloofar Razavi, Faculty of Architecture & Urban Planning, Shahid Beheshti University; Mehrdad Qayyoomi Bidhendi, Faculty of Architecture & Urban Planning, Shahid Beheshti University
The Productive Unease of 21st-century Digital Scholarship, 2009: v3 n3
Julia Flanders, Brown University
A Prosopography as Linked Open Data: Some Implications from DPRR, 2020: v14 n2
John Douglas Bradley, King's Digital Lab, King's College London
Published Yet Never Done: The Tension Between Projection and Completion in Digital Humanities Research, 2009: v3 n2
Susan Brown, University of Guelph; Patricia Clements, University of Alberta; Isobel Grundy, University of Alberta; Stan Ruecker, University of Alberta; Jeffery Antoniuk, University of Alberta; Sharon Balazs, University of Alberta
The Push and Pull of Digital Humanities: Topic Modeling the What is digital humanities? Genre, 2020: v14 n1
Elizabeth Callaway, University of Utah; Jeffrey Turner, University of Utah; Heather Stone, TETON Sports; Adam Halstrom, University of Utah

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[fr]Que mille lectures s’épanouissent… Modélisation du personnage et expérience de  crowdreading , 2018: v12 n1
Ioana Galleron, University of Grenoble; Fatiha Idmhand, Université de Poitiers; Cécile Meynard, University of Angers
Questioning, Asking and Enduring Curiosity: an Oral History Conversation between Julianne Nyhan and Willard McCarty , 2012: v6 n3
Willard McCarty, King's College London and University of Western Sydney; Julianne Nyhan, University College London; Anne Welsh, University College London; Jessica Salmon, University of Trier

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Racial Proxies in Daily News: A Case Study of the Use of Directional Euphemisms, 2016: v10 n4
Timothy Messer-Kruse, Bowling Green State University
Racism in the Machine: Visualization Ethics in Digital Humanities Projects, 2018: v12 n4
Katherine Hepworth, University of Nevada, Reno; Christopher Church, University of Nevada, Reno
The Radical Historicity of Everything: Exploring Shakespearean Identity with Web 2.0, 2009: v3 n3
Katheryn Giglio, University of Central Florida (English Department); John Venecek, University of Central Florida Libraries
Raiders of the Lost Corpus, 2016: v10 n2
Caroline T Schroeder, University of the Pacific; Amir Zeldes, Georgetown University
Raising Visibility in the Digital Humanities Landscape: Academic Engagement and the Question of the Library’s Role, 2019: v13 n2
Kathleen Kasten-Mutkus, Stony Brook University; Laura Costello, Rutgers University; Darren Chase, SUNY Oneonta
Readies Online, 2011: v5 n3
Craig Saper, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Reading Chicago Reading: Quantitative Analysis of a Repeating Literary Program, 2020: v14 n2
John Shanahan, DePaul University; Robin Burke, University of Colorado — Boulder; Ana Lučić, Beckman Institute, University of Illinois
Reading, Making, and Metacognition: Teaching Digital Humanities for Transfer, 2018: v12 n2
Paul Fyfe, North Carolina State University
Reading Potential: The Oulipo and the Meaning of Algorithms, 2007: v1 n1
Mark Wolff, Hartwick College
[en]Reading Prose in this Day and Age, 2020: v14 n2
Maria Clara Paixão de Sousa, Universidade de São Paulo
[en]Reading the Quan Tang shi: Literary History, Topic Modeling, Divergence Measures, 2019: v13 n4
Peter Broadwell, Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Stanford University; Jack W. Chen, University of Virginia; David Shepard, Scholarly Innovation Lab, UCLA
Reading Today, 2014: v8 n4
Frédéric Clavert, Université Paris-Sorbonne
Reassessing the locus of normalization in machine-assisted collation, 2020: v14 n3
David J. Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh; Elena Spadini, Université de Lausanne
Reconstructing Brandon (1998-1999): A Cross-disciplinary Digital Humanities Study of Shu Lea Cheang’s Early Web Artwork, 2018: v12 n2
Deena Engel, New York University; Lauren Hinkson, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Joanna Phillips, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum; Marion Thain, New York University
[en]Reconstructing Histories of Nature Conservation in California: 1850-2010, 2020: v14 n2
Maria J.Ferreira dos Santos, Department of Geography, University of Zurich
[pt]Reconstruir histórias da conservação da natureza na Califórnia: 1850 – 2010, 2020: v14 n2
Maria J.Ferreira dos Santos, Department of Geography, University of Zurich
Rediscussing the Political Struggle in the Light of Reform in Late 11th Century China under the View of Digital Humanities, 2022: v16 n2
Wenyi Shang, School of Information Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Winbin Huang, Department of Information Management, Peking University
Reinventing the Classroom Edition: Paradise Lost Book IX Flash Audiotext, 2009: v3 n3
Olin Bjork, Georgia Institute of Technology
Remembering Stéfan Sinclair, 2020: v14 n2
DHQ editorial team, Association for Computers and the Humanities
Renaissance Remix. Isabella d’Este: Virtual Studiolo, 2018: v12 n4
Deanna Shemek, University of California, Irvine, USA; Antonella Guidazzoli, VisitLab - Cineca Interuniversity Consortium, Italy; Maria Chiara Liguori, VisitLab - Cineca Interuniversity Consortium, Italy; Giovanni Bellavia, VisitLab - Cineca Interuniversity Consortium, Italy; Daniele De Luca, VisitLab - Cineca Interuniversity Consortium, Italy; Luigi Verri, VisitLab - Cineca Interuniversity Consortium, Italy; Silvano Imboden, VisitLab - Cineca Interuniversity Consortium, Italy
Researcher as Bricoleur: Contextualizing humanists’ digital workflows, 2018: v12 n3
Smiljana Antonijevic, The Pennsylvania State University; Ellysa Stern Cahoy, The Pennsylvania State University
[es]Retorno a trazos de mil historias, 2018: v12 n1
Suzana Sukovic, HETI (Health Education and Training Institute); Peter Read, Australian National University
[en]A Return to the Traces of a Thousand Stories, 2018: v12 n1
Suzana Sukovic, HETI (Health Education and Training Institute); Peter Read, Australian National University
Reverse Engineering the First Humanities Computing Center, 2018: v12 n2
Steven Jones, University of South Florida
A Review of Intergenerational Connections in Digital Families, 2021: v15 n1
Sucharita Sarkar, D.T.S.S. College of Commerce, Mumbai, India
A Review of Memes in Digital Culture, 2016: v10 n2
Kevin Lewis, Virginia Tech
A Review of Twitter and Tear Gas, 2021: v15 n1
Nanditha Narayanamoorthy, York University
Review: Katherine Bode's A World of Fiction, : v n
Ryan Cordell, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
Review: The Electronic Literature Collection Volume I: A New Media Primer , 2008: v2 n1
Mark C. Marino, University of Southern California
Revista Digital Universitaria: A Workshop of Digital Editing at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, 2007: v1 n2
Ernesto Priani Saisó, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
The Role of Critical Thinking in Humanities Infrastructure: The Pipeline Concept with a Study of HaToRI (Hansard Topic Relevance Identifier), 2020: v14 n3
Ashley S. Lee, Brown University; Poom Chiarawongse, Brown University; Jo Guldi, Southern Methodist University; Andras Zsom, Brown University
Ross Scaife (1960-2008), 2009: v3 n1
Dot Porter, Digital Humanities Observatory

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Scaffolding and Play Approaches to Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Assessment and Iteration in Topically-Driven Courses, 2017: v11 n4
Daniel G. Tracy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Elizabeth Massa Hoiem, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Scholarly Primitives of Scholarly Meetings: A DH-Inspired Exploration of the Virtual Incunabular in the Time of COVID 19, 2022: v16 n2
Jennifer Edmond, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Nicole Basaraba, Maastricht University, the Netherlands; Michelle Doran, Centre for Digital Humanities, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Vicky Garnett, DARIAH-EU; Courtney Helen Grile, School of Creative Arts, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Eliza Papaki, DARIAH-EU; Erszébet Toth-Czifra, DARIAH-EU
Semantic Enrichment of a Multilingual Archive with Linked Open Data, 2017: v11 n4
Max De Wilde, Université libre de Bruxelles(ULB), Information Science Department; Simon Hengchen, University of Helsinki (UH)
Sequential Rhetoric: Using Freire and Quintilian to Teach Students to Read and Create Comics , 2015: v9 n4
Robert Dennis Watkins, Idaho State University; Tom Lindsley, Interaction Designer, Workiva
Service-Oriented Software in the Humanities: A Software Engineering Perspective, 2009: v3 n4
Nicolas Gold, King's College London, Department of Computer Science
Shakespeare’s Tragic Social Network; or Why All the World’s a Stage, 2017: v11 n2
James Lee, University of Cincinnati; Jason Lee, Independent Scholar
A short Introduction to the Hidden Histories project and interviews , 2012: v6 n3
Julianne Nyhan, Lecturer, UCL; Andrew Flinn, Lecturer, UCL; Anne Welsh, Lecturer, UCL
Simulated Visuals: Some Rhetorical and Ethical Implications, 2009: v3 n3
Aimee Roundtree, University of Houston-Downtown
Six Degrees of Francis Bacon: A Statistical Method for Reconstructing Large Historical Social Networks , 2016: v10 n3
Christopher N. Warren, Carnegie Mellon University; Daniel Shore, Georgetown University; Jessica Otis, Carnegie Mellon University; Lawrence Wang, Carnegie Mellon University; Mike Finegold, Carnegie Mellon University; Cosma Shalizi, Carnegie Mellon University
Some principles for making collaborative scholarly editions in digital form, 2017: v11 n2
Peter Robinson, University of Saskatchewan
Something Called Digital Humanities , 2008: v2 n1
Wendell Piez, Mulberry Technologies, Inc.
Sound and Digital Humanities: reflecting on a DHSI course, 2016: v10 n1
John F. Barber, The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program, Washington State University Vancouver
Sounding for Meaning: Using Theories of Knowledge Representation to Analyze Aural Patterns in Texts, 2013: v7 n1
Tanya Clement, University of Texas, Austin; David Tcheng, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Loretta Auvil, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Boris Capitanu, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Megan Monroe, University of Maryland, College Park
SpotiBot — Turing Testing Spotify, 2018: v12 n1
Pelle Snickars, Umeå University; Roger Mähler, Umeå University
Starting From Scratch? Workshopping New Directions in Undergraduate Digital Humanities, 2017: v11 n3
Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Davidson College; Anelise Hanson Shrout, California State University Fullerton
Stealing a Corpus: Appropriating Aesop’s Body in the Early Age of Print , 2018: v12 n2
Alex Mueller, University of Massachusetts Boston
Stitching the Fragmented: Feminist Maker Pedagogy and Immersive Technologies for Cultural Learning, 2022: v16 n2
Mélanie Péron, University of Pennsylvania; Meaghan Moody, University of Rochester; Vickie Karasic, Bryn Mawr College
Stretched Skulls: Anamorphic Games and the memento mortem mortis , 2012: v6 n2
Stephanie Boluk, Vassar College; Patrick LeMieux, Duke University
Structure over Style: Collaborative Authorship and the Revival of Literary Capitalism, 2017: v11 n1
Simon Fuller, National University of Ireland, Maynooth; James O'Sullivan, University of Sheffield
Student Labour and Training in Digital Humanities, 2016: v10 n1
Katrina Anderson, Simon Fraser University; Lindsey Bannister, Simon Fraser University; Janey Dodd, University of British Columbia; Deanna Fong, Simon Fraser University; Michelle Levy, Simon Fraser University; Lindsey Seatter, University of Victoria
Studying Up: A Review of Alice Marwick’s Status Update, 2015: v9 n2
Luke Fernandez, Weber State University
The Stuff of Science Fiction: An Experiment in Literary History, 2016: v10 n1
Stefania Forlini, University of Calgary; Uta Hinrichs, University of St. Andrews; Bridget Moynihan, University of Calgary
The Stylometry of Film Dialogue: Pros and Pitfalls, 2020: v14 n4
Agata Hołobut, Jagiellonian University in Kraków; Jan Rybicki, Jagiellonian University in Kraków
Supporting the Exploration of Online Cultural Heritage Collections: The Case of the Dutch Folktale Database, 2017: v11 n4
Iwe Everhardus Christiaan Muiser, University of Twente, Enschede / Meertens Institute, Amsterdam; Mariët Theune, University of Twente, Enschede; Ruud de Jong, University of Twente, Enschede; Nigel Smink, University of Twente, Enschede; Dolf Trieschnigg, MyDatafactory, Meppel; Djoerd Hiemstra, University of Twente, Enschede; Theo Meder, Meertens Institute, Amsterdam / University of Groningen, Groningen

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TaDiRAH: a Case Study in Pragmatic Classification, 2016: v10 n1
Luise Borek, Technical University of Darmstadt; Quinn Dombrowski, Miami University; Jody Perkins, Miami University; Christof Schöch, University of Würzburg
A Tale of Two Internships: Developing Digital Skills through Engaged Scholarship, 2017: v11 n3
Patricia Hswe, The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; Tara LaLonde, The Pennsylvania State University; Kate Miffitt, The Pennsylvania State University; James O'Sullivan, University College Cork; Sarah Pickle, The Claremont Colleges Library; Nathan Piekielek, The Pennsylvania State University; Heather Ross, The Pennsylvania State University; Albert Rozo, The Pennsylvania State University
Teaching and Learning from the U.S. South in Global Contexts: A Case Study of Southern Spaces and Southcomb, 2009: v3 n2
Sarah Toton, Emory University; Stacey Martin, Emory University
Teaching Electronic Literature as Digital Humanities: A Proposal, 2017: v11 n3
Alex Saum-Pascual, University of California, Berkeley
Teaching Spatial Literacy in the Classical Studies Curriculum, 2016: v10 n2
Rebecca K. Schindler, DePauw University
The Technical Evolution of Vannevar Bush’s Memex , 2008: v2 n1
Belinda Barnet, Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne
Technology, Collaboration, and Undergraduate Research, 2009: v3 n1
Christopher Blackwell, Furman University; Thomas R. Martin, College of the Holy Cross
Tenure, Promotion and Digital Publication, 2007: v1 n1
Joseph Raben, Queens College, City University of New York
Tesserae Intertext Service, 2022: v16 n1
Nozomu Okuda, SUNY University at Buffalo, Department of Classics; Jeffery Kinnison, University of Notre Dame, Department of Computer Science and Engineering; Patrick Burns, University of Texas at Austin, Department of Classics; Neil Coffee, SUNY University at Buffalo, Department of Classics; Walter Scheirer, University of Notre Dame, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Textension: Digitally Augmenting Document Spaces in Analog Texts, 2019: v13 n3
Adam James Bradley, Ontario Tech University; Victor Sawal, Ontario Tech University; Sheelagh Carpendale, University of Calgary; Christopher Collins, Ontario Tech University
Textual Artifacts and their Digital Representations: Teaching Graduate Students to Build Online Archives, 2015: v9 n1
Deena Engel, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University; Marion Thain, New York University
Textual Reuse in the Eighteenth Century: Mining Eliza Haywood’s Quotations, 2016: v10 n1
Douglas Ernest Duhaime, University of Notre Dame
Theatre analytics: developing software for theatre research, 2020: v14 n3
Clarisse Bardiot, Université Polytechnique Hauts-de-France
Theorizing Connectivity: Modernism and the Network Narrative, 2011: v5 n2
Wesley Beal, Lyon College; Stacy Lavin, Independent Scholar
Ticha: Collaboration with Indigenous communities to build digital resources on Zapotec language and history, 2020: v14 n4
George Aaron Broadwell, University of Florida; Moisés García Guzmán, pueblo of San Jerónimo Tlacochahuaya; Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Haverford College; Felipe H. Lopez, Haverford College Libraries; May Helena Plumb, University of Texas at Austin; Mike Zarafonetis, Haverford College Libraries
To tree, or not to tree? On the Empirical Basis for Having Past Landscapes to Experience., 2018: v12 n3
Philip I. Buckland, Umeå University, Sweden; Nicolò Dell'Unto, Lund University, Sweden; Gísli Pálsson, Umeå University, Sweden
To Visualize Past Communities: A Solution from Contemporary Practices in the Industry for the Digital Humanities , 2017: v11 n2
Gérald Péoux, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense & Institut d'Histoire Moderne et Contemporaine (CNRS); Jean-Roch Houllier, Thales University
Topic Modeling Genre: An Exploration of French Classical and Enlightenment Drama, 2017: v11 n2
Christof Schöch, University of Würzburg, Germany
Topological properties of music collaboration networks: The case of Jazz and Hip Hop, 2021: v15 n1
Lukas Gienapp, Leipzig University; Clara Kruckenberg, Leipzig University; Manuel Burghardt, Leipzig University
[en]Toward an automatic analysis of critical judgment: modified quotes in the literary discourse of the nineteenth century, 2018: v12 n1
Marine Riguet, Labex OBVIL (Paris-Sorbonne); Motasem Alrahabi, Paris-Sorbonne Abou Dhabi
Toward an Open Digital Tutorial for Ancient Greek v. 2.0, 2016: v10 n2
Jeffrey Rydberg-Cox, The University of Missouri-Kansas City
Towards 3D Scholarly Editions: The Battle of Mount Street Bridge, 2019: v13 n1
Costas Papadopoulos, Maastricht University; Susan Schreibman, Maastricht University
Towards a Conceptual Framework for the Digital Humanities, 2012: v6 n2
Paul S. Rosenbloom, Department of Computer Science and Institute for Creative Technologies, University of Southern California
Towards a Rationale of Audio-Text, 2016: v10 n3
Tanya E. Clement, University of Texas at Austin
Towards a Seamful Design of Networked Knowledge: Practical Pedagogies in Collaborative Teams, 2017: v11 n3
Aaron Mauro, Penn State Behrend; Daniel Powell, University of Victoria; Sarah Potvin, Texas A&M University; Jacob Heil, The Five Colleges of Ohio; Eric Dye, Penn State Behrend; Bridget Jenkins, Penn State Behrend; Dene Grigar, Washington State University
Towards a User-Friendly Tool for Automated Sign Annotation: Identification and Annotation of Time Slots, Number of Hands, and Handshape , 2021: v15 n1
Manolis Fragkiadakis, Leiden University; Victoria Nyst, Leiden University; Peter van der Putten, Leiden University
Towards Hermeneutic Visualization in Digital Literary Studies, 2021: v15 n2
Rabea Kleymann, Leibniz Center for Literary and Cultural Research; Jan-Erik Stange, Freie Universität Berlin
Tracking the Consumption Junction: Temporal Dependencies between Articles and Advertisements in Dutch Newspapers, 2020: v14 n2
Melvin Wevers, Digital Humanities Lab, KNAW Humanities Cluster, Netherlands; Jianbo Gao, Center for Geodata and Analysis, Faculty of Geographical Science, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China; Kirstoffer L. Nielbo, Center for Humanities Computing Aarhus, Aarhus University, Denmark
Tracking the telepathic sublime as a phenomenon in a digital humanities archive, 2017: v11 n4
Isabel Pedersen, University of Ontario Institute of Technology; Quinn DuPont, University of Washington
Trading Stories: an Oral History Conversation between Geoffrey Rockwell and Julianne Nyhan , 2012: v6 n3
Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta; Julianne Nyhan, University College London; Anne Welsh, University College London; Jessica Salmon, University of Trier
Transdisciplinary Analysis of a Corpus of French Newsreels: The ANTRACT Project, 2021: v15 n1
Jean Carrive, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel; Abdelkrim Beloued, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel; Pascale Goetschel, Centre d'Histoire Sociale des Mondes Contemporains; Serge Heiden, ENS Lyon; Antoine Laurent, Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'Université du Mans; Pasquale Lisena, EURECOM; Franck Mazuet, Centre d'Histoire Sociale des Mondes Contemporains; Sylvain Meignier, Laboratoire d'Informatique de l'Université du Mans; Bénédicte Pincemin, ENS Lyon; Géraldine Poels, Institut National de l'Audiovisuel; Raphaël Troncy, EURECOM
Transforming Information Into Knowledge: How Computational Methods Reshape Art History, 2021: v15 n3
Sabine Lang, Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing, Heidelberg University; Björn Ommer, Interdisciplinary Center for Scientific Computing, Heidelberg Collaboratory for Image Processing, Heidelberg University
Translation Alignment for Historical Language Learning: a Case Study, 2021: v15 n3
Chiara Palladino, Classics, Furman University; Maryam Foradi, University of Leipzig; Tariq Yousef, Institute of Computer Science, University of Leipzig
Traveling the Silk Road on a Virtual Globe: Pedagogy, Technology and Evaluation for Spatial History, 2013: v7 n2
Ruth Mostern, University of California Merced; Elana Gainor, University of California Merced
Treebanking in the world of Thucydides. Linguistic annotation for the Hellespont Project, 2016: v10 n2
Francesco Mambrini, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin
Tremendous Mechanical Labor: Father Busa’s Algorithm, 2020: v14 n3
Geoffrey Rockwell, University of Alberta; Stéfan Sinclair, McGill University
Twisty Little Passages Almost All Alike: Applying the FRBR Model to a Classic Computer Game, 2010: v4 n2
Jerome McDonough, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Matthew Kirschenbaum, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland; Doug Reside, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland; Neil Fraistat, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, University of Maryland; Dennis Jerz, English — New Media Journalism, Seton Hill University
TypeWright: An Experiment in Participatory Curation, 2015: v9 n4
Alan Bilansky, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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Uncovering Latent Metadata in the FSA-OWI Photographic Archive, 2017: v11 n2
Taylor Arnold, University of Richmond; Stacey Maples, Stanford University; Lauren Tilton, University of Richmond; Laura Wexler, Yale University
Undergraduate Students and Digital Humanities Belonging: Metaphors and Methods for Including Undergraduate Research in DH Communities, 2017: v11 n3
Emily Christina Murphy, Queen's University; Shannon R. Smith, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, Queen's University
The Underside of the Digital Field, 2012: v6 n2
Terry Harpold, University of Florida
Universal Dependencies and Author Attribution of Short Texts with Syntax Alone, 2022: v16 n2
Robert Gorman, Department of Classics and Religious Studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Unknowable Facts and Digital Databases: Reflections on the Women Film Pioneers Project and Women in Film History, 2020: v14 n4
Sarah-Mai Dang, Institute of Media Studies, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Unraveling reported dreams with text analytics, 2017: v11 n4
Iris Hendrickx, Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; Centre for Language and Speech Technology, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; Louis Onrust, Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; Florian Kunneman, Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; Ali Hürriyetoğlu, Centre for Language Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; Wessel Stoop, Centre for Language and Speech Technology, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands; Antal van den Bosch, Meertens Institute, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Using an Advanced Text Index Structure for Corpus Exploration in Digital Humanities, 2021: v15 n1
Tobias Englmeier, CIS, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany; Marco Büchler, Institute of Computer Science, University of Göttingen, Göttingen, Germany; Stefan Gerdjikov, FMI, University of Sofia "St. Kliment Ohridski", Sofia, Bulgaria; Klaus U. Schulz, CIS, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany

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Varieties of Digital Literary Studies: Micro, Macro, Meso', 2022: v16 n2
Simone Murray, School of Languages, Literatures, Cultures and Linguistics, Monash University
Video-gaming, Paradise Lost and TCP/IP: an Oral History Conversation between Ray Siemens and Anne Welsh , 2012: v6 n3
Ray Siemens, University of Victoria; Anne Welsh, University College London; Julianne Nyhan, University College London; Jessica Salmon, University of Trier
A View from IT, 2011: v5 n3
James Smithies, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Visual Communication and the promotion of Health: an exploration of how they intersect in Italian education, 2018: v12 n4
Viviana De Angelis, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro; Patricia Mannix McNamara, University of Limerick; Rosa Gallelli, Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro; Gemma Pichierri, Media Training Expert
Visualizing and Analyzing the Hollywood Screenplay with ScripThreads, 2014: v8 n4
Eric Hoyt, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Kevin Ponto, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Carrie Roy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Visualizing Theatrical Text: From Watching the Script to the Simulated Environment for Theatre (SET), 2013: v7 n3
Jennifer Roberts-Smith, University of Waterloo; Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, University of Waterloo; Teresa M. Dobson, University of British Columbia; Sandra Gabriele, York University; Omar Rodriguez-Arenas, University of Alberta; Stan Ruecker, Illinois Institute of Technology; Stéfan Sinclair, McGill University; Annmarie Akong, York University; Matt Bouchard, University of Alberta; Marcelo Hong, York University; Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University; David Lam, University of Waterloo; Alexandra Kovacs, University of Toronto; Lesley Northam, University of Waterloo; Daniel So, York University
Vivas to those who have failed: Walt Whitman Electric and the (Digital) Humanities, 2020: v14 n4
Nicole Gray, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Vive la Différence! Text Mining Gender Difference in French Literature , 2009: v3 n2
Shlomo Argamon, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology; Jean-Baptiste Goulain, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology; Russell Horton, Digital Library Development Center, University of Chicago; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago
The Voices of Doctor Who – How Stylometry Can be Useful in Revealing New Information About TV Series, 2020: v14 n4
Joanna Byszuk, Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences

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War in Parliament: What a Digital Approach Can Add to the Study of Parliamentary History , 2014: v8 n1
Hinke Piersma, NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies; Ismee Tames, NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies; Lars Buitinck, Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam; Johan van Doornik, Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam; Maarten Marx, Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam
Web 2.0 and the Ontology of the Digital, 2012: v6 n2
Aden Evens, Dartmouth College
Webbots and Machinic Agency, 2012: v6 n2
John Johnston, Emory University
Welcome to Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2007: v1 n1
Julia Flanders, Brown University; Wendell Piez, Mulberry Technologies, Inc.; Melissa Terras, University College London
What can the digital humanities learn from feminist game studies?, 2015: v9 n2
Elizabeth Losh, University of California, San Diego
What Your Teacher Told You is True: Latin Verbs Have Four Principal Parts , 2009: v3 n1
Raphael Finkel, University of Kentucky; Gregory Stump, University of Kentucky
The Why and How of Middleware, 2016: v10 n2
Johanna Drucker, UC Los Angeles; Patrik BO Svensson, Umeå University
Why Digital Humanists Should Emphasize Situated Data over Capta, 2021: v15 n2
Matthew Lavin, Data Analytics Program, Denison University
Winesburg, Ohio: A Modernist Kluge, 2011: v5 n2
Molly Gage, University of Minnesota
Word Processor Art: How User-friendly Inhibits Creativity, 2016: v10 n1
Renée Farrar, United States Military Academy at West Point
Words, Patterns and Documents: Experiments in Machine Learning and Text Analysis, 2009: v3 n2
Shlomo Argamon, Linguistic Cognition Lab, Dept. of Computer Science, Illinois Institute of Technology; Mark Olsen, ARTFL Project, University of Chicago
Worlds and Readers: Augmented Reality in Modern Polaxis, 2022: v16 n2
Anette Hagen, University of South-Eastern Norway; Elise Seip Tønnessen,
The Writeprints of Man: a Stylometric Study of Lafayette's Hand in Paine's 'Rights of Man', 2018: v12 n1
Richard Forsyth, Independent Researcher; David Holmes, Department of Statistics, George Mason University
Writing to be Found and Writing Readers, 2011: v5 n3
John Cayley, Brown University

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XML, Interoperability and the Social Construction of Markup Languages: The Library Example, 2009: v3 n3
Jerome McDonough, Graduate School of Library and Information Science, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Xpos’re: A Tool for Rich Internet Publications, 2014: v8 n2
Leen Breure, Utrecht University & DANS (Dutch Data Archive); Maarten Hoogerwerf, DANS (Dutch Data Archive); René van Horik, DANS (Dutch Data Archive)

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