DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2018 12.3

Technology in the Study of the Past

Editors: Anna Foka, Jonathan Westin, Adam Chapman

Front Matter

Introduction to the DHQ Special Issue: Digital Technology in the Study of the Past
Anna Foka, Umeå University; Jonathan Westin, University of Gothenburg; Adam Chapman, University of Gothenburg
Abstract  [en]

Articles

How Technology Means: Texts, History, and Their Associated Technologies
Joshua L. Mann, Expositus
Abstract  [en]
Ghosts in the Machine: a motion-capture experiment in distributed reception
Helen Slaney, University of Roehampton; Anna Foka, DH Uppsala and Humlab Umeå; Sophie Bocksberger, University of Oxford
Abstract  [en]
Reviving Classical Drama: virtual reality and experiential learning in a traditional classroom
Eleni Bozia, University of Florida
Abstract  [en]
Recording invisible proofs to compose stone narratives. Applications of Near Infrared Spectroscopy in provenance studies.
Claudia Sciuto, Umeå University
Abstract  [en]
To tree, or not to tree? On the Empirical Basis for Having Past Landscapes to Experience.
Philip I. Buckland, Umeå University, Sweden; Nicolò Dell'Unto, Lund University, Sweden; Gísli Pálsson, Umeå University, Sweden
Abstract  [en]

Articles

Researcher as Bricoleur: Contextualizing humanists’ digital workflows
Smiljana Antonijevic, The Pennsylvania State University; Ellysa Stern Cahoy, The Pennsylvania State University
Abstract  [en]
Machine-aided close listening: Prosthetic synaesthesia and the 3D phonotext
Chris Mustazza, University of Pennsylvania
Abstract  [en]

Case Studies

Author Biographies