DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2019 13.4


Finding and Interpreting Arguments: An Important Challenge for Humanities Computing and Scholarly Practice
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
Abstract  [en]
[en] Reading the Quan Tang shi: Literary History, Topic Modeling, Divergence Measures
Peter Broadwell, Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Stanford University; Jack W. Chen, University of Virginia; David Shephard, Scholarly Innovation Lab, UCLA
Abstract  [en]
Decoupling Quality Control and Publication: The Digital Latin Library and the Traveling Imprimatur.
Samuel J. Huskey, University of Oklahoma; Jeffrey C. Witt, Loyola University Maryland
Abstract  [en]
Changes in Lyrical and Hit Diversity of Popular U.S. Songs 1956-2016
Peter Meindertsma, Department of Language Technology - Computational Linguistics, University of Groningen, Netherlands
Abstract  [en]
Digital Collaborations: A Survey Analysis of Digital Humanities Partnerships Between Librarians and Other Academics
Jessica Wagner Webster, Baruch College, City University of New York
Abstract  [en]


Review of Mia Consalvo's Atati to Zelda: Japan's Videogames in Global Contexts
Steven Braun, Northeastern University
Abstract  [en]
Creating a User Manual for Healthy Crowd Engagement: A Review of Mark Hedges and Stuart Dunn's Academic Crowdsourcing in the Humanities: Crowds, Communities and Co-production
Samantha Blickhan, Zooniverse & Adler Planetarium
Abstract  [en]
Persuasive Physical Computing: A Review of David M. Rieder’s Suasive Iterations: Rhetoric, Writing, & Physical Computing
Nathan Sullivan, Texas A&M University-Central Texas
Abstract  [en]

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