DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2023 17.3

Categories in Digital Humanities

Editors: Dominik Gerstorfer, Evelyn Gius, and Janina Jacke

Front Matter

Working on and with Categories for Text Analysis: Challenges and Findings from and for Digital Humanities Practices
Dominik Gerstorfer, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Evelyn Gius, Technische Universität Darmstadt; Janina Jacke, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen
Abstract  [en]


Making the Whole Greater than the Sum of its Parts: Taxonomy Development as a Site of Negotiation and Compromise in an Interdisciplinary Software Development Project
Jennifer C. Edmond, Trinity College Dublin; Alejandro Benito Santos, University of Salamanca; Michelle Doran, Digital Repository of Ireland; Roberto Therón, University of Salamanca; Michał Kozak, ; Cezary Mazurek, Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences; Eveline Wandl-Vogt, Austrian Academy of Sciences; Aleyda Rocha Sepulveda, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Abstract  [en]
Visualization of Categorization: How to See the Wood and the Trees
Ophir Münz-Manor, The Open University of Israel; Itay Marienberg-Milikowsky, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev
Abstract  [en]
Categorising Legal Records – Deductive, Pragmatic, and Computational Strategies
Marlene Ernst, University of Passau, Department of Digital Humanities; Sebastian Gassner, University of Passau, Department of Digital Humanities; Markus Gerstmeier, University of Passau, Department of Digital Humanities; Malte Rehbein, University of Passau, Department of Digital Humanities
Abstract  [en]
From semi-structured text to tangible categories: Analysing and annotating death lists in 18th century newspaper issues
Claudia Resch, Austrian Academy of Sciences; Nina C. Rastinger, Austrian Academy of Sciences; Thomas Kirchmair, Austrian Academy of Sciences
Abstract  [en]


Automated Transcription of Gə'əz Manuscripts Using Deep Learning
Samuel Grieggs, University of Notre Dame; Jessica Lockhart, University of Toronto; Alexandra Atiya, University of Toronto; Gelila Tilahun, University of Toronto; Suzanne Akbari, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, NJ; Eyob Derillo, SOAS, University of London; Jarod Jacobs, Warner Pacific College; Christine Kwon, University of Notre Dame; Michael Gervers, University of Toronto; Steve Delamarter, George Fox University; Alexandra Gillespie, University of Toronto; Walter Scheirer, University of Notre Dame
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Reconstructing historical texts from fragmentary sources: Charles S. Parnell and the Irish crisis, 1880-86
Eugenio Biagini, University of Cambridge; Patrick Geoghegan, Trinity College Dublin; Hugh Hanley, University of Cambridge; Aneirin Jones, University of Cambridge; Huw Jones, University of Cambridge
Abstract  [en]
Discourse cohesion in Xenophon’s On Horsemanship through Sketch Engine
Victoria Beatrix Fendel, University of Oxford; Matthew T.Ireland, Sidney Sussex College, University of Cambridge
Abstract  [en]
History Harvesting: A Case Study in Documenting Local History
Kimberly Woodring, Department of History, East Tennessee State University; Julie Fox-Horton, Cross-Disciplinary Studies, East Tennessee State University
Abstract  [en]
Cluster Analysis in Tracing Textual Dependencies – a Case of Psalm 6 in 16th-century English Devotional Manuals
Jerzy Wójcik, The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
Abstract  [en]
Project Quintessence: Examining Textual Dimensionality with a Dynamic Corpus Explorer
Samuel Pizelo, UC Davis; Arthur Koehl, UC Davis; Chandni Nagda, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Carl Stahmer, UC Davis
Abstract  [en]
The Digital Environmental Humanities (DEH) in the Anthropocene: Challenges and Opportunities in an Era of Ecological Precarity
John Ryan, Southern Cross University; Lydia Hearn, Edith Cowan University; Paul Arthur, Edith Cowan University
Abstract  [en]
DH as Data: Establishing Greater Access through Sustainability
Alex Kinnaman, Virginia Tech; Corinne Guimont, Virginia Tech
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