DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2020 14.4

Digital Humanities & Colonial Latin American Studies

Editors: Hannah Alpert-Abrams and Clayton McCarl

Front Matter

Introduction: Digital Humanities & Colonial Latin American Studies
Hannah Alpert-Abrams, Independent Scholar; Clayton McCarl, University of North Florida

Articles

Modeling Amerindian Sea Travel in the Early Colonial Caribbean
Emma Slayton, Carnegie Mellon University
Abstract  [en]
[sp] El Catálogo Colectivo de Marcas de Fuego. Avatares para conformar su canon de autoridades
Mercedes I. Salomón Salazar, México - Biblioteca Histórica José María Lafragua; Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla
Abstract  [sp]
The Form of the Content: The Digital Archive Nahuatl/Nawat in Central America
Laura Matthew, Marquette University; Michael Bannister, Independent Programmer Analyst
Abstract  [en]
Decolonizing “The Digital” in the Classroom: Reflections on the Intersection of Colonial Latin American Art History and Digital Art History Pedagogy
Lauren G. Kilroy-Ewbank, Independent Art Historian
Abstract  [en][en]
Ticha: Collaboration with Indigenous communities to build digital resources on Zapotec language and history
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
Abstract  [en][en]

Digital Humanities & Film Studies: Analyzing the Modalities of Moving Images

Editors: Manuel Burghardt, Adelheid Heftberger, Johannes Pause, Niels-Oliver Walkowski, Matthias Zeppelzauer

Front Matter

Film and Video Analysis in the Digital Humanities – An Interdisciplinary Dialog
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
Abstract  [en]

Articles

The Phenomenon of Interwar City Symphonies: A Combined Methodology of Digital Tools and Traditional Film Analysis Methods to Study Visual Motifs and Structural Patterns of Experimental-Documentary City Films
Eva Hielscher, Independent Scholar
Abstract  [en]
Matching Computational Analysis and Human Experience: Performative Arts and the Digital Humanities
Jan-Hendrik Bakels, Freie Universität Berlin; Matthias Grotkopp, Freie Universität Berlin; Thomas Scherer, Freie Universität Berlin; Jasper Stratil, Freie Universität Berlin
Abstract  [en]
Exploring Digitised Moving Image Collections: The SEMIA Project, Visual Analysis and the Turn to Abstraction
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
Abstract  [en]
The Stylometry of Film Dialogue: Pros and Pitfalls
Agata Hołobut, Jagiellonian University in Kraków; Jan Rybicki, Jagiellonian University in Kraków
Abstract  [en]
The Voices of Doctor Who – How Stylometry Can be Useful in Revealing New Information About TV Series
Joanna Byszuk, Institute of Polish Language, Polish Academy of Sciences
Abstract  [en]
Methods and Advanced Tools for the Analysis of Film Colors in Digital Humanities
Barbara Flueckiger, University of Zurich; Gaudenz Halter, University of Zurich
Abstract  [en]
Automated Visual Content Analysis for Film Studies: Current Status and Challenges
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
Abstract  [en]
Unknowable Facts and Digital Databases: Reflections on the Women Film Pioneers Project and Women in Film History
Sarah-Mai Dang, Institute of Media Studies, Philipps-Universität Marburg
Abstract  [en]

Articles

“Vivas to those who have failed:” Walt Whitman Electric and the (Digital) Humanities
Nicole Gray, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Abstract  [en]
Playing With Unicorns: AI Dungeon and Citizen NLP
Minh Hua, University of California, Santa Barbara; Rita Raley, University of California, Santa Barbara
Abstract  [en]

Reviews

Review of Sean Cubitt’s Finite Media: Environmental Implications of Digital Technologies
Richard Snyder, Washington State University
Abstract  [en]

Author Biographies