Digital Humanities Quarterly, Volume 11
Volume 11, Number 1, 2017
, Judith Siefring
: A Culture of non-citation: Assessing the digital impact of British History Online and the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership.
: A Hybrid Model for Managing DH Projects.
, Claire Taylor
: Where's the ML in DH? And Where's the DH in ML? The Relationship between Modern Languages and Digital Humanities, and an Argument for a Critical DHML.
: Pedagogical Entryways into Digital Humanities: A Review of Linda K. Hughes and Sarah R. Robbins' Teaching Transatlanticism (Edinburgh University Press, 2015).
Volume 11, Number 2, 2017
Göttingen Dialog in Digital Humanities 2015
: Topic Modeling Genre: An Exploration of French Classical and Enlightenment Drama.
: Reconstructing a website's lost past Methodological issues concerning the history of Unibo.it.
: Some principles for making collaborative scholarly editions in digital form.
: A Historical Geographic Information System (HGIS) of Nubia Based on the William J. Bankes Archive (1815-1822).
: Comparing Disciplinary Patterns: Exploring the Humanities through the Lens of Scholarly Communication.
, Heinz Werner Kramski
: Friedrich Kittler's Digital Legacy - PART I - Challenges, Insights and Problem-Solving Approaches in the Editing of Complex Digital Data Collections.
: Friedrich Kittler's Digital Legacy - PART II - Friedrich Kittler and the Digital Humanities: Forerunner, Godfather, Object of Research. An Indexer Model Research.
, Anke Lüdeling
: OCR of historical printings with an application to building diachronic corpora: A case study using the RIDGES herbal corpus.
, Jason Lee
: Shakespeare's Tragic Social Network; or Why All the World's a Stage.
: An Enlightenment Utopia: The Network of Sociability in Corinne.
Issues in Digital Humanities
Volume 11, Number 3, 2017
Imagining the DH Undergraduate:
Special Issue in Undergraduate Education in DH
Brandon T. Locke
: Digital Humanities Pedagogy as Essential Liberal Education: A Framework for Curriculum Development.
: Getting on the Map: A Case Study in Digital Pedagogy and Undergraduate Crowdsourcing.
Disciplinarity and DH Pedagogy
: A Long-Belated Welcome: Accepting Digital Humanities Methods into Non-DH Classrooms.
: Collaborative Knowledge Creation and Student-Led Assignment Design: Wikipedia in the University Literature Class.
: The New Itinerancy: Digital Pedagogy and the Adjunct Instructor in the Modern Academy.
: Recovering the London Stage Information Bank: Lessons from an Early Humanities Computing Project.
: From Disclaimer to Critique: Race and the Digital Image Archivist.
: Media Visualization of Book Cover Images: Exploring Differences among Bestsellers in Different Countries.
: Playing with Identities: Queering Digital Narratology and the Exploration of Gender and Sexual Identities.
: The Digital Classicist: building a Digital Humanities Community.
Issues in Digital Humanities
: Methods of quality, quality of methods. What does Roberto Busa have to communicate to digital humanists in the 21st century? From hermeneutics to performativity.