lunes, 20 de junio de 2016

Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium @DHQuarterly 2016 10.1 #digitalhumanities

Hoy traemos a este espacio el número 2016 10.1  de Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium Digital Humanities Quarterly, an open-access, peer-reviewed, digital journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities.

Editors: James O'Sullivan, Mary Galvin, and Diane Jakacki

Front Matter

Introduction to the Digital Humanities Summer Institute Colloquium Special Issue
James O’Sullivan, University of Sheffield; Mary Galvin, University College Cork; Diane Jakacki, Bucknell University
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Textual Reuse in the Eighteenth Century: Mining Eliza Haywood’s Quotations
Douglas Ernest Duhaime, University of Notre Dame
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The Sentences Commentary Text Archive: Laying the Foundation for the Analysis, Use, and Reuse of a Tradition
Jeffrey Charles Witt, Loyola University Maryland
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TaDiRAH: a Case Study in Pragmatic Classification
Luise Borek, Technical University of Darmstadt; Quinn Dombrowski, Miami University; Jody Perkins, Miami University; Christof Schöch, University of Würzburg
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From Stone to Screen: Digital Revitalization of Ancient Epigraphy
Lisa Tweten, University of British Columbia; Gwynaeth McIntyre, University of British Columbia; Chelsea Gardner, University of British Columbia
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The Stuff of Science Fiction: An Experiment in Literary History
Stefania Forlini, University of Calgary; Uta Hinrichs, University of St. Andrews; Bridget Moynihan, University of Calgary
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Student Labour and Training in Digital Humanities
Katrina Anderson, Simon Fraser University; Lindsey Bannister, Simon Fraser University; Janey Dodd, University of British Columbia; Deanna Fong, Simon Fraser University; Michelle Levy, Simon Fraser University; Lindsey Seatter, University of Victoria
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Sound and Digital Humanities: reflecting on a DHSI course
John F. Barber, The Creative Media & Digital Culture Program, Washington State University Vancouver
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The Almanac Archive: Theorizing Marginalia and Duplicate Copies in the Digital Realm
Lindsey Eckert, Georgia State University; Julia Grandison, University of Toronto
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Word Processor Art: How User-friendly Inhibits Creativity
Renée Farrar, United States Military Academy at West Point
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A Digital Humanist-Informatician Review of Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson, editors, Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities
Alan Bilansky, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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A Writing Studies Review of Jim Ridolfo and William Hart-Davidson, editors, Rhetoric and the Digital Humanities
Kevin G. Smith, Northeastern University
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Author Biographies
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