DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2016 10.3

Communicating Digital Humanities Across and Beyond the Disciplines

Editor: Julianne Nyhan

Front Matter

It is time to address the Public Communication of DH
Julianne Nyhan, UCL

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Articles

Digital Humanities in the 21st Century: Digital Material as a Driving Force
Niels Brügger, The Centre for Internet Studies, and NetLab Aarhus University

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Towards a Rationale of Audio-Text
Tanya E. Clement, University of Texas at Austin

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Circling around texts and language: towards pragmatic modelling in Digital Humanities
Arianna Ciula, University of Roehampton; Cristina Marras, Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e Storia delle Idee, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

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Explaining Events to Computers: Critical Quantification, Multiplicity and Narratives in Cultural Heritage
Stuart Dunn, King’s College London; Mareike Schumacher, Hamburg University

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How do we get to the Humanitarium from here?
Stan Ruecker, IIT Institute of Design

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Covers and Corpus wanted! Some Digital Humanities Fragments
Claire Clivaz, Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics

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Articles

Six Degrees of Francis Bacon: A Statistical Method for Reconstructing Large Historical Social Networks
Christopher N. Warren, Carnegie Mellon University; Daniel Shore, Georgetown University; Jessica Otis, Carnegie Mellon University; Lawrence Wang, Carnegie Mellon University; Mike Finegold, Carnegie Mellon University; Cosma Shalizi, Carnegie Mellon University

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Mining Public Discourse for Emerging Dutch Nationalism
Maarten van den Bos, Utrecht University; Hermione Giffard, Utrecht University

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The Printing Press as Metaphor
Elyse Graham, SUNY Stony Brook

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The App-Maker Model: An Embodied Expansion of Mobile Cyberinfrastructure
Brett Oppegaard, University of Hawaii; Michael Rabby, Washington State University Vancouver

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Reviews

Literary Data Mining: A review of Matthew Jockers, Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2013).
Jim Egan, Brown University

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Author Biographies