DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2021 15.4


A Named Entity Recognition Model for Medieval Latin Charters
Pierre Chastang, UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay; Sergio Torres Aguilar, UVSQ-Université Paris-Saclay; Xavier Tannier, Sorbonne Université
Abstract  [en]
Modernism and Gender at the Limits of Stylometry
Sean Weidman, Pennsylvania State University; Aaren Pastor, Pennsylvania State University
Abstract  [en]
Compounded Mediation: A Data Archaeology of the Newspaper Navigator Dataset
Benjamin Lee, The Library of Congress & The University of Washington
Abstract  [en]
Classifying and Contextualizing Edits in Variants with Coleto: Three Versions of Andy Weir’s The Martian
Erik Ketzan, Trinity College Dublin; Christof Schöch, University of Trier
Abstract  [en]
Character Recognition Of Seventeenth-Century Spanish American Notary Records Using Deep Learning
Nouf Alrasheed, Department of Computer Science. & Electrical Engineering. University of Missouri-Kansas City; Praveen Rao, Department of Health Management & Informatics, Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science. University of Missouri-Columbia; Viviana Grieco, Department of History. University of Missouri-Kansas City
Abstract  [en]
Finding Narratives in News Flows: The Temporal Dimension of News Stories
Blanca Calvo Figueras, University of Gronigen; Tommaso Caselli, University of Groningen; Marcel Broersma, Centre for Media and Journalism Studies, University of Groningen
Abstract  [en]
Innovation Through Colaboration in Humanities Research
Maria Bonn, School of Information Sciences, Univesity of Illinois Urbana Champaign; Harriett Green, ; Angela Courtney, ; Megan Senseney,
Abstract  [en]


The Age Old Question: A Review of What is Digital History? by Hannu Salmi
Tracy L. Barnett, University of Georgia
Abstract  [en]

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