DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2022 16.3


Linking Data and Disciplines: Interdisciplinary brokering in digital humanities research
Sabrina Sauer, University of Groningen; Berber Hagedoorn, University of Groningen
Abstract  [en]
Critical Design as Theory, Experiment, and Data: A Sociologically-Informed Approach to Visualizing Networks of Loss
Peter L.Forberg, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago
Abstract  [en]
Studying Large-Scale Behavioral Differences in Auschwitz-Birkenau with Simulation of Gendered Narratives
Gábor Mihály Tóth, USC Shoah Foundation / USC Viterbi School of Engineering; Tim Hempel, Freie Universität Berlin, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science / Department of Physics; Krishna Somandepalli, Google Research; Shri Narayanan, USC Viterbi School of Engineering
Abstract  [en]
Algorithmic Close Reading: Using Semantic Triplets to Index and Analyze Agency in Holocaust Testimonies
Lizhou Fan, University of Michigan; Todd Presner, UCLA
Abstract  [en]
Researching Spanish Dance in Time and Space: A GIS for La Argentina's Ballets Espagnols
Blanca Gómez Cifuentes, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Carlos Fernández Freire, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC); Isabel del Bosque González, Spanish National Research Council (CSIC); Idoia Murga Castro, Instituto de Historia, CSIC
Abstract  [en]
Sight and Sound: Counter-mapping the U.S.-Mexico Border Crisis
Lacey Schauwecker, University of Southern California
Abstract  [en]
Ethical and Effective Visualization of Knowledge Networks
Chelsea Canon, Department of Geography, University of Nevada, Reno; Douglas Boyle, Department of Geography, University of Nevada, Reno; K. J. Hepworth, UniSA Creative, University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Abstract  [en]

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