DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2023 17.1


More than Distant Viewing: Qualitative Views on Machine Learning as an Automated Analysis Method in Networked Climate Image Communication
Paul Heinicker, University of Potsdam; Janna Kienbaum, University of Potsdam; Birgit Schneider, University of Potsdam
Abstract  [en]
Whitman Tracked Between Editions, Rossetti as a Complex Subversive, and the Collective Sense of Authorship: A Mixed Methods Accounting of a Hyperlinked “Calamus”
David Thomson, Independent Scholar
Abstract  [en]
Radically Accessible Shakespeare: Cripping the Digital Shakespeare Canon through Universal Design and Disability Studies
Christine M. Gottlieb, Cal State East Bay
Abstract  [en]
Tiresias: A Novel Approach for Mining Book Indices
Moshe Blidstein, University of Haifa; Daphne Raban, University of Haifa
Abstract  [en]
“The Page Is an Image Again:” Bleedmapping as an Analysis Technique for Historical Newspapers
Quintus van Galen, University of Amsterdam
Abstract  [en]
The case of the golden background, a virtual restoration and a physical reconstruction of the medieval Crucifixion of the Lindau Master (c. 1425)
Liselore Tissen, Leiden University and Delft University of Technology; Sanne Frequin, Utrecht University; Ruben Wiersma, Delft University of Technology
Abstract  [en]


The History of Digital History: A Review of Crymble (2021)
Helen B. Kampmann Marodin, University of South Carolina
Abstract  [en]

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