DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly

2022 16.4


Rule-based Adornment of Modern Historical Japanese Corpora using Accurate Universal Dependencies
Jerry Bonnell, Department of Computer Science, University of Miami; Mitsunori Ogihara, Department of Computer Science, University of Miami
Abstract  [en]
The circus we deserve? A front row look at the organization of the annual academic conference for the Digital Humanities
Laura Estill, St. Francis Xavier University; Jennifer Guiliano, Indiana University Purdue University at Indianapolis; Élika Ortega, University of Colorado, Boulder; Melissa Terras, University of Edinburgh; Deb Verhoeven, University of Alberta: Edmonton; Glen Layne-Worthey, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Abstract  [en]
Digital Humanities Inside Out: Developing a Digital Humanities Curriculum for Computer Scientists in Singapore
Alastair Gornall, Singapore University of Technology and Design; Sayan Bhattacharyya, Singapore University of Technology and Design
Abstract  [en]
Interpreting Measures of Meaning: Introducing Salience Differentiated Stability
Hugo Dirk Hogenbirk, University of Groningen, Departement of the History of Philosophy; Wim Mol,
Abstract  [en]
Underlying Sentiments in 1867: A Study of News Flows on the Execution of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico in Digitized Newspaper Corpora
Adran Israel Lerma Mayer, Universidad Anáhuac; Ximena Gutierrez-Vasques, University of Zurich; Ernesto Priani Saiso, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Hannu Salmi, University of Turku
Abstract  [en]


The Banality of Big Data: A Review of Discriminating Data
Amanda Furiasse, Nova Southeastern University
Abstract  [en]
Annotation: A Uniting, but Multifaceted Practice. A Review of Nantke and Schlupkothen (2020)
Melanie Andresen, Universität Stuttgart
Abstract  [en]

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