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        Subject: Lit Linguist Computing Table of Contents for Special Issue "Digital Humanities 2013: Freedom to Explore", September 1, 2014; Vol. 29, No. 3

Literary and Linguistic Computing Table of Contents Alert
Special Issue [lsquo ]Digital Humanities 2013: Freedom to Explore[rsquo ]
Vol. 29, No. 3
September 2014


  Introduction: Freedom to Explore
  Bethany Nowviskie
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 281-282

 Original Articles

  Getting there from here. Remembering the future of digital humanities: 
  Roberto Busa Award lecture 2013
  Willard McCarty
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 283-306

  Geographical and linguistic diversity in the Digital Humanities
  Isabel Galina Russell
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 307-316

  Mapping Homer’s Catalogue of Ships
  Courtney Evans and Ben Jasnow
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 317-325

  What Ever Happened to Project Bamboo?
  Quinn Dombrowski
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 326-339

  Judy Malloy's seat at the (database) table: A feminist reception history 
  of early hypertext literature
  Kathi Inman Berens
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 340-348

  Web-based discovery and integration of archaeological historic properties
  inventory data: The Digital Index of North American Archaeology (DINAA)
  Joshua J. Wells, Eric C. Kansa, Sarah W. Kansa, Stephen J. Yerka, David 
  G. Anderson, Thaddeus G. Bissett, Kelsey Noack Myers, and R. Carl DeMuth
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 349-360

  ‘The Sounds of the Psalter: Computational Analysis of Soundplay’
  Drayton C. Benner
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 361-378

  Crowdsourcing individual interpretations: Between microtasking and 
  Brandon Walsh, Claire Maiers, Gwen Nally, Jeremy Boggs, and Praxis 
  Program Team
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 379-386

  Joint and multi-authored publication patterns in the Digital Humanities
  Julianne Nyhan and Oliver Duke-Williams
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 387-399

  Geographic visualization of place names in Swedish literary texts
  Lars Borin, Dana Dannélls, and Leif-Jöran Olsson
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 400-404

  Visibility and meaning in topic models and 18th-century subject indexes
  Jeffrey M. Binder and Collin Jennings
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 405-411

  Automatic detection of reuses and citations in literary texts
  Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Peirre Glaudes, and Andrea Del Lungo
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 412-421

  Collaborative authorship: Conrad, Ford and Rolling Delta
  Jan Rybicki, David Hoover, and Mike Kestemont
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 422-431

  Simulation of the Complex System of Speech Interaction: Digital 
  William A. Kretzschmar, Jr and Ilkka Juuso
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 432-442

  Epistolary voices. The case of Elisabeth Wolff and Agatha Deken
  Karina van Dalen-Oskam
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 443-451

  Citations, contexts, and humanistic discourse: Toward automatic 
  extraction and classification
  Chris Alen Sula and Matthew Miller
  Lit Linguist Computing 2014 29: 452-464

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