[Humanist] 31.87 pubs: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities (June 2017)

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                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 87.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Table of Contents for June 2017

[Digital Scholarship in the Humanities]
Volume 32 Issue 2

June 2017

Original Articles

On the path to a methodology for the critique of digital literature 
Saulo Cunha de Serpa Brandão; Wander Nunes Frota

Using models of lexical style to quantify free indirect discourse in modernist fiction
Julian Brooke; Adam Hammond; Graeme Hirst

EMAG: An extended multimodal attribute grammar for behavioural features
Alessia D’Andrea; Arianna D’Ulizia; Fernando Ferri; Patrizia Grifoni

A quantitative close analysis of a theatre video recording
Miguel Escobar Varela; Gea Oswah Fatah Parikesit

ProppLearner : Deeply annotating a corpus of Russian folktales to enable the machine learning of a Russian formalist theory
Mark A. Finlayson

The small-world of ‘Le Petit Prince’: Revisiting the word frequency distribution
Daniel Gamermann; Carmen Moret-Tatay; Esperanza Navarro-Pardo; Pedro Fernandez de Córdoba Castellá

Operationalizing the colloquial style: Repetition in 19th-century American fiction
Marissa Gemma; Frédéric Glorieux; Jean-Gabriel Ganascia

Using social network analysis to reveal unseen relationships in medieval Scotland
Cornell Jackson

Visualizing computational, transversal narratives from the World Trade Towers
Ben Miller; Ayush Shrestha; Jennifer Olive

The character in the letter: Epistolary attribution in Samuel Richardson’s Clarissa
Lisa Pearl; Kristine Lu; Anousheh Haghighi

Other worlds, other DHs: Notes towards a DH accent
Roopika Risam

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Jim in China: A case of what Corpus Pragmatics can do for the translation of dialect
José Manuel Rodríguez Herrera

Mapping the Geography of Karl Marx’s Capital
Jacob Shell

Modeling and representing dramatic situations as paradoxical structures
Nicolas Szilas

What remains to be done—Exposing invisible collections in the other 7,000 languages and why it is a DH enterprise
Nick Thieberger

An application of a profile-based method for authorship verification: Investigating the authenticity of Pliny the Younger's letter to Trajan concerning the Christians
Enrico Tuccinardi

Reconciling the dynamics of language with a grammar handbook: The ongoing Pedalion grammar project
Toon Van Hal; Yannick Anné

Book Reviews

Pax Technica: How the Internet of things may set us free or lock us up. Philip N. Howard.
Joseph Donica

Digital Classics outside the echo-chamber: Teaching, Knowledge Exchange & Public Engagement, Gabriel Bodard and Matteo Romanello (eds).
Espen S. Ore

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