[Humanist] 31.366 pubs: historical networks; digital identities; medieval studies

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 366.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    David Birnbaum <djbpitt at gmail.com>                         (9)
        Subject: The Digital Middle Ages

  [2]   From:    Marten_Düring <m.duering at posteo.de>                      (27)
        Subject: Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Historical Network
                Research is out

  [3]   From:    Oxford University Press <oxfordacademicalerts at oup.com>    (41)
        Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Table of Contents for
                December 2017


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        Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 07:53:22 -0400
        From: David Birnbaum <djbpitt at gmail.com>
        Subject: The Digital Middle Ages


Dear Colleagues,

I am pleased to be able to announce the open-access publication of "The
Digital Middle Ages", a supplement to "Speculum: A journal of medieval
studies", published by the University of Chicago Press for the Medieval
Academy of America. The issue, under the guest editorship of David J.
Birnbaum, Sheila Bonde, and Mike Kestemont, is freely accessible at
http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/toc/spc/2017/92/S1.

Sincerely,

David



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        Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 18:51:15 +0200
        From: Marten_Düring <m.duering at posteo.de>
        Subject: Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research is out


We are very happy to announce the publication of the first issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research. The next call for papers is just around the corner, and we look forward to preparing Issue #2.

- Marten (also on behalf of the editors).

 

The issue is available here: https://jhnr.uni.lu/index.php/jhnr <https://jhnr.uni.lu/index.php/jhnr%20>
 
CONTENTS

 Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Inaugural Issue

The Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research

Editors' Introduction
Christian Rollinger, Marten Düring, Martin Stark, Robert Gramsch
i-vii

Articles

Trends in Archaeological Network Research
Tom Brughmans, Matt Peeples
1-24

Exploring Books through Multilayered Networks
Ingeborg van Vugt
25-51

Hypergraph Representations
Termeh Shafie, David Schoch, Jimmy Mans, Corinne Hofman, Ulrik Brandes
52-70

Networks of Conflict
Aline Deicke
71-105

Flucht und Unterstützung
Ruedi Epple
106-145



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        Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2017 17:10:47 +0000
        From: Oxford University Press <oxfordacademicalerts at oup.com>
        Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Table of Contents for December 2017


Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
European Association for Digital Humanities
Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations

Volume 32 Issue suppl_2
December 2017
Special Issue: 'Digital Humanities 2016: 
Digital Identities: the Past and the Future'

https://academic.oup.com/dsh/issue

Editorial

Introduction 
Maciej Eder, Jan Rybicki, Manfred Thaller

Understanding and explaining Delta measures for authorship attribution 
Stefan Evert; Thomas Proisl; Fotis Jannidis; Isabella Reger; Steffen Pielström ...

The microanalysis of style variation 
David L Hoover

Dialogism in the novel: A computational model of the dialogic nature of narration and quotations 
Grace Muzny; Mark Algee-Hewitt; Dan Jurafsky

Comparing the intertextuality of multiple authors using Tesserae: A new technique for normalization 
James O Gawley; A Caitlin Diddams

At the crossroads between the scientific and the literary discourse: Comparison as a figure of dialogism 
Marine Riguet; Suzanne Mpouli

Qu’est-ce qu’un texte numérique?—A new rationale for the digital representation of text 
Joris J van Zundert; Tara L Andrews

Digital palaeography: What is digital about it? 
Arianna Ciula

Visualizing Mouvance: Toward a visual analysis of variant medieval text traditions 
Stefan Jänicke; David Joseph Wrisley

First We Feel Then We Fall: James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake as an interactive video application 
Katarzyna Bazarnik; Jakub Wróblewski

Beauty is truth: Multi-sensory input and the challenge of designing aesthetically pleasing digital resources 
Claire Warwick

Knowledge creation through recommender systems 
Taylor Arnold; Peter Leonard; Lauren Tilton

Analysing and understanding news consumption patterns by tracking online user behaviour with a multimodal research design 
Martijn Kleppe; Marco Otte

EVI-LINHD, a virtual research environment for the Spanish-speaking community 
Elena González-Blanco; Clara Martínez Cantón; Gimena del Rio Riande; Salvador Ros; Rafael Pastor ...

Analyzing and visualizing ancient Maya hieroglyphics using shape: From computer vision to Digital Humanities 
Rui Hu; Carlos Pallán Gayol; Jean-Marc Odobez; Daniel Gatica-Perez

An iterative 3D GIS analysis of the role of visibility in ancient Maya landscapes: A case study from Copan, Honduras 
Heather Richards-Rissetto




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