[Humanist] 32.33 pubs: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 33.2 (June)

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        Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Table of Contents for June 2018

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Volume 33 Issue 2

June 2018

Original Articles

A method for content analysis applied to newspaper coverage of Japanese personalities in Brazil and Portugal
Luís Fernando Costa

Non-representational approaches to modeling interpretation in a graphical environment
Johanna Drucker

Beyond humanities qua digital: Spatial and material development for digital research infrastructures in HumlabX1
Anna Foka; Anna Misharina; Viktor Arvidsson; Stefan Gelfgren

Measuring syntactical variation in Germanic texts
Wilbert Heeringa; Femke Swarte; Anja Schüppert; Charlotte Gooskens

Smoke and mirrors: Tracing ambiguity in texts
Robert Hogenraad

Issues on multimodal corpus of Chinese speech acts: A case in multimodal pragmatics
Lihe Huang

Authorship attribution, constructed languages, and the psycholinguistics of individual variation
Patrick Juola

CorpusTracer: A CIDOC database for tracing knowledge networks
Florian Kräutli; Matteo Valleriani

Devising Rhesus: A strange ‘collaboration’ between Aeschylus and Euripides
Nikos Manousakis; Efstathios Stamatatos

A lexicographical model based on the predicative framework theory (functional grammar) for sense disambiguation. An application to Latin author dictionaries
Manuel Márquez Cruz

The limits of distinctive words: Re-evaluating literature’s gender marker debate
Sean G Weidman; James O’Sullivan

The rationale of the born-digital dossier génétique: Digital forensics and the writing process: With examples from the Thomas Kling Archive
Thorsten Ries

Distributed language representation for authorship attribution
Mirco Kocher; Jacques Savoy

Revisiting the classification of Gallo-Italic: a dialectometric approach
Marco Tamburelli; Lissander Brasca

Enabling complex analysis of large-scale digital collections: humanities research, high-performance computing, and transforming access to British Library digital collections
Melissa Terras; James Baker; James Hetherington; David Beavan; Martin Zaltz Austwick ...

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