Welcome to the
Journal of Digital Humanities
Vol. 3, No. 1 Spring 2014
The Journal of Digital Humanities is a comprehensive, peer-reviewed, open access journal that features the best scholarship, tools, and conversations produced by the digital humanities community in the previous trimester.
What can we learn from the creation and exploration of a virtual world? The impulse to create imagined spaces occupies a longstanding tradition in the humanities. Whether it be Plato’s Cave or Mount Olympus or Yoknapatawpha, virtual landscapes hold out the promise to expand our human capacities to create, to imagine, and to analyze beyond our physical constraints.
An Introduction to Alex McDowell's "World Building"
Media Systems - Envisioning the Future of Computational Media
Noah Wardrip-Fruin and Michael Mateas
"World building is both the creation of media and a design research practice."
"All of these various traces of the [public performance] have been integrated into a single experiential research environment through digital modeling."
Pudding Lane: Recreating Seventeenth-Century London
Joe Dempsey, Daniel Hargreaves, Daniel Peacock, Chelsea Lindsey, Dominic Bell, Luc Fontenoy and Heather Williams
Code Appendix for "Digital Ethnography"
Wendy F. Hsu
DH2013 Poster Gallery
DH@WIT: Digital Humanities for Undergraduate Design, Engineering, and Management Students
Christopher Scott Gleason
Modelling the Interpretation of Literary Allusion with Machine Learning Techniques
Neil Coffee, James Gawley, Christopher Forstall, Walter Scheirer, David Johnson, Jason Corso and Brian Parks
“Making the Digital Humanities More Open": Modeling Digital Humanities for a Wider Audience
Cory Bohon, Jennifer Guiliano, James Smith, George Williams and Amanda Visconti
Exploring Social Tags in a Digitized Humanities Online Collection
Youngok Choi and Sue Yeon Syn
DARIAH-EU’s Virtual Competency Center on Research and Education
Christof Schöch, Dallas Costis, Matt Munson, Toma Tasovac, Erik Malcolm Champion, Susan Schreibman, Agiatis Benardou, Marianne Ping Huang and Petra Links
“Where do you need us?” — The National Library in the Digital Humanities
Aly Conteh and Lotte Wilms
Encoding Historical Financial Records
Kathryn Tomasek and Syd Bauman
Great Parchment Book Project
Nicola Avery, Alberto Campagnolo, Caroline De Stefani, Kazim Pal, Matthew Payne, Philippa Smith, Rachael Smither, Ann Stewart, Emma Stewart, Patricia Stewart, Melissa Terras, Laurence Ward, Tim Weyrich and Liz Yamada
Dana Wheeles and Kristin Jensen
Debates in the Digital Humanities: Scholarly Publishing Across Print/Digital Streams
Matthew K. Gold, Douglas Armato, Zach Davis, Matthew Slaats and Mark Abrams
Visual Historiography: Visualizing “The Literature of a Field”
David J. Staley, Scot A. French and Bill Ferster