Journal of Digital Humanities
Vol. 1, No. 3 Summer 2012

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 quarter.

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Introduction

The Difference the Digital Makes

The Editors

So much of the content of digital humanities begins in the analog world: documents that are scanned and indexed; maps that are recast in GIS; quantities that are converted to machine-readable tables.

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"Something curious happens to our ability to understand scope when we move all that goop of process and narrative into a computer." Craig Mod

San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, 1972-2004

San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, 1972-2004

"To treat such objects only as tools, and implicitly capable only of providing that which they were designed to provide, undercuts the possibilities of advancing the use of models and modeling in the humanities." Elijah Meeks and Karl Grossner

The FBTEE Project Visualisation Gallery

The FBTEE Project Visualisation Gallery

Projects

1. ORBIS

ORBIS: An Interactive Scholarly Work on the Roman World
Elijah Meeks and Karl Grossner

Modeling Networks and Scholarship with ORBIS
Elijah Meeks and Karl Grossner

2. The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe

The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe Project and the STN Database
Simon Burrows and Mark Curran

How Swiss was the Société Typographique de Neuchâtel? A Digital Case Study of French Book Trade Networks
Simon Burrows and Mark Curran

3. Mapping Texts

Mapping Texts: Visualizing American Historical Newspapers
Andrew J. Torget and Jon Christensen

Building New Windows into Digitized Newspapers
Andrew J. Torget and Jon Christensen

ISSN 2165-6673