Welcome to the
Journal of Digital Humanities
Vol. 1, No. 1 Winter 2011
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.
A Community-Sourced Journal
We’re pleased to present the inaugural issue of the Journal of Digital Humanities, which represents the best of the work that was posted online by the community of digital humanities scholars and practitioners in the final three months of 2011. We wish to underline this notion of community. Indeed, this new journal is predicated on […]
Getting Started in Digital Humanities
When I presented at the Great Lakes College Association’s New Directions workshop on digital humanities (DH) in October, I tried to answer the question “Why digital humanities?”
Academic History Writing and its Disconnects
Defining Data for Humanists: Text, Artifact, Information or Evidence?
Demystifying Networks, Parts I & II
Scott B. Weingart
Clustering with Compression for the Historian
Spatializing Photographic Archives
Marc Downie and Paul Kaiser
"Humanities in a Digital Age" Symposium Podcasts
Jeremy Boggs, Alison Booth, Daniel J. Cohen, Mitchell S. Green, Anne Houston and Stephen Ramsay
Philosophical Leadership Needed for the Future: Digital Humanities Scholars in Museums
Nik Honeysett and Michael Edson
Critical Discourse in Digital Humanities
"Modern humanities scholarship is a direct engagement with a deracinated, Google-ised, Wikipedia-ised, electronic text."
"The debates around the role of 'theory' in digital humanities are debates about the relationship between saying and doing."
Introduction: Theory and the Virtues of Digital Humanities
When Digital Humanities Was in Vogue
Benjamin M. Schmidt
What We Think We Will Build and What We Build in Digital Humanities
William G. Thomas
Who You Calling Untheoretical?
Theory, Digital Humanities, and Noticing
Digital Humanities as Thunderdome
Words and Code
Tom Scheinfeldt and Ryan Shaw
Please Write it Down: Design and Research in Digital Humanities
Building and Sharing (When You’re Supposed to be Teaching)
Marked Bodies, Transformative Scholarship, and the Question of Theory in Digital Humanities
Where Are the Philosophers? Thoughts from THATCamp Pedagogy
It’s All About the Stuff: Collections, Interfaces, Power, and People
All the Digital Humanists Are White, All the Nerds Are Men, but Some of Us Are Brave
Moya Z. Bailey
Review of WordSeer, produced by Aditi Muralidharan, Marti Hearst, and Bryan Wagner
Review of Bookworm, produced by Benjamin Schmidt, Martin Camacho, et al.
Boone B. Gorges
Review of QueryPic, produced by Tim Sherratt
Jeremy Boggs, David McClure, Eric Rochester and Wayne Graham