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Review of ORBIS
Quantitative methods matter in the digital humanities, and are coming to play an ever more prominent role in their discourse. This is driven, in part, by a great increase in interest in simulation modelling.
Review of The French Book Trade in Enlightenment Europe, 1769-1794: Mapping the Trade of the Société Typographique de Neuchâtel
Mapping the history of ideas against the actual reading practices of early modern Europeans has intrigued (and troubled) historians at least since Roger Chartier focused our attention on the need to consider the reader, not just the text.
Review of Mapping Texts
Mapping Texts addresses a pressing problem and an exciting opportunity that many working in digital humanities are tackling: now that we have massive amounts of historical evidence digitized, what new questions can we pose and what new knowledge can we produce?