Literary and Linguistic Computing: Digital Humanities 2011 (Vol. 28, No. 2, June 2013)

21 May 2013 - 00:00

Literary and Linguistic Computing
Special Issue
Digital Humanities 2011: Big Tent Digital
Vol. 28, No. 2
June 2013



   Katherine Walter


  Original Articles

   The text-image-link-editor: A tool for linking facsimiles and transcriptions, and image annotations
   Yahya Ahmed Ali Al-Hajj and Marc Wilhelm Küster

   Challenging new views on familiar plotlines: A discussion of the use of XML in the development of a scholarly tool for literary     pedagogy
   Monica Brown, Teresa Dobson, Dustin Grue, and Stan Ruecker

   On the term ‘text’ in digital humanities
   Paul Caton

   The Tesserae Project: intertextual analysis of Latin poetry
   Neil Coffee, Jean-Pierre Koenig, Shakthi Poornima, Christopher W.
   Forstall, Roelant Ossewaarde, and Sarah L. Jacobson

   Do birds of a feather really flock together, or how to choose training samples for authorship attribution
   Maciej Eder and Jan Rybicki

   Reading practices and digital experiences: An investigation into secondary students’ reading practices and XML-markup experiences of fiction
   Dustin Grue, Teresa M. Dobson, and Monica Brown

   Documenting horizons of interpretation in philosophy
   Ernesto Priani Saisó, Leticia Flores Farfán, Isabel Galina, Rafael Gómez, Choreno, and Marat Ocampo Gutiérrez de Velasco

   Discovering land transaction relations from land deeds of Taiwan
   Shih-Pei Chen, Yu-Ming Huang, Jieh Hsiang, Hsieh-Chang Tu, Hou-Ieong Ho, and Ping-Yen Chen

   Visualization of relationships among historical persons from Japanese historical documents
   Fuminori Kimura, Takahiko Osaki, Taro Tezuka, and Akira Maeda

   Omeka in the classroom: The challenges of teaching material culture in a digital world
   Allison C. Marsh

   Supporting exploratory text analysis in literature study
   Aditi Muralidharan and Marti A. Hearst

   Towards a digital research environment for Buddhist studies
   Kiyonori Nagasaki, Toru Tomabechi, and Masahiro Shimoda

   Interactive layout analysis, content extraction, and transcription of historical printed books using Pattern Redundancy Analysis
   Jean-Yves Ramel, Nicolas Sidère, and Frédéric Rayar

   Automatic extraction of catalog data from digital images of historical manuscripts
   Roni Shweka, Yaacov Choueka, Lior Wolf, and Nachum Dershowitz

   A trip around the world: Accommodating geographical, linguistic and cultural diversity in academic research teams
   Lynne Siemens and Elisabeth Burr

   Layer on layer. ‘Computational archaeology’ in 15th-century Middle Dutch historiography
   Rombert J. Stapel

   Names in novels: An experiment in computational stylistics
   Karina van Dalen-Oskam