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[ecrea] New issue - digital humanities quarterly - Digital Technology in the Study of the Past

Wed Dec 05 22:26:06 GMT 2018

New issue - digital humanities quarterly
2018 12.3

Technology in the Study of the Past
Editors: Anna Foka, Jonathan Westin, Adam Chapman

Front Matter
Introduction to the DHQ Special Issue: Digital Technology in the Study of the Past Anna Foka, Umeå University; Jonathan Westin, University of Gothenburg; Adam Chapman, University of Gothenburg

How Technology Means: Texts, History, and Their Associated Technologies
Joshua L. Mann, Expositus

Ghosts in the Machine: a motion-capture experiment in distributed reception
Helen Slaney, University of Roehampton; Anna Foka, DH Uppsala and Humlab Umeå; Sophie Bocksberger, University of Oxford

Reviving Classical Drama: virtual reality and experiential learning in a traditional classroom
Eleni Bozia, University of Florida

Recording invisible proofs to compose stone narratives. Applications of Near Infrared Spectroscopy in provenance studies.
Claudia Sciuto, Umeå University

To tree, or not to tree? On the Empirical Basis for Having Past Landscapes to Experience. Philip I. Buckland, Umeå University, Sweden; Nicolò Dell'Unto, Lund University, Sweden; Gísli Pálsson, Umeå University, Sweden

Researcher as Bricoleur: Contextualizing humanists’ digital workflows
Smiljana Antonijevic, The Pennsylvania State University; Ellysa Stern Cahoy, The Pennsylvania State University

Machine-aided close listening: Prosthetic synaesthesia and the 3D phonotext
Chris Mustazza, University of Pennsylvania

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