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Humanist Archives: June 3, 2020, 8:42 a.m. Humanist 34.77 - pubs: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 35.2

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 34, No. 77.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: 2020-06-02 19:43:08+00:00
        From: Willard McCarty 
        Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Table of Contents for June 2020

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
Volume 35 Issue 2
June 2020

Technical and methodological foundations of digital indexing 
of medieval and early modern court books 	 
Arkadiusz Borek; Tomasz Związek; Michał Słomski ; Michał Gochna; 
Grzegorz Myrda...

FAST: Fast and Accurate Synoptic Texts 	 
Oran Brill; Moshe Koppel; Avi Shmidman

Transcribear – Introducing a secure online transcription and 
annotation tool 	 

Dialect borders—political regions are better predictors than 
economy or religion
Curdin Derungs; Christian Sieber; Elvira Glaser; Robert Weibel

Searching for Thomas Nashe in Dido, Queen of Carthage 	 
Darren Freebury-Jones; Marcus Dahl

And Quiet Flows the Don: the Sholokhov-Kryukov authorship 
Marina Iosifyan; Igor Vlasov

Judging style: The case of Bush versus Gore 	 
Matthew L Jockers; Fernando Nascimento; George H Taylor

History playground: A tool for discovering temporal trends 
in massive textual corpora 	 
Thomas Lansdall-Welfare; Nello Cristianini

Techno-poetics in micro-stories of the digital age: 
The case of Alex Epstein 	 
Orna Levin

A bibliometric analysis on cognitive processing of emotional 
Jia Liu; Lin Fan; Hongshan Yin

The visual side of digital humanities: a survey on topics, 
researchers, and epistemic cultures 
Sander Münster ; Melissa Terras

Digital studies and transcontextualization of the humanities: 
The case of organology 	 
Sanela Nikolić

Transnationalizing humour on social media: A linguistic analysis 
of ideology, identity and didactics in Robert Mugabe Quotes memes 	 
Paul Onanuga

Digital nudges and dark patterns: The angels and the archfiends 
of digital communication 	 
Şebnem Özdemir

Toward a virtual research environment for the spatial humanities: 
Michelle Pfeiffer; Dirk Eller; Cyril Carré

A new analytic framework for prediction of migration patterns and 
locations of historical manuscripts based on their script types 	 
Gila Prebor; Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet; Yitzchak Miller

Dating medieval texts by classification with flexible time intervals 	 
Gregory Toner; Xiwu Han

Linguistic analysis of datasets for semantic textual similarity 	 
Chunlin Wang; Irene Castellón; Elisabet Comelles

Analysis of mystical concepts in Khaghani’s Divan 	 
Ming-Ming Yin; Mohammad Reza Mahmoudi; Ali Abbasalizadeh

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Editor: Willard McCarty (King's College London, U.K.; Western Sydney University, Australia)
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