• DH Benelux Journal 3. DH Benelux Online

    Editor(s):
    Wout Dillen (see profile) , Antske Fokkens, Marijn Koolen, Christian Gosvig Olesen, Marieke van Erp
    Date:
    2021
    Group(s):
    DH Benelux, Digital Humanists, Textual Scholarship
    Subject(s):
    Digital humanities, Digital humanities research and methodology, Digital scholarship
    Item Type:
    Book
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/p3z7-4c05
    Abstract:
    The third volume of the DH Benelux Journal. This volume includes six full-length, peer-reviewed articles that are based on accepted contributions to the 2020 virtual DH Benelux conference. Contents: 1. Editor's Preface (Wout Dillen, Marijn Koolen, Marieke van Erp); 2. Introduction: Digital Humanities Online (Antske Fokkens, Christian Gosvig Olesen); 3. I Catching. Computationally Operationalising Narrative Perspective for Stylometric Analysis (Lisanne M. van Rossum, Joris J. van Zundert, Karina van Dalen-Oskam); 4. Reconstructing Gavin Douglas’s Translation Practice in the Eneados Using a Corpus Linguistic-Based Method (Megan Bushnell); 5. Using Linked Data to Track and Trace Processes of Canonization in Early Modern Dutch Literature (Harm Nijboer, Lieke van Deinsen, Leon van Wissen, Judith Brouwer, Ton van Strien, Frans Blom); 6. Vehemence and Victims: Emotion Mining Historical Parliamentary Debates on War Victims in the Netherlands (Milan van Lange and Ralf Futselaar); 7. #Bookstagram and Beyond. The Presence and Depiction of the Bachmann Literary Prize on Social Media (2007-2017) (Lore De Greve, Gunther Martens); 8. The Digital Humanities Classroom as a “Node”. From Toolbox to Mindset? (Florentina Armaselu).
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