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Humanist Archives: Nov. 10, 2021, 8:19 a.m. Humanist 35.352 - pubs: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 36.4

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        Date: 2021-11-09 20:42:30+00:00
        From: Willard McCarty 
        Subject: Digital Scholarship in the Humanities Table of Contents for October 2021

Digital Scholarship in the Humanities
           European Association for Digital Humanities
           Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations

Volume 36, Issue 4, December 2021
https://academic.oup.com/dsh/issue/36/4

Open scholarship in Australia: A review of needs, barriers, and opportunities 
Paul Longley Arthur, Lydia Hearn, Lucy Montgomery, Hugh Craig, Alyssa Arbuckle ...

Eclectic mimēsis in Imperial Greek oratory: Topological metrics for syntactical quantification using wavelets 
Eleni Bozia

Polysemy, synonymy, and metaphor: The use of the Historical Thesaurus of English in translation studies 
John Corbett, Li Li

Shanghai memory as a digital humanities platform to rebuild the history of the city 
Xia Cuijuan, Wang Lihua, Liu Wei

Motivation to engage in crowdsourcing: Towards the synthetic psychological–sociological model 
Jānis Daugavietis

Understanding the Middle East through the eyes of Japan’s Newspapers: A topic modelling and sentiment analysis approach 
Piyush Ghasiya, Koji Okamura

Topic modelling on archive documents from the 1970s: global policies on refugees 
Philip Grant, Ratan Sebastian, Marc Allassonnière-Tang, Sara Cosemans

Evolution of linguistic complexity in Hearthstone: a resource and an example in linguistic game studies 
Jérôme Jacquin, Aris Xanthos

Visualizing textual similarity of Shakespearean suspect texts: An examination of the Henry VI plays 
Heejin Kim

The crystal goblet revisited: approaching text as documentation within the digital humanities 
Marc Kosciejew

Revisiting Sylvia Plath’s and Anne Sexton’s confessional poetry: Analyzing stylistic differences and evolution of poetic voice(s) through computational text analysis 
Shin Haeng Lee, Jin-Young Tak, Eun Joo Kwak, Seonghoon Kim, Tae Yun Lim

Data visualization technique to study the conceptual metaphors in Divan of Hafiz and Bustan of Sa'adi 
Miaomiao Li, Zulkefli Mansor, Shahab S. Band

Mapping information and identifying disinformation based on digital humanities methods: From accuracy to plasticity 
Julien Longhi

Metre as a stylometric feature in Latin hexameter poetry 
Benjamin Nagy

Text mining Mill: Computationally detecting influence in the writings of John Stuart Mill from library records 
Helen O’Neill, Anne Welsh, David A. Smith, Glenn Roe, Melissa Terras

Shakespeare and principal components analysis 
Pervez Rizvi

Avleddha: an example of Griko in popular music 
Dafni Souli, Maddalena Dilucca

#Godwin. A discursive analysis and typology of strategic references to the thirties and the Second World War in Flemish MPs’ tweets 
Tom Willaert, Jana Goyvaerts

BOOK REVIEWS

Digital humanities and new ways of teaching. Anna Wing-bo Tso (ed.) 
Huayong Li

An Eye-Tracking Study of Equivalent Effect in Translation: The Reader Experience of Literary Style. Callum Walker 
Wei Zhao, Olaf Immanuel Seel


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