Nouveau numéro du Digital Humanities Quarterly

Le numéro d'automne 2009 (volume 3 numéro 4) du Digital Humanities Quarterly est maintenant en ligne.

Rédacteurs invités: Stuart Dunn et Tobias Blake

Dans ce numéro:

    Stuart Dunn, Centre for e-Research, King's College London; Tobias Blanke, Centre for e-Research, King's College London


    The Potential and Problems in using High Performance Computing in the Arts and Humanities
    Melissa M. Terras, University College London
    e-Science for Medievalists: Options, Challenges, Solutions and Opportunities
    Peter Ainsworth, University of Sheffield; Michael Meredith, University of Sheffield
    Service-Oriented Software in the Humanities: A Software Engineering Perspective
    Nicolas Gold, King's College London
    The Making of Our Cultural Commonwealth
    John Unsworth, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
    The e Prefix: e-Science, e-Art & the New Creativity
    Gregory Sporton, Birmingham City University
    Locating Grid Technologies: Performativity, Place, Space
    Angela Piccini, University of Bristol
    Grid-enabling Humanities Datasets
    Mark Hedges, King’s College London

    Ontologies and Logic Reasoning as Tools in Humanities?
    Amélie Zöllner-Weber, Uni Digital, Bergen, Norway
    Conjectural Criticism: Computing Past and Future Texts

    Kari Kraus, University of Maryland
    "It May Change My Understanding of the Field": Understanding Reading Tools for Scholars and Professional Readers
    Ray Siemens, University of Victoria; Cara Leitch, University of Victoria; Analisa Blake, University of Victoria; Karin Armstrong, University of Victoria; John Willinsky, University of British Columbia/Stanford
    The Digital Future is Now: A Call to Action for the Humanities
    Christine L. Borgman, UCLA

Bonne lecture!