Digital Scholarship in the Humanities

Papers
(The TQCC of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
ArticleCitations
Digital cultural colonialism: measuring bias in aggregated digitized content held in Google Arts and Culture21
Digital humanities and digital social reading18
Sustainability and complexity: Knowledge and authority in the digital humanities16
Relative contributions of Shakespeare and Fletcher in Henry VIII: An analysis based on most frequent words and most frequent rhythmic patterns14
Research trends on big data domain using text mining algorithms14
The use of AR to preserve and popularize traditional Chinese musical instruments as part of the formation of the tourist attractiveness of the national art of Guizhou province9
Applying AI to digital archives: trust, collaboration and shared professional ethics9
Disentangling modal meanings with distributional semantics8
Trump’s and Biden’s styles during the 2020 US presidential election8
Bias and representativeness in digitized newspaper collections: Introducing the environmental scan8
¿Existe correlación entre importancia y centralidad? Evaluación de personajes con redes sociales en obras teatrales de la Edad de Plata7
Public perception of COVID-19’s global health crisis on Twitter until 14 weeks after the outbreak7
Shanghai memory as a digital humanities platform to rebuild the history of the city6
WebGIS approach of entity-oriented search to visualize historical and cultural events6
Semiotically-grounded distant viewing of diagrams: insights from two multimodal corpora6
Interpretation of metaphors in Chinese poetry: Where did Li Bai place his emotions?6
Dynamic evolution of sentiments in Never Let Me Go: Insights from multifractal theory and its implications for literary analysis6
Citational politics: Quantifying the influence of gender on citation in Digital Scholarship in the Humanities6
Towards a knowledge base of medieval and renaissance geographical Latin works: The IMAGO ontology5
Digital humanities, knowledge complexity, and the five ‘aporias’ of digital research5
Understanding the Middle East through the eyes of Japan’s Newspapers: A topic modelling and sentiment analysis approach5
A multimodal turn in Digital Humanities. Using contrastive machine learning models to explore, enrich, and analyze digital visual historical collections5
Metre as a stylometric feature in Latin hexameter poetry4
A survey of computational methods for iconic image analysis4
The interpretation of topic models for scholarly analysis: An evaluation and critique of current practice4
From collection resources to intelligent data: Construction of intelligent digital humanities platform for local historical documents of Shanghai Jiao Tong University4
Word embeddings and semantic shifts in historical Spanish: Methodological considerations4
Digital History and the Politics of Digitization4
Approaching language levels and registers in written Chinese with the Menzerath–Altmann Law4
How the Word Adjacency Network (WAN) works4
Check the grammar of your translation: The usefulness of WhiteSmoke as an automated feedback program3
Rural versus urban fiction in contemporary Chinese literature - Quantitative approach case study3
Knowledge-based relational search in cultural heritage linked data3
Are translated Chinese Wuxia fiction and western heroic literature similar? A stylometric analysis based on stylistic panoramas3
Topic modelling on archive documents from the 1970s: global policies on refugees3
Enriching contextualized semantic representation with textual information transmission for COVID-19 fake news detection: A study on English and Persian3
On assessing metadata completeness in digital cultural heritage repositories3
An analysis of the Word Adjacency Network method—Part 1—The evidence of its unsoundness3
Quantitative analysis of character networks in Polish 19th- and 20th-century novels3
Author verification of Nahj Al-Balagha3
Shakespeare and principal components analysis3
Chronotopic information interaction: integrating temporal and spatial structure for historical indexing and interactive search3
The Diachronic Spanish Sonnet Corpus: TEI and linked open data encoding, data distribution, and metrical findings3
PaleoCodage—Enhancing machine-readable cuneiform descriptions using a machine-readable paleographic encoding3
Recurrent convolutional neural networks for poet identification3
A warring style: A corpus stylistic analysis of the First World War poetry3
The integration of heterogeneous information from diverse disciplines regarding persons and goods3
Medicine in theMonthly Review: Revealing public medical discourse with topic modelling2
Generating a sentiment dictionary in R and dictionary-based sentiment analysis in Turkish texts2
Text mining Mill: Computationally detecting influence in the writings of John Stuart Mill from library records2
Open scholarship in Australia: A review of needs, barriers, and opportunities2
A graph database of scholastic relationships in the Babylonian Talmud2
Mapping information and identifying disinformation based on digital humanities methods: From accuracy to plasticity2
Multimodality and media archaeology: Complementary optics for looking at digital stuff?2
Recovering and rendering silenced experiences of genocides: Testimonial fragments of the Holocaust2
Multichannel convolutional neural networks for detecting COVID-19 fake news2
Relational perspectives as situated visualizations of art collections2
Big data or not enough? Zeta test reliability and the attribution of Henry VI2
New horizons of digital literary criticism2
AreDaojingandDejingstylistically independent of each other: A stylometric analysis with activity and descriptivity2
‘Uniformity’ or ‘Dispersion’?—The evolution of Chinese poetic word categories’ distribution patterns2
Interpreting through AI: A note on the possibility of weaving ancient traditions with novel technologies2
Using named entity recognition and network analysis to distinguish personal networks from the social milieu in nineteenth-century Ottoman–Iraqi personal diaries2
Co-occurrence graph-based context adaptation: a new unsupervised approach to word sense disambiguation2
Encoding the haunting of an object catalogue: on the potential of digital technologies to perpetuate or subvert the silence and bias of the early-modern archive2
Linguistic features evaluation for hadith authenticity through automatic machine learning2
Noisy medieval data, from digitized manuscript to stylometric analysis: Evaluating Paul Meyer’s hagiographic hypothesis2
Translator attribution for Arabic using machine learning2
Argument corpus development and argument component classification: A study in academic Spanish2
Building linked lexicography applications with LexO-server2
Poetry in action: Networks of literary communication and the cultural leverage in the eighteenth-century Seoul2
Knowledge graph-based metaphor representation for literature understanding2
An analysis of the Word Adjacency Network method—Part 2—A true understanding of the method2
Gender inequality and female body language in children’s literature2
A systematic review of Wikidata in Digital Humanities projects2
Digital Humanities and disability: A systematic literature review of cultural accessibility for people with disability2
Digital transit ports for the illicit trade in antiquities: the case of the ‘Afghan Genizah’2
Exploring the similarity between Han’s and non-Han’s Yuan poetry: Resistance distance metrics over character co-occurrence networks2
GECEM Project Database: A digital humanities solution to analyse complex historical realities in early modern China and Europe2
‘Smart Museum’ in China: From technology labs to sustainable knowledgescapes2
A formal representation of the divine comedy’s primary sources: The Hypermedia Dante Network ontology2
“I would I had that corporal soundness”: Pervez Rizvi's Analysis of the Word Adjacency Network Method of Authorship Attribution2
Uncovering Environmental Change in the English Lake District: Using Computational Techniques to Trace the Presence and Documentation of Historical Flora2
A syntactic dependency network approach to the study of translational language2
Digital arts in Latin America: A report on the archival history of intersections in art and technology in Latin America2
Provenance visualization: Tracing people, processes, and practices through a data-driven approach to provenance1
Exploring Chinese lexical differences based on synergetic-linguistic model1
VR as a metaleptic possible world of global citizenship embodiment: a cognitive stylistic approach1
Stylometric similarity in literary corpora: Non-authorship clustering andDeutscher Novellenschatz1
Machine Translation and Global Research: Towards Improved Machine Translation Literacy in the Scholarly Community. Lynne Bowker and Jairo Buitrago Ciro1
OUP accepted manuscript1
Research on the psychology of fictional characters based on artificial intelligencean example study on The Family 1
Digital methods in cartographic source editing1
Lexical and function words or language and text type? Abbreviation consistency in an aligned corpus of Latin and Middle English plague tracts1
One-third of a century on: the state of the art, pitfalls, and the way ahead relating to digital humanities approaches to translation and interpreting studies1
Temporal networks of ‘Contrafacta’ in the first three troubadour generations1
Digital humanities or humanities in digital: revisiting scholarly primitives1
Who could be behind QAnon? Authorship attribution with supervised machine-learning1
Calculating sameness: Identifying early-modern image reuse outside the black box1
Polysemy, synonymy, and metaphor: The use of theHistorical Thesaurus of Englishin translation studies1
An application of data visualization technique in Arabic literature and linguistics1
Emergent Practices and Material Conditions in Learning and Teaching with Technologies. Teresa Cerratto Pargman and Isa Jahnke1
Hacking stylometry with multiple voices: Imaginary writers can override authorial signal in Delta1
A systematic review of Automatic Term Extraction: What happened in 2022?1
A social network approach to critical discourse studies1
Vector hermeneutics: On the interpretation of vector space models of text1
Modern architecture in the professional discourse: analysis of the Architectural Biennial of Quito’s 1976–92 archive using bipartite networks1
Storified narrative: Awake photo archives in digital humanities1
Rhyme in classical Latin poetry: Stylistic or stochastic?1
Same text, same discourse? Empirical validation of a discourse analysis methodology for cultural heritage1
Exploring the possibilities of Thomson’s fourth paradigm transformation—The case for a multimodal approach to digital oral history?1
Hapax remains: Regularity of low-frequency words in authorial texts1
Foucault’s archeological discourse analysis with digital methodology—Discourse on women prior to the first wave women’s movement1
Bertalign: Improved word embedding-based sentence alignment for Chinese–English parallel corpora of literary texts1
An ontology of masters of the Babylonian Talmud1
Normalization of Ukrainian letters, numerals, and measures for natural language processing1
Humanidades Digitales en Filipinas: proyectos, dificultades y oportunidades de la colaboración Norte-Sur1
Reading in the mist: high-quality optical character recognition based on freely available early modern digitized books1
The 3D recording of the so-called Spreti sarcophagus in the Basilica of San Vitale (Ravenna, Italy)1
Different processes for translating expressive versus informative texts? A computer-assisted study of professionals’ English–Chinese translation1
The promise of digital humanities pedagogy: Decolonizing a diverse classroom in Ghana1
The Marlowe corpus revisited1
Using search engines as a retrieval tool for translating newly coined expressions and terminology between Chinese and English1
TBX and ‘Lemon’: What perspectives in terminology?1
A brief supplement to ‘The Marlowe Corpus Revisited’ and Phantom Marlowe1
Arden of Faversham, the authorship problem: Shakespeare, Watson, or Kyd?1
Eclectic mimēsis in Imperial Greek oratory: Topological metrics for syntactical quantification using wavelets1
A learning approach towards metre-based classification of similar Hindi poems using proposed two-level data transformation1
Creativity complicates tweets: a quantitative lens on syntactic characteristics of twitter1
Visualizing textual similarity of Shakespearean suspect texts: An examination of the Henry VI plays1
The use of the t-test in Shakespeare scholarship1
Lexical diversity as a lens into the classification of Slavic languages: A quantitative typology perspective1
Eye Tracking in Second Language Acquisition and Bilingualism: A Research Synthesis and Methodological Guide. Aline Godfroid1
Keynote: Tramando la palabra / Weaving the word1
Stylometric analysis of characters in Shakespeare’s plays1
Humanities and engineering perspectives on music transcription1
Interconnecting music repositories with semantic web technologies—An RDF- and schema.org-based approach1
Likelihood calculations for reconstructed lacunae and Papyrus 46’s text of Ephesians 6:191
Infrastructuring digital humanities: On relational infrastructure and global reconfiguration of the field1
Sentiment analysis in cross-linguistic context: How can machine translation influence sentiment classification?1
Cyberformalism: Histories of Linguistic Forms in the Digital Archive. Daniel Shore1
Who wrote Wuthering Heights?1
The Digital Humanities Coursebook: An Introduction to Digital Methods for Research and Scholarship. Johanna Drucker1
Stylometric analysis of Trump’s tweets1
Towards a common model for European poetry: Challenges and solutions1
A free market in extreme speech: Scientific racism and bloodsports on YouTube1
Facsimile narratives: Researching the past in the age of digital reproduction1
Fractality in Chinese prose1
Constructing a digital system of historical geographic information from the perspective of digital humanities: a case study of the historical geographic information database of Tibetan Buddhist monast1
A data-driven approach to studying changing vocabularies in historical newspaper collections1
A visualizing analysis of Chinese character processing in the past 40 years (1981–2020)1
Standards and quantification of coin iconography: possibilities and challenges1
Zeta revisited1
Beyond the binary: Trans women’s video activism on YouTube1
Retos en construcción de traductores automáticos para lenguas indígenas de México1
Effective annotation for the automatic vectorization of cadastral maps1
Research on the evaluation of museum website utility index based on analytic hierarchy process: a case study of China's national first-class museums1
Modelling the Rongorongo tablets: A new transcription of the Échancrée tablet and the foundation for decipherment attempts1
Deep contextual disambiguation of homonyms and polysemants1
From print to digital: A web edition of Giacomo Leopardi’s Idilli1
Some stylometric remarks on Ovid’sHeroidesand theEpistula Sapphus1
Diachronic delta: A computational method for analysing periods of accelerated change in literary datasets1
Embedding creativity into digital resources: Improving information discovery for art history1
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