International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing

The International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing (formerly History and Computing) is one of the world’s premier multi-disciplinary, peer-reviewed forums for research on all aspects of arts and humanities computing. It focuses both on conceptual or theoretical approaches and case studies or essays demonstrating how advanced information technologies further scholarly understanding of traditional topics in the arts and humanities. The journal also welcomes submissions on policy, epistemological, and pedagogical issues insofar as they relate directly to computing-based arts and humanities research.

Published Mar & Oct.

ISSN (print): 
1753-8548
ISSN (online): 
1755-1706

Latest articles

Volume 11 (1)

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Back matter
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Editors’ Note
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Notes on Contributors
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Guest Editor's Introduction: Digital GeoHumanities: Visualizing Geographic Thought
Nicholas Bauch, vol. 11 (1): 1-15
Guest Editor's Note: Process in Digital Geohumanities
Nicholas Bauch, vol. 11 (1): 16-19
Inhabiting the Line: A Digital Chronology of Suburban Expansion for San Antonio, Texas
Ian Caine, vol. 11 (1): 20-38
Peering Beyond the Imperial Gaze: Using Digital Tools to Construct a Spatial History of Conquest
Jeremy M. Mikecz, vol. 11 (1): 39-54
Practicing Spatial Epistemology with Immanuel Kant's ‘Physical’ Classification
Nicholas Bauch, vol. 11 (1): 55-67
Green Dreams, Toxic Legacies: Toward a Digital Political Ecology of Silicon Valley
Jason A. Heppler, vol. 11 (1): 68-85
A Deep Chart (the Aqua-Face of Deep Mapping)
Eleanor Hayman, vol. 11 (1): 86-108
‘The Story of Us’: Place-Making through Public Interaction with Digital GeoHumanities in Colorado Springs
John Harner, vol. 11 (1): 109-125
‘Imagined San Francisco’: Unpacking Urban Regime Theory through Interactive Cartography
Ocean Howell, vol. 11 (1): 126-143

Volume 10 (2)

Editors' Note
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Notes on Contributors
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Modelling East Asian Calendars in an Open Source Authority Database
vol. 10 (2): 127-144
Modelling Complex Non-Rectilinear Textile Structures
vol. 10 (2): 145-178
Smallholding Travel in the Agrarian Revolution: Using a Farmer Diary to Map Spatio-temporal Patterns in Late Nineteenth Century Sweden
vol. 10 (2): 179-204
Don't Just Build It, They Probably Won't Come: Data Sharing and the Social Life of Data in the Historical Quantitative Social Sciences
vol. 10 (2): 205-224

Volume 10 (1)

Editors' Note
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