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.

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Volume 12 (2)

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Introduction: The Importance of Place and Openness in Spatial Humanities Research
Catherine Porter, vol. 12 (2): 91-101
STREAM (Spatiotemporal Research Infrastructure for Early Modern Brabant and Flanders): Sources, Data and Methods
Isabelle Devos, vol. 12 (2): 102-119
Deepening Historical GIS: An Integrated Database Solution for Linking People, Place and Events through Unstructured Text
Jim Schindling, vol. 12 (2): 120-137
‘The Empire Strikes Back’ ?: HGIS de las Indias and the Postcolonial Death Star
Werner Stangl, vol. 12 (2): 138-162
Combining Close and Distant Reading: A Multiscalar Analysis of the English Lake District's Historical Soundscape
Joanna E. Taylor, vol. 12 (2): 163-182
The Use of GIS to Draw Literary Maps of Compostela. Applications in the Educational Field
María López-Sández, vol. 12 (2): 183-195
Space and Time in 100 Million Words: Health and Disease in a Nineteenth-century Newspaper
Catherine Porter, vol. 12 (2): 196-216

Volume 11 (2)

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Explanatory Annotation in the Context of the Digital Humanities: Introduction
Angelika Zirker, vol. 11 (2): 145-152
The Value of Plurality in ‘The Network with a Thousand Entrances’
Ray Siemens, vol. 11 (2): 153-173
Interpretation, Agency, Entropy: Annotating Pope's Dunciads
Valerie Rumbold, vol. 11 (2): 174-198
Annotation Between Formation And Information
Jürgen Leonhardt, vol. 11 (2): 199-211
Explanatory Annotation of Literary Texts and the Reader: Seven Types of Problems
Matthias Bauer, vol. 11 (2): 212-232