Open-Access-Bücher zu den Digital Humanities

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Geographical Research in the Digital Humanities: Spatial Concepts, Approaches and Methods

Finn Dammann & Dominik Kre­mer (Hrsg.)–3‑8376–6918‑3/geographical-research-in-the-digital-humanities/
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The rich­ness of social and cul­tur­al the­o­ry in the human­i­ties offers count­less oppor­tu­ni­ties for using the­o­ry-informed con­cepts in data-based analy­sis work­flows. The con­trib­u­tors to this vol­ume thus encour­age fur­ther research uti­liz­ing out-of-the-box mod­els and approach­es to space and place in the field of Dig­i­tal Human­i­ties. The col­lec­tion fol­lows the two com­ple­men­tary goals of pro­vid­ing promis­ing con­cep­tu­al­i­sa­tions of space and place for a broad audi­ence from Dig­i­tal Human­i­ties, and of pre­sent­ing cur­rent work in Dig­i­tal Human­i­ties using dif­fer­ent con­cep­tu­al­i­sa­tions of space and place or offer­ing inno­v­a­tive meth­ods for their analy­sis.

Mixing Methods: Practical Insights from the Humanities in the Digital Age

Bir­git Schnei­der, Beate Löf­fler, Tino Mager, Car­o­la Hein (Hrsg.)

The dig­i­tal trans­for­ma­tion is accom­pa­nied by two simul­ta­ne­ous process­es: dig­i­tal human­i­ties chal­leng­ing the human­i­ties, their the­o­ries, method­olo­gies and dis­ci­pli­nary iden­ti­ties, and push­ing com­put­er sci­ence to get involved in new fields. But how can qual­i­ta­tive and quan­ti­ta­tive meth­ods be use­ful­ly com­bined in one research project? What are the the­o­ret­i­cal and method­olog­i­cal prin­ci­ples across all dis­ci­pli­nary dig­i­tal approach­es? This vol­ume focuss­es on dri­ving inno­va­tion and con­cep­tu­al­is­ing the human­i­ties in the 21st cen­tu­ry. Build­ing on the results of 10 research projects, it serves as a use­ful tool for design­ing cut­ting-edge research that goes beyond con­ven­tion­al strate­gies.

Zeitschrift „Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Publications“

Dig­i­tal Human­i­ties in the Nordic and Baltic Coun­tries Pub­li­ca­tions (short: DHNB Pub­li­ca­tions) is a dia­mond open-access pub­li­ca­tion out­let for Dig­i­tal Human­i­ties and Social Sci­ences con­fer­ences, work­shops, and oth­er aca­d­e­m­ic events main­ly from, but not lim­it­ed to, the Nordic and Baltic regions.

The series DHNB Pub­li­ca­tions is pub­lished at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Oslo Library, Nor­way, and edit­ed by Anni­ka Rock­en­berg­er (Uni­ver­si­ty of Oslo) and Eetu Mäkelä (Uni­ver­si­ty of Helsin­ki). 

The Board of the Asso­ci­a­tion for Dig­i­tal Human­i­ties in the Nordic and Baltic Coun­tries serves as the Edi­to­r­i­al Board and ensures region­al and inter­na­tion­al anchor­ing.

Indi­vid­ual DHNB Pub­li­ca­tions also reg­u­lar­ly have guest edi­tors, as the respec­tive con­fer­ence organ­is­ers edit and pub­lish each pro­ceed­ings. The pub­li­ca­tion edi­tors over­see the pub­li­ca­tion process.

DHNB Pub­li­ca­tions does not charge any fees for pub­lish­ing arti­cles. Access­ing, read­ing, and down­load­ing arti­cles is free of charge as well.

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