Digital Studies / Le champ numérique (ISSN 1918-3666) is a refereed academic journal serving as a formal arena for scholarly activity and as an academic resource for researchers in the digital humanities. DS/CN is published by the Société canadienne des humanités numériques (CSDH/SCHN), a partner in the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO).
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This issue was edited by Geoffrey Rockwell and Michael Sinatra
- Generalizing case-based analyses in the study of global music consumption: Matthew Woolhouse, James Renwick
- NewRadial: Challenging scales and standards of humanities scholarship through new knowledge environment prototypes: Jon Saklofske, the INKE Research Team
This issue has been guest edited by Kent Aardse.
- Alternate reality game and cultural heritage: The "Aequilibrium" project: Domenico Morreale, Giulia Bertone
- Don’t Make a Scene: Game Studies for an Uncertain World: Brian Greenspan
This issue has been guest edited by Alix Gil, Titilola Babalola, and Daniel Paul O'Donnell.
- A co z humanistami? – Cyfrowa humanistyka jako odpowiedź na obecny stan postrzegania humanistyki w polskojęzycznym internecie: Anna Sobczak
- What about the Humanists? Digital Humanities as an answer to contemporary perceptions of the Humanities on the Polish language Internet: Anna Sobczak
- Digital Humanities at Siberian Federal University: Inna Kizhner, Igor Kim, Maxim Rumyantsev, Marina Lapteva, Ruslan Baryshev, Nikita Pikov
- Language documentation and division: Bridging the digital divide: Lauren Gawne
- Inner Margins of the Literary Digital Text: From Allusion to Rewriting: René Audet
- La littérature numérique, existe-t-elle: Marcello Vitali-Rosati
- Segmental analysis based authorship discrimination between the holy quran and prophet's statements: Halim Sayoud
- Anna Munster. An Aesthesia of Networks: Conjunctive Experience in Art and Technology. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2013. ISBN: 9780262018951 (hardcover)
A selection of articles from the 2013 CSDH/SDCN conference at the University of Victoria, June 3-5.
- Investigative Tagging: Modelling the Early Modern Cabinet of Curiosities: Brent Nelson
- "To think a world without thought": Negotiating Speculative Realism in a Digital Humanities Practice: Aaron Mauro
- Considering The Waste Land for iPad and Weird Fiction as Models for the Public Digital Edition: Alyssa Arbuckle
- Every Track You Take: Analysing the Dynamics of Song and Genre Reception Through Music Downloading: Matthew Woolhouse, James Renwick, Dan Tidhar
- The House of the Future: Mediating Open Enclosures: Sarah Thorne
- The Digital Humanities and Digital Literacy: Understanding the Digital Culture in Nigeria: Titilola Babalola
- Flipped Marking and Plagiarism Avoidance in a Digital Age: Rethinking marking as a scholarly community development tool: Jamie Paris
- Assessing Serious Games: The GRAND Assessment Framework: Domini Gee, Man-Wai Chu, Simeon Blimke, Geoffrey Rockwell, Sean Gouglas, David Holmes, Shannon Lucky
A special series of refereed research articles in critical studies of copyright and intellectual property, focusing on the digital milieu. Guest edited by Mark A. McCutcheon.
- Introduction: Copyright Concerns All Academics: Mark A. McCutcheon
- Pornographers and Pirates: Intellectual Property and Netporn: Sarah Mann
- The Rise, Fall, and Rise of ACTA?: Peter (Jay) Smith
- Transproperty: Intellectual property and the ideal property form: Daniel Downes
A selection of articles from the 2012 SDH-SEMI conference at the University Waterloo, May 28-30; Edited by Brent Nelson with the assistance of Aimée Morrison and Daniel Paul O'Donnell.
- Working with the Financial Records of George Washington: Document vs. Data: Jennifer Stertzer
- Recovering Lost Acoustic Spaces: St Paul’s Cathedral and Paul’s Churchyard in 1622: John Wall
- Conversation, Collaboration, Credit: The Graduate Researcher in the Digital Scholarly Environment: Daniel James Powell, Matt Bouchard, Melissa Dalgleish, Andy Keenan, Alyssa McLeod, Tara Thomson
- Matthew L. Jockers. Macroanalysis: Digital Methods and Literary History. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press. 2013. ISBN 978-0-252-07907-8 (paperback), 978-0-252-09476-7 (ebook)
- Paul Wouters, Anne Beaulieu, Andrea Scharnhorst, and Sally Wyatt, eds. Virtual Knowledge: Experimenting in the Humanities and the Social Sciences. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. 2012. ISBN 9780262018395 (hardcover), 9780262517911 (paperback)
- Matthew K. Gold, editor. Debates in the Digital Humanities, University of Minnesota Press, 2012. ISBN 978-0816677955
Compiled by special guest editors Susan Brown and Stan Ruecker.
- Patterns of Sentimentality in Victorian Novels: Sara Steger
- Distant Listening: On Data Visualisations and Noise in the Digital Humanities: Tanya Clement
- After the Document Model for Scholarly Communication: Some Considerations for Authoring with Rich Media: Jentery Sayers, Craig Dietrich
- How to Read a Literary Visualisation: Network Effects in the Lake School of Romantic Poetry: Laura Mandell
- Ukrainian Folklore Audio Project: Geoffrey Rockwell, Natalie Kononenko, Megan Sellmer, Maryna Chernyavska, Karl Anvik
- Visualising Theatre Historiography: Judith Thompson's White Biting Dog (1984 and 2011) in the Simulated Environment for Theatre (SET): Jennifer Roberts-Smith, Teresa Dobson, Sandra Gabriele, Omar Rodriguez-Arenas, Stan Ruecker, Stéfan Sinclair, Shawn DeSouza-Coelho, Alexandra Kovacs, and Daniel So
- CARCAT: Computer-Assisted Reading and Conceptual Analysis: Jean Danis, Jean-Guy Meunier
- Electronic Scholarly Editing in the University Classroom: an Approach to Project-based Learning: Joel E. Salt, Allison Muri, Ronald Wayne Cooley
- Modular Design, Lateral Project Development, and the Sharing of Work: Lessons from the Edward Winslow Family Papers and the Atlantic Canada Virtual Archives: Corey Slumkoski
- Before the Beginning: The Formation of Humanities Computing as a Discipline in Canada: Sean Gouglas, Geoffrey Rockwell, Victoria Smith, Sophia Hoosein, Harvey Quamen
- Ramsay, Stephen. Reading Machines: Toward an Algorithmic Criticism (Illinois UP, 2011). ISBN 0252078209
- Stan Ruecker, Milena Radzikowska and Stéfan Sinclair. Visual Interface Design for Cultural Heritage: a Guide to Rich-Prospect Browsing. Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 2011. ISBN 9781409404224 (hardcover), 9781409404231 (e-book)
- Editorial Notes: Daniel Paul O'Donnell
Articles from the 2009 SDH-SEMI conference at Carleton University, Ottawa, May 25-27; compiled by special guest editor Richard Cunningham.n.
- Editorial Notes: Daniel Paul O'Donnell
- Introduction: Richard Cunningham
- Some Considerations about the Future of Reading: Christian Vandendorpe (Founding Editor)
- “More Minds are Brought to Bear on a Problem”: Methods of Interaction and Collaboration within Digital Humanities Research Teams: Lynne Siemens, Richard Cunningham, Wendy Duff, Claire Warwick
- “Testing the Limits”: What Happens When Digital Humanities Meets Alternative Worldviews: Jodey Castricano
- Prototyping the Renaissance English Knowledgebase (REKn) and Professional Reading Environment (PReE), Past, Present, and Future Concerns: A Digital Humanities Project Narrative: Ray Siemens (Editor)
- Subsidium: Master List of REKn Primary Sources: Ray Siemens (Founding Editor, Editor 2008-2010)
- Reading Orlando with the Mandala Browser: A Case Study in Algorithmic Criticism via Experimental Visualization: Susan Brown, Stan Ruecker, Jeffery Antoniuk, Sharon Farnel, Matt Gooding, Stéfan Sinclair, Matt Patey, Sandra Gabriele
- Something Borrowed: Sequence Alignment and the Identification of Similar Passages in Large Text Collections: Mark Olsen, Russell Horton, Glenn Roe
- The Balance between On-line and In-person Interactions: Methods for the Development of Digital Humanities Collaboration: Lynne Siemens
- Prospero and Plagiarism: Early Modern Studies and the rise of Wikipedia: Matthew Steggle
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