HGIS Bibliography

International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, vol. 8(1), 2014. Special Issue on “Digital Methods and Tools for Historical Research.”

Please contribute to this dynamic annotated bibliography by adding your own reviews, comments, and observations about this work in the comment form below.


Editor’s Note

Notes on Contributors

Guest Editor’s Introduction: Digital Methods and Tools for Historical Research by Daniel Alves

I. Databases and GIS: A Critical Approach

Silk Purses and Sow’s Ears: Can Structured Data Deal with Historical Sources? by John Bradley

Geographic Information Systems and Historical Research: An Appraisal by Luís Espinha da Silveira

II. Digitization, Analysis and Editions of Textual Sources

Crowdsourcing Bentham: Beyond the Traditional Boundaries of Academic History by Tim Causer and Melissa Terras

Manuscripts and Machines: The Automatic Replacement of Spelling Variants in a Portuguese Historical Corpus by Rita Marquilhas and Iris Hendrickx

From the Scholarly Edition to Visualization: Re-using Encoded Data for Historical Research by Malte Rehbein

III. Digital Preservation

The Importance of Web Archives for Humanities by Daniel Gomes and Miguel Costa

Add Your Comment