Articles from Digital Humanities Quarterly

Predicting the Past

The paper discusses the background of predictive analytics, its use for
predicting the past and finally presents a case study in predicting past gender
relations in a historical dataset.

Methodological Nearness and the Question of Computational Literature

By drawing connections between literary studies and human-computer interaction,
new methods which focus on the analysis of the experience of multiple readers as
they encounter works of electronic literature establish opportunities for future
research into the contextual, embodied, and computational nature of literature

Coca-Cola: An Icon of the American Way of Life. An Iterative Text Mining Workflow for Analyzing Advertisements in Dutch Twentieth-Century Newspapers

This article analyses advertisements to shed light on the ways in which the
Coca-Cola Company tried to shape the Dutch perception of an American way of life
and provided the discursive building blocks for the construction of a mental map
of America