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Julianne Nyhan
Julianne Nyhan
Professor of Digital Humanities, UCL
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Defining Digital Humanities: a reader
M Terras, J Nyhan, E Vanhoutte
386*2013
Digital humanities in practice
C Warwick, C Warwick, M Terras, J Nyhan
Facet Publishing, 2012
1662012
Computation and the humanities: towards an oral history of digital humanities
J Nyhan, A Flinn
Springer Nature, 2016
1172016
Father Busa’s female punch card operatives
M Terras, J Nyhan
Debates in the Digital Humanities, 60-65, 2016
502016
Joint and multi-authored publication patterns in the Digital Humanities
J Nyhan, O Duke-Williams
Literary and Linguistic Computing 29 (3), 387-399, 2014
442014
Research infrastructures in the digital humanities
C Moulin, J Nyhan, A Ciula, M Kelleher, E Mittler, M Tadić, M Ågren, ...
European Science Foundation, 2011
42*2011
Of global reach yet of situated contexts: an examination of the implicit and explicit selection criteria that shape digital archives of historical newspapers
T Hauswedell, J Nyhan, MH Beals, M Terras, E Bell
Archival Science 20, 139-165, 2020
412020
Oral History and the Hidden Histories project: towards histories of computing in the humanities
J Nyhan, A Flinn, A Welsh
Literary and Linguistic Computing 30 (1), 71-85, 2015
382015
Webbs on the Web: libraries, digital humanities and collaboration
E Fay, J Nyhan
Library Review 64 (1/2), 118-134, 2015
292015
Augmented reality potential and hype: towards an evaluative framework
J Salmon, J Nyhan
The Journal of Language Learning and Teaching 3 (1), 54-68, 2013
292013
Clerics, Kings and Vikings. Essays on medieval Ireland in honour of Donnchadh Ķ Corráin
E Purcell, P MacCotter, J Nyhan, J and Sheehan
Four Courts Press, 2015
28*2015
In Search of Identities in the Digital Humanities: The Early History of Humanist
J Nyhan
Social Media Archeology and Poetics, 227, 2016
27*2016
The Atlas of Digitised Newspapers: Reports from Oceanic Exchanges
M Beals, E Bell, R Cordell, P Fyfe, IG Russell, T Hauswedell, ...
22*2020
Encoding the haunting of an object catalogue: on the potential of digital technologies to perpetuate or subvert the silence and bias of the early-modern archive
A Ortolja-Baird, J Nyhan
Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 37 (3), 844-867, 2022
192022
The challenges and prospects of the intersection of humanities and data science: A white paper from The Alan Turing Institute
B McGillivray, B Alex, S Ames, G Armstrong, D Beavan, A Ciula, ...
192020
Object-based learning and research-based education: Case studies from UCL curricula
T Kador, L Hannan, J Nyhan, M Terras, HJ Chatterjee, M Carnall
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: perspectives from UCL, 157-176, 2018
152018
Named-entity recognition for early modern textual documents: a review of capabilities and challenges with strategies for the future
M Humbel, J Nyhan, A Vlachidis, K Sloan, A Ortolja-Baird
Journal of Documentation 77 (6), 1223-1247, 2021
142021
Using Personas to Model Museum Visitors
M Almeshari, J Dowell, J Nyhan
Adjunct Publication of the 27th Conference on User Modeling, Adaptation and …, 2019
142019
The Intellectual Structure of Digital Humanities: An Author Co-Citation Analysis
J Gao, O Duke-Williams, S Mahony, M Ramdarshan Bold, J Nyhan
Digital Humanities 2017, 2017
142017
One Origin of Digital Humanities: Fr Roberto Busa in His Own Words
J Nyhan, M Passarotti
Springer Nature, 2019
132019
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