We have created this special collection to celebrate 10 years of the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School, and to focus on the unique expertise of its community.
In this special collection, we present data papers that span various areas of enquiry about the COVID-19 pandemic, through the lens of the Humanities. The wide range of data presented, from narrative to meta-data, has far-reaching and impactful reuse potential. It has been edited by Mandy Wigdorowitz and Sahba Besharati.
This Special Collection aims to develop a detailed outline of what an effective peer-review process for documentary linguistic materials might look like, and how such a system would foster better recognition for these materials in academic evaluation systems such as in hiring, promotion, and tenure.
Research in computational and quantitative approaches to humanities data is a fast growing interdisciplinary area. The first Computational Humanities Research workshop (CHR2020) took place online from 18 to 20 November 2020, organized by the DHLab of the KNAW Humanities Cluster in Amsterdam and The Alan Turing Institute