20150530_202646, Geoff barker, 2015

Digital Humanities Conference 2015 Useful Links

The following is a list of useful links culled from the first 500 DH2015 tweets.

The #DH2015 abstracts

2015 Conference program

@scott_bot: From the #dh2015 attendee list, roughly 50/50 men/women. (NOTE: not authors, attendees.) PDF list of attendees

5 free chapters from Facet Publishing to read for Digital Humanities 2015

A @neatline map (work in progress) of Digital Humanities organisations around the world

/baas_members Quick hack to look at gender balance of member of the British Association for the Advancement of Science in 1914.

Suggestions for food stops in Parramatta

See Sydney Australia based GIS Humanities projects via @GeoHum_SIG

200 Years of Literary Network Data” @goebel_m @peertrilcke

Exploring Peer Review in the GeoHumanities Kathy Weimer, David Wrisley. Karl Grossner

@superHH’s Mapping Decadence project

In the Library with the Lead Pipe » What Is Digital Humanities and What’s it Doing in the Library?

Innovations in DH Pedagogy #DH2015 kicks off

E. Burr highlights role of ADHO MLMC in paving way for @GlobalOutlookDH

@epierazzo presenting Beckett Archive

NLM to Host “Images and Texts in Medical History: An Introduction to Methods, Tools, and Data from the Digital Humanities

OAI-PMH Service for its Images from the History of Medicine Database

Lo Stufaiuolo: another example digital scholarly edition, by @epierazzo

The Proust prototype shown in the Digital Manuscript Studies workshop

Explore #NLM’s #IndexCat™: Search It, Read It, Download It

The different components of KorAP, a German Corpus analysis platform

Build a better list of code experts 

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