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Technologies in the Humanities and Social Sciences:

Papers about research applications of information technologies in the humanities and social sciences.


This wiki contains papers dealing with applications of information technologies in research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, including bibliographic tools. There is no guarantee that this site will continue indefinitely or for any specific period of time, but the intent is that it will be a permanent home for papers that illustrate the range of possibilities that information technologies have provided to disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Papers are accessible via
  • an alphabetical list ("A list of articles on this wiki" on the left navigation bar);
  • descriptors (tags);
  • a tag cloud (below); and
  • keyword searching (in the search box in the left navigation bar).
Note to contributors: the papers posted here will remain here as long as the wiki exists. Initial access will be made at the time the first relevant article is posted. Contributors may submit edited versions of their papers to the site administrator, who may edit titles or other aspects for clarity.


Tag Cloud


  1. alyson neuberger
  2. amanda smith
  3. american civil war
  4. ana olivier
  5. anthropology
  6. apache open source software
  7. arlene r. lutenegger
  8. art
  9. artinspired wiki
  10. artstor
  11. athenaeum
  12. automated indexing
  13. bibliographic software
  14. boram jeon
  15. cartography
  16. chad gilman
  17. children's literature
  18. choreography
  19. christopher schmit
  20. collaborative platform
  21. collaborative platforms
  22. dance
  23. digital archives
  24. digital art galleries
  25. digital imaging
  26. digital libraries
  27. digital music libraries
  28. digital theatre
  29. digital theatre plus
  30. elizabeth fealey
  31. elizabeth frye
  32. elizabeth guemmer
  33. emily zegers
  34. film
  35. geographic information systems
  36. gis
  37. history
  38. jessica horvath
  39. jill straub
  40. laura pope
  41. linguistics
  42. literature
  43. lois wilkins
  44. manuscripts
  45. media
  46. middle ages
  47. midomi
  48. minsook moon
  49. music
  50. music analysis
  51. music information retrieval
  52. music retrieval
  53. musical scores
  54. musipedia
  55. n-grams
  56. odhp
  57. open acces
  58. open access
  59. oxford digital humanities project
  60. panoramas
  61. pbworks
  62. performing arts
  63. perseus project
  64. peter cornelius
  65. petrucci music library
  66. photographs
  67. photography
  68. reader's advisory
  69. recording technologies
  70. reference management
  71. republic of letters
  72. research
  73. research management
  74. rosalia a. ballinger
  75. sara sutschek
  76. scholarly communication
  77. scholarly publishing
  78. scott lenski
  79. social networking
  80. sound2sound
  81. sparc conference
  82. spatial history project
  83. student research
  84. sweden
  85. synchronous objects
  86. text analysis
  87. text retrieval
  88. theatre
  89. valley of the shadow
  90. valley project
  91. virtual sweden
  92. virtualsweden
  93. visual search aids
  94. walt whitman
  95. wikis
  96. william ziegler
  97. word analysis
  98. word frequency
  99. wordcruncher
  100. zotero