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Editors' Note: Getting Involved with Reviews in Digital Humanities

Editors' note on how to get involved with Reviews in Digital Humanities
Editors' Note: Getting Involved with Reviews in Digital Humanities
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Published
Jan 30, 2020
DOI
10.21428/3e88f64f.9384058a

This month, we’re pleased to bring you reviews of four very different kinds of projects:

  • Chicana/o Activism in the Southern Plans Through Time and Space, a digital history project exploring the development of the Chicana/o Movement;

  • Recogito, an open source platform for semantic annotation;

  • Name That Twitter Community!, a Python module for social network analysis;

  • George Eliot Archive, a resource providing access to all of Eliot’s writing.

We’ve been grateful for the enthusiastic response to Reviews in Digital Humanities, which suggests that the digital humanities community is excited for this experiment. We welcome our readers’ involvement in the journal. Want to be part of Reviews in Digital Humanities? Here are a few ways to get started:

  • Submit a project of your own for review;

  • Join our reviewer pool by dropping us an email indicating your areas of interest;

  • Tell your students, colleagues, and friends about the journal and encourage them to submit their work.

Questions? Thoughts? Concerns? Contact the editors, Jennifer Guiliano and Roopika Risam, at reviewsindigitalhumanities@gmail.com or through the Twitter hashtag #ReviewsInDH.

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