Editors' note on the March 2020 issue of Reviews in Digital Humanities
This month, we’re pleased to bring you reviews of four projects that demonstrate a range of possibilities for digital humanities scholarship:
La Gazette Royale, a digital journey through Haiti’s early print culture;
The De(collected) War of the Worlds, a scholarly digital edition of H.G. Wells’s novel The War of the Worlds;
Indianapolis Imam Warith Deen Muhammad Community Collection, a digital collection documenting the life of Indianapolis’s African American Muslim community;
Immersive Scholar, an initiative developing extensible models and programs for the creation and sharing of digital scholarship in large-scale and immersive visualization environments.
Though these are four very different types of projects, they share a commitment to accessible cultural heritage, community engagement, and intentionality in method, design, and implementation.
Reviews in Digital Humanities is committed to demonstrating and facilitating peer review for the wide range of digital humanities scholarship being developed. Join our experiment by submitting a project for review, nominating a project you admire, volunteering for our reviewer pool, and telling your colleagues and students about the journal.