1. Lessons from the Digital Panopticon
    Robert Shoemaker
  2. Tracing the History of Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts: Two Recent Digital Humanities Projects
    Toby Burrows
  3. The Emergence of Titling in the Nineteenth-Century French Art World: A Quantitative Analysis
    Mike Bowman
  4. Trends in Digital Humanities: Insights from Digital Resources for the Study of Papyri
    Lucia Vannini
  5. City through Empires: Toruń (Poland) in an Ontology of Historical Geographic Information Systems from the 10th to 20th Centuries
    Wiesława Duży
  6. Developing a Computational Ontology from Mixed-Methods Research: A Workflow and Its Challenges
    Matthew Hanchard and Peter Merrington
  7. Natural Language Generation: Negotiating Text Production in Our Digital Humanity
    Leah Henrickson
  8. Integrating Language Technology into Scholarly Research Workflows
    Wim Peters, Louisa Parks and Mitchell Lennan
  9. Bernoulli-Euler Online: Development of a Platform for Early Modern Mathematical Texts as Part of a Generic Infrastructure
    Tobias Schweizer and Sepideh Alassi
  10. Strategies for Maximising the Maintainability of Digital Humanities Websites
    Jamie McLaughlin
  11. Linguistic and Cultural Hegemony in the Digital Humanities
    Simon Mahony and Jin Gao
  12. Digital Humanities: Project Funding versus Continuity of Research
    Bartłomiej Szleszyński
  13. User Experience on Websites with Digital Literary Projects: The Case of the New Panorama of Polish Literature
    Agnieszka Kochańska
  14. The Letters of Casa Ricordi
    Patrizia Rebulla, Valeria Luti and George Ionita
  15. Creating a Digital Portal: Repositioning the BSR’s Digital Collections
    Beatrice Gelosia, Alessandra Giovenco, Stephen J. Milner and Valerie Scott
  16. Quantifying the Phenomenon of Immersion in Virtual Environments
    Maja Gutman, Qiujing Lu, Jianhong He, Zhilai Shen and Vwani Roychowdhury
  17. Archival variants in the ‘age of experience’
    Sarah Kenderdine