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10 Women of Digital Humanities: An Analysis of Linked Open Data

Lina Marie Harper

This is a spreadsheet of linked open data, including tweets of the 10 female scholars randomly chosen for this project. This is an experimental study, and was prepared for my own learning. Presentation prepared for a Masters seminar in Information Science at uOttawa in Winter 2020. 

Linked Open Data in the Humanities was taught by Prof. Constance Crompton.

10 Women of Digital Humanities: An Analysis of Linked Open Data

tags: dh, digital humanities, feminist dh, computational analysis, Voyant, word clouds, vizualization, digital identifiers, open scholarship

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  • Wernimont, J., & Losh, E. (2018). Bodies of Information : Intersectional Feminism and the Digital Humanities . Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

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