Digital Humanities Quarterly: inaugural issue

We are very pleased to announce the first issue of Digital Humanities
Quarterly at http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/. DHQ is an open-
access, peer-reviewed scholarly journal covering all aspects of
digital media in the humanities, published online by the Alliance of
Digital Humanities Organizations.

DHQ Volume 1, Issue 1 (Spring 2007)

Interpretative Quests in Theory and Pedagogy
Jeff Howard, University of Texas, Austin

Webs of Significance: The Abraham Lincoln Historical Digitization
Project, New Technology, and the Democratization of History
Drew VandeCreek, Northern Illinois University

Encoding for Endangered Tibetan Texts
Linda E. Patrik, Union College

Reading Potential: The Oulipo and the Meaning of Algorithms
Mark Wolff, Hartwick College

Tenure, Promotion and Digital Publication
Joseph Raben, Queens College, City University of New York

Philosophy and Digital Humanities: A review of Willard McCarty,
Humanities Computing (London and NY: Palgrave, 2005)
Johanna Drucker, University of Virginia

This first issue brings together a fascinating range of perspectives,
and we expect this breadth to be even more visible as future issues
accumulate. We look forward to showcasing the wide variety of
materials that are being submitted, both from traditional digital
humanities domains and from important related areas such as new media
studies, digital libraries, and digital art. New pieces will be added
in a preview section as soon as they are ready for publication, and a
quarterly announcement will notify readers when each new issue is
complete. Please bookmark the site for now; an RSS feed will be
coming soon. During the course of the next year we will also be
adding more features such as commenting, searching, and a variety of
ways of interacting with the content.

DHQ is a community experiment in journal publication: developed and
published in XML on an open-source platform, under a Creative Commons
license. The journal publishes a wide range of peer-reviewed
materials, including scholarly articles, editorials, opinion pieces,
and reviews. We encourage submissions that exploit the expressive
potential of the digital medium. Information about submissions,
reviewing, and the journal's mission are available at the DHQ web
site at http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our funders: the
Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO, http://
www.digitalhumanities.org) and the Association for Computers and the
Humanities (ACH, http://www.ach.org).

Warm thanks and acknowledgements are also very much in order to the
team that has been involved in developing the journal:

John A. Walsh, Technical Editor, Indiana University
Matthew Kirschenbaum, Articles Editor, University of Maryland
Adriaan van der Weel, Articles Editor, University of Leiden
Stéfan Sinclair, Blogs Editor, McMaster University
Geoffrey Rockwell, Associate Interactive Media Editor, McMaster
University
Joseph Raben, Editor for Issues in Humanities Computing, Queens
College, City University of New York
Richard Giordano, Reviews Editor, Birkbeck College, University of London
Elisabeth Burr, Internationalization Editor, University of Leipzig
John Unsworth, Utility Infielder, University of Illinois, Urbana-
Champaign
Melanie Kohnen, Managing Editor, Brown University
Michelle Dalmau, Design, Usability & Technical Support, Indiana
University
Amit Kumar, Technical Support, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Erik Resly, Graphic Design, Brown University

We look forward to many more issues and to your comments,
suggestions, and contributions.

Julia Flanders, Editor in Chief, Brown University
Wendell Piez, General Editor, Mulberry Technologies, Inc.
Melissa Terras, General Editor and Associate Interactive Media
Editor, University College London

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