[GeoHumanities SIG] Special issue on "Semantic Historical Gazetteers: A Place for Places - Papers from the DH2016 GeoHumanities SIG Workshop"

Carmen Brando carmen.brando at gmail.com
Tue May 30 19:53:23 CEST 2017

Dear colleagues,

We have the pleasure of announcing the publication of a special issue of
the Journal of Map & Geography Libraries on "Semantic Historical
Gazetteers: A Place for Places - Papers from the DH2016 GeoHumanities SIG
Workshop." This issue is the outcome of a collaboration with the Alliance
of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) Special Interest Group on
GeoHumanities which resulted in a workshop at the Digital Humanities
conference 2016 in Krakow.

The complete issue can be found online at this address:


The summary is listed below:

Semantic Historical Gazetteers and Related NLP and Corpus Linguistics
Applications (Guest Editorial)

Carmen Brando & Francesca Frontini


GB1900: Engaging the Public in Very Large Scale Gazetteer Construction from
the Ordnance Survey “County Series” 1:10,560 Mapping of Great Britain

Humphrey Southall, Paula Aucott, Chris Fleet, Tom Pert & Michael Stoner


Towards the Spatial Analysis of Vague and Imaginary Place and Space:
Evolving the Spatial Humanities through Medieval Romance

Patricia Murrieta-flores & Naomi Howell


Alts, Abbreviations, and AKAs: Historical Onomastic Variation and Automated
Named Entity Recognition

James O. Butler, Christopher E. Donaldson, Joanna E. Taylor & Ian N. Gregory


Linking Spatial Named Entities to the Web of Data for Geographical Analysis
of Historical Texts

Pierre-Henri Paris, Nathalie Abadie & Carmen Brando


Linked Data Annotation Without the Pointy Brackets: Introducing Recogito 2

Rainer Simon, Elton Barker, Leif Isaksen & Pau De Soto CaÑamares


Applications and Projections

Toward a Linked Data Model for Describing Cartographic Resources

Marc McGee, Kim Durante & Katherine Hart Weimer


Best regards,

Francesca Frontini (Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier 3)

Carmen Brando (EHESS)
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