Jane Winters

Developing digital history and digital humanities at the School of Advanced Study

Publications

‘Learned societies and scholarly communication’, in Old Traditions and New Technologies, ed. Martin P. Eve and Jonathan Gray (MIT Press, forthcoming, 2020).

‘Giving with one hand, taking with the other: e-legal deposit, web archives and researcher access’, in Electronic Legal Deposit: Shaping the Library Collections of the Future, ed. Paul Gooding and Melissa Terras (London: Facet Publishing, forthcoming, December 2019).

[with Andrew Prescott] ‘Negotiating the born digital: a problem of search‘, Archives and Manuscripts, 47:3 (August 2019).

[with Dong Nguyen, Maria Liakata, Simon DeDeo, Jacob Eisenstein, David Mimno and Rebekah Tromble] ‘How we do things with words: analyzing text as social and cultural data‘, arXiv.org (2 July 2019).

‘Negotiating the archives of UK web space’, in The Historical Web and Digital Humanities: the Case of National Web Domains, ed. Niels Brügger and Ditte Laursen (Abingdon: Routledge, 2019).

‘Web archives and (digital) history: a troubled past and a promising future?’, in The SAGE Handbook of Web History, ed. Niels Brügger and Ian Milligan (SAGE Publications Ltd., 2018).

‘Digital history’, in Debating New Approaches to History, ed. Marek Tamm and Peter Burke (London: Bloomsbury Publishing, October 2018).

What does an author want from a publisher?’, Learned Publishing, 31(1) (September 2018), 318-22.

Editorial‘, Internet Histories (April 2018).

Review: Web 25: Histories from the First 25 Years of the World Wide Web, ed. Niels Brügger (New York: Peter Lang, 2017), Internet Histories (February 2018).

Tackling complexity in humanities big data: from parliamentary proceedings to the archived web‘, in Big and Rich Data in English Corpus Linguistics: Methods and Variations, ed. Turo Hiltunen, Joe McVeigh and Tanja Säily (Helsinki: Varieng, 2017).

Breaking in to the mainstream: demonstrating the value of internet (and web) histories‘, Internet Histories (March 2017).

‘Web archives for humanities research: some reflections’, in The Web as History: Using Web Archives to Understand the Past and Present, ed. Niels Brügger and Ralph Schroeder (London: UCL Press, 2017), pp. 238-248.

‘Will history survive the digital age?’, BBC History Magazine (March 2017), 39-43.

Historical Drama: Wolf Hall and Bring up the Bodies‘, History Today (March 2014).

‘Connected Histories: building sources for British history, 1500-1900’, ALISS Quarterly (Association of Librarians and Information Professionals in the Social Sciences), 7 (April 2012).

[with Tim Hitchcock and Robert Shoemaker] ‘Connected Histories: a new research tool for British historians’, History, 96 (2011), 354-6.

[with Jonathan Blaney] ‘The British History Online Digital Library: a model for sustainability?‘, Bulletin of the Belgian Royal Historical Commission, 176 (2010), 95-106.

[ed. with David Bates] The Creighton Century (London: Institute of Historical Research, 2009).

[with David Bates, Jinty Nelson, Charlotte Roueché and Catherine Wright] Peer review and evaluation of digital resources for the arts and humanities (London: Institute of Historical Research, 2006).

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