Book chapters

  • Nyhan, J., Smyth, H. (Forthcoming). Absence and presence the history of Digital Humanities: reflections on the role of feminist oral history. In Schreibman, S., Rhody, L. (Eds.) Feminist Digital Humanities. Champaign: University of Illinois Press.

Plets, G., Nyhan, J., Flinn, A., Verheul, J., Ortjola-Baird, A. (Forthcoming). De-neutralizing digital heritage infrastructures? Critical considerations on digital engagements with the past. In Dias, N., Harrison, R., Kristiansen, K. (Eds.) Critical Heritage Studies and the Futures of Europe. London: UCL Press.

Nyhan, J., Rockwell, G. 2023.  Introduction: on making in the Digital Humanities. In Nyhan, J., Rockwell, R., Sinclair, S., Ortjola-Baird, A. (Eds.). On Making in the Digital Humanities: Essays on the Scholarship of Digital Humanities Development in Honour of John Bradley. London: UCL Press.

Nyhan, J. 2023. The history of the “techie” in the history of the Digital Humanities. In Nyhan, J., Rockwell, R., Sinclair, S., Ortjola-Baird, A. (Eds). On Making in the Digital Humanities: Essays on the Scholarship of Digital Humanities Development in Honour of John Bradley. London: UCL Press. 

Nyhan, J., Flinn, A. 2022. Oral History and the (Digital) Humanities. In Paul, H. (Ed.) Writing the History of the Humanities: Questions, Themes and Approaches. London: Bloomsbury.

Beals, M. H., Bell, E. with contributions by Cordell, R., Fyfe, P.,  Russell, I. G., Hauswedell, T., Neudecker, C., Nyhan, J., Oiva, M., Padó, S., Pimentel, M. P., Rose, L., Salmi, H., Terras, M., Viola, L. (2020). The Atlas of Digitised Newspapers and Metadata: Reports from Oceanic Exchanges. Leicester: Loughborough.

McGillivray, B., Alex, B., Ames, S., Armstrong, G., Beavan, D., Ciula, A., Colavizza, G., Cummings, J., De Roure, D., Adam FarquharHengchen, S., Lang, A., Loxley, J., Goudarouli, E., Nanni, F., Nini, A., Nyhan, J., Osborne, N., Poibeau, T., Ridge, M., Ranade, S., Smithies, J., Terras, M., Vlachidis, A., Willcox, P. (2020). The challenges and prospects of the intersection of humanities and data science: A White Paper from The Alan Turing Institute. figshare:

Bergel, G., Willcox, P. working with Armstrong, G., Baker, J., Ciula, A., Cole, N., Nyhan, J., Ridge, M., Seip, O., Taylor, C., Thornton, P., Williamson, E., Winters, J. (2020). Sustaining the Digital Humanities in the UK. UK: Zenodo.

Smyth, H., Nyhan, J., Flinn, A. (2020). Opening the ‘black box’ of digital cultural heritage processes: feminist digital humanities and critical heritage studies. In Schuster, K., Dunn, S. (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Digital Humanities. (pp. 295-308) London: Routledge.

Nyhan, J. (2020). The Evaluation and Peer Review of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities: Experiences, Discussions and Histories. In Edmond, J. (Ed.) Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research. (pp. 163-182). Open Book Publishers.

Jones, S.E., Kaplan, H., Nyhan, J., Passarotti, M., Rockwell, G., Senna, P., Sinclair, S., Terras, M. (2019). Whitepaper and Final Performance Report: “Reconstructing The First Humanities Computing Center”. NEH Digital Humanities Advancement Grant HAA-255991-17 USF, TAMPA, FL, 2017-2019.

Barras, P., Nyhan, J. (2019). “A tall, stooping figure in black crossing the courtyard”: Philip Barras’ recollections of Roberto Busa S.J. In Nyhan, J., Passarotti, M. (Eds.) One Origin of Digital Humanities: Fr Roberto Busa in His Own Words. (pp. 221-227). Cham: Springer.

Nyhan, J., Passarotti, M. (2019). Introduction, or why busa still matters. In Nyhan, J., Passarotti, M. (Eds.) One Origin of Digital Humanities: Fr Roberto Busa in His Own Words. (pp. 1-17). Cham: Springer.

Filgueira Vicente, R., Jackson, M., Roubickova, A., Krause, A., Terras, M., Hauswedell, T., Nyhan, J., Beavan, D., Hobson, T., Coll Ardanuy, M., Colavizza, G., Hetherington, J., Ahnert, R. (2019). defoe: A Spark-based Toolbox for Analysing Digital Historical Textual Data. In IEEE 15th International Conference on eScience. (pp. 235-242.) doi: 10.1109/eScience.2019.00033. 

Loboda, O., Nyhan, J., Mahony, S., Romano, D., Terras, M. (2019). Content-based Recommender Systems for Heritage: Developing a Personalised Museum Tour. Proc. 1st International ‘Alan Turing’ Conference on Decision Support and Recommender Systems (DSRS-Turing 2019). London: Alan Turing Institute.

Nyhan, J., Hauswedell, T., Tiedau, U. (2019). Reflections on Infrastructures for Mining Nineteenth-Century Newspaper Data: institutional contexts and future developments. In Proceedings of Digital Humanities Day at the British Library 2 May 2019. (pp. 27-39). Gale Cengage

Almeshari, M., Dowell, J., Nyhan, J. (2019). Using Personas to Model Museum Visitors. In Proceedings of ACM 27th Conference on User Modelling Adaptation and Personalization Adjunct. Association of Computing Machinery. 

Kador, T., Hannan, L., Nyhan, J., Terras, M., Chatterjee, H.J., Carnall, M. (2018). Object-based learning and research-based education: case studies from UCL curricula. In Davies J.P, P.N. (Ed.) Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: perspectives from UCL. (pp. 157-176). London: UCL Institute of Education Press.

Almeshari, M., Dowell, J., Nyhan, J. (2018). Personalisation of digital museum guides through implicit recognition of visitor personas. In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Mobile Access to Cultural Heritage. CEUR.

Loboda, O., Nyhan, J., Mahony, S., Romano, D. (2018). Towards evaluating the impact of recommender systems on visitor experience in physical museums. In Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop on Mobile Access to Cultural Heritage. CEUR.

Nyhan, J., Flinn, A. (2016). Conclusion. In Nyhan, J., Flinn, A (Eds.) Computation and the Humanities. Springer Series on Cultural Computing. (pp. 277-279). Cham: Springer.

Mahony, S., Nyhan, J., Terras, M., Tiedau, U. (2016). Digital Humanities Pedagogy: Integrative Learning and New Ways of Thinking About Studying the Humanities. In Proceedings of the Digital Humanities Congress 2014. Sheffield.

Terras, M., Nyhan, J. (2016). Father Busa’s Female Punch Card Operatives. In Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016. (pp. 60-65). Minneapolis: University of Minnesota P.

Nyhan, J. (2016). In Search of Identities in the Digital Humanities: The Early History of Humanist. In Malloy, J. (Ed.) Social Media Archaeology and Poetics. (pp. 227-42). Cambridge MA: MIT Press.

Nyhan, J., Terras, M., Mahony, S. (2016). Tecnología digital en Humanidades y aprendizaje integrado. In Blackshields, D., Cronin, J., Higgs, B. (Eds.) Aprendizaje Integrado: Investigaciones internacionales y casos prácticos. (pp. 247-260). Madrid: Routledge: CLM. Fuenl.

  • Nyhan, J. (2015). ARCHIWA SPOŁECZNE. MODELE WSPÓŁPRACY Z PAŃSTWEM. In Ziętal, K. (Ed.) Archiwa społeczne w Wielkiej Brytanii: zarys problematyki. (pp. 206-220). FUNDACJA O ŚRODKA KARTA. PROGRAM ARCHIWISTYKA SPOŁECZNA.

Nyhan, J. (2015). Community Archives in the UK: the state of the art. In Proceedings of Community archives: Models of cooperation with the state. (pp. 221-237). Warsaw: Karta Foundation.

Nyhan, J., Terras, M., Mahony, S. (2014). Digital Humanities and Integrative Learning. In Blackshields, D., Cronin, J., Higgs, B., Kilcommins, S., McCarthy, M., Ryan, A. (Eds.) Integrative Learning: International research and practice. (pp. 235-247). Abingdon: Routledge.

Moulin, C., Nyhan, J. (2014). Digital lexicography and the Semantic Web: Dialectical, Historical and Global. In Davidhazi, P. (Ed.) New publication cultures in the Humanities: exploring the paradigm shift. (pp. 47-62). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.

Nyhan, J., Terras, M., Vanhoutte, E. (2013). Introduction. In Terras, M., Nyhan, J., Vanhoutte, E. (Eds.) Defining Digital Humanities: a reader. (pp. 1-12). London: Ashgate.

Nyhan, J. (2013). What can modern-day Digital Humanities learn from studying its past? Some recommendations and suggestions. In Proceedings of CIDE.16: Dispositifs numériques : contenus, interactivité et visualisation. (pp. 2-12). Lille: University of Lille.

Terras, M., Warwick, C., Nyhan, J. (2012). Introduction. In Warwick, C., Terras, M., Nyhan, J. (Eds.) Digital Humanities in Practice. (pp. xiii-xix). London: Facet.

Nyhan, J. (2012). Text Encoding and digital scholarly editions. In Warwick, C., Terras, M., Nyhan, J. (Eds.) Digital Humanities in Practice. (pp. 117-138). London: Facet.

  • Kuester, W. M., Selig, T., Nyhan, J., Pempe, W., Smith, K. (2011). Bericht zu eHumanities-Themen mit Relevanz für die allgemeine Informatik / Report on eHumanities research topics relevant. In Computer Science. Online publication.

Moulin, C., Nyhan, J., Ciula, A. (2011). ESF Science Policy Briefing 43: Research Infrastructures in the Humanities. Strasbourg: European Science Foundation.

Nyhan, J. (2009). Some Digital Humanities methodologies and their importance to Irish Studies. In LULCL II – Lesser Used Languages & Computer Linguistics II. Proceedings of the Second Colloquium on Lesser Used Languages and Computer Linguistics. (pp. 135-150). Bolzano: Italy.

Nyhan, J. (2008). The problem of date and context in electronic editions of Irish historical dictionaries. In Mooijaart, M., van der Wal, M. (Eds.) Yesterday’s words: Contemporary, Current and Future Lexicography. (pp. 319-332). Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars publishing.

Griffin, C., Nyhan, J. (2003). Transcending Textual Borders? Digitising a Middle English Lunary from British Library Egerton MS 827, and a brief introduction to XML mark-up in the Humanities. In Nyhan, J., Griffin, C. (Eds.) Proceedings of Borderlines Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference 2003. Cork: Electronic Publishing Unit.

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