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Journal of Open Humanities Data (JOHD)
9 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • Early African-American Film Database, 1909–1930

    Cifor, Marika; Girma, Hanna; Norman, Shanya; Posner, Miriam (2018)
    This dataset covers silent “race films”: films created before the year 1930 featuring African-Americans for primarily African-American audiences. The data was collected through research utilizing a wide variety of primary and secondary sources. It contains records on films, actors, production companies, and other key components of the early race film industry. The data is primarily stored on the research data repository site Zenodo and additionally within a relational database on Airtable. Re...

    Scissors and Paste: The Georgian Reprints, 1800–1837

    Beals, M. H. (2017)
    This dataset, part of the Scissors and Paste Project (https://osf.io/nm2rq), describes instances of reprinting and text reuse (scissors-and-paste journalism) in British newspapers between 1800–1837. It was derived from the 19th-Century British Library Newspapers, Part 1 digitised newspaper collection by using plagiarism detection software to identify instances of substantially similar text. It contains a series of manifests that describe a) instances of shared content b) the likely directiona...

    Annotated References in the Historiography on Venice: 19th–21st centuries

    Colavizza, Giovanni; Romanello, Matteo (2017)
    We publish a dataset containing more than 40’000 manually annotated references from a broad corpus of books and journal articles on the history of Venice. References were considered from both reference lists and footnotes, include primary and secondary sources, in full or abbreviated form. The dataset comprises references from publications from the 19th to the 21st century. References were collected from a newly digitized corpus and manually annotated in all their constituent parts. The datas...

    Writing About Shakespeare: 1960–2010

    Estill, Laura; Klyve, Dominic (2016)
    This dataset quantifies writing (in number of articles, books, dissertations, and monographs) about each of Shakespeare’s plays during each year in the period 1960–2010. The information was extracted from the World Shakespeare Bibliography (www.worldshakesbib.org).

    Article Processing Charges Paid by 25 UK Universities in 2014

    Lawson, Stuart (2015)
    Projects: WT
    This dataset contains details of 6,943 article processing charges (APCs) paid by 25 higher education institutions in the UK during 2014. The data was collected as part of Jisc Collections’ APC data collection project and has been released with permission from the institutions who provided the data. The data has been aggregated, normalized, and archived as a single CSV file. It will be of interest to those seeking to understand the scale of open access payments within the UK, and could be reus...
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