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Publications

2022

Van Zundert, Joris J. 2022 Scholarship in Interaction – Case Studies at the Intersection of Codework and Textual Scholarship Utrecht: Fox and Badger Publications. ISBN 978 90 90 36460 5. https://scholarlypublications.universiteitleiden.nl/access/item%3A3464406/view

Van Zundert, Joris, Marijn Koolen, Julia Neugarten, Peter Boot, Willem Van Hage, and Ole Mussmann. 2022. “What Do We Talk About When We Talk About Topic?” In Proceedings of the Conference on Computational Humanities Research 2022, in print. Antwerpen: CEUR Workshop Proceedings.

Neugarten, Julia, Lisanne Van Rossum, and Joris Van Zundert. 2022. “Defying Expectations: Stylistically Unconventional Anger in a Contemporary Dutch Literary Novel.” DHBenelux 2022. Belval: C2DH.

Cugliana, Elisa, and Joris Van Zundert. 2022. “A Computational Turn in Digital Philology.” Filologia Germanica / Germanic Philology 14 (1): (in print).

Koolen, Marijn, Julia Fialho, Julia neugarten, Joris Van Zundert, Willem Van Hage, Ole Mussmann, and Peter Boot. n.d. “What Can Online Book Reviews Reveal about Readers and Platforms?” In CLIN32. Tilburg: Tilburg University. Accessed November 21, 2022. https://clin2022.uvt.nl/what-can-online-book-reviews-reveal-about-readers-and-platforms/.

Bleeker, Elli, Marijn Koolen, Kaspar Beelen, Liliana Melgar, Joris Van Zundert, and Sally Chambers. 2022. “A Game of Persistence, Self-Doubt, and Curiosity: Surveying Code Literacy in Digital Humanities.” DH Benelux Journal 4 (1): 2. https://doi.org/10.17613/03ds-9973.

2021

Bleeker, Elli, Kaspar Beelen, Sally Chambers, Marijn Koolen, Liliana Melgar, and Joris Van Zundert. 2021. “A Game of Persistence, Self-Doubt, and Curiosity: Surveying Code Literacy in Digital Humanities.” DH Benelux 2021, 22. Leiden: Leiden University. https://doi.org/10.17613/03ds-9973.

2020

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2020. “The Bestseller Code: Predicaments of Predicting High Value Fiction.” Academic seminar lecture presented at the Seminars in Digital and Public Humanities, Venice Centre for Digital and Public Humanities, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, October 28. https://vedph.github.io/seminarseries.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2020. “Code as Text.” In The Future of Text, edited by Frode Alexander Hegland, 234–237. Future of Text Publishing. https://futuretextpublishing.com/future-of-text-2020-download/.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2020. “3.4 Data Representation.” In Handbook of Stemmatology, edited by Philipp Roelli, 175–207. De Gruyter Reference. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://www.degruyter.com/view/title/569065.

Roelli, Philipp, Elisabet Göransson, Odd Einar Haugen, Marina Buzzoni, Tara Andrews, Aidan Conti, Joris van Zundert, Caroline Macé, and Armin Hoenen. Handbook of Stemmatology. De Gruyter Reference. Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter. https://www.degruyter.com/view/title/569065.

Van Zundert, Joris J., Raymond A. Mar, Karina van Dalen-Oskam, Emily Temple, Isabel Bowman, Farzaneh Heidari, and Ahn T. P. Nguyen. 2020. “Features of Timelessness: Intermediate Report on a Quest for Stylistic Features That Mark Literary Canonicity.” In 15th Annual International Conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, DH 2020, Ottawa, Canada, July 20-25, 2020, Conference Abstracts. Ottowa: ADHO / https://2021.dhbenelux.org/home/abstracts/. https://dh2020.adho.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/119_FeaturesofTimelessnessIntermediateReportonaQuestforStylistic FeaturesthatMarkLiteraryCanonicity.html.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2020. “‘BlackBoxes’ AndTrue Colour — A Rhetoric of Scholarly Code.” In Digital Technology and the Practices of Humanities Research, edited by Jennifer Edmond, 123–62. Cambridge, UK: Open Book Publishers. https://www.openbookpublishers.com/product/1108.

Van Rossum, Lisanne, Joris J. Van Zundert, and Karina Van Dalen-Oskam. 2020. “I Catching : Computationally Operationalising Narrative Perspective for Stylometric Analysis.” DHBenelux 2020. Leiden: DHBenelux. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3855653.

2019

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2019. “21st-Century Hermeneutics of Textual Scholarship: A Computational Approach.” 16th Annual Conference of the European Society for Textual Scholarship – ESTS 2019. Málaga: University of Málaga. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_Tb6xxA94lOcProU09aIgF_eHG8h42zj/view.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2019. “Making Yourself Understandable to the Universal Machine: From Transcription to Computer Tractable Data.” Course lecture presented at the Bergen University Seminar “Digital Approaches to Transcribing and Analysing Medieval Texts,” Bergen, August 29. file:///Users/joris/Documents/Research/Prezs/presentations/Bergen_2019/Bergen_2019.html#/Title.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2019. “Modelling Multidimensional Narratives and the Object Oriented Fox: What Lies Beyond the Digitized Text in Textual Scholarship?” Lecture presented at the LUCDH Lecture Series, Leiden, April 17. http://jorisvanzundert.net/prezs/presentations/LUCDH_201904/LUCDH_201904.html.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2019. “Formalization, Modelling, and Predicting the Reception of Literary Works.” Lecture presented at the UvA CL2, Course Lecture Series on Computational Literary Studies, Amsterdam, April 10. https://tinyurl.com/yyw9m5hj; https://tinyurl.com/y3fktpgt.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2019. “Why the Compact Disc Was Not a Revolution And «Cityfish» Will Change Textual Scholarship, or What Is a Computational Edition?” Ecdotica 15: 129–56.

Van Zundert, Joris, and Karina Van Dalen-Oskam. 2019. “Joris en Karina’s Holistisch Letterkundig Onderzoeksbureau.” Tijdschrift voor Nederlandse Taal- en Letterkunde 135 (4): 357–372. https://www.tntl.nl/index.php/tntl/article/view/638.

Van Zundert, Joris J., Ian D. Neil, Tara L. Andrews, and Andreas Kuczera. 2019. “Is There Anything It Is Like To Be a Text?” In DH2019 Book of Abstracts, 357. Utrecht: Utrecht University. https://dev.clariah.nl/files/dh2019/boa/0357.html.

Melgar-Estrada, Liliana, Mari Wigham, and Marijn Koolen. 2019. “Programming Humanists - What Is the Role of Coding Literacy in DH and Why Does It Matter?” DH Benelux 2019, 25. Liège: Université de Liège. http://2019.dhbenelux.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2019/08/DH_Benelux_2019_paper_25.pdf.

Cranenburgh, Andreas van, K.H. van Dalen-Oskam, and Joris J. van Zundert. 2019. “Vector Space Explorations of Literary Language.” Language Resources and Evaluation 53 (4): 625–650. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10579-018-09442-4.

2018

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2018. “Why We Should Think About a Domain Specific Computer Language (DSL) for Scholarship.” Digital Hermeneutics in History: Theory and Practice. Esch-sur-Alzette: C2DH of Luxembourg University. http://jorisvanzundert.net/blogposts/why-we-should-think-about-a-domain-specific-computer-language-dsl-for-scholarship/.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2018. “How to Predict Bestsellers and What This Tells Us About Literature.” EADH 2018: “Data in Digital Humanities,” 10. Galway: National University of Ireland. https://eadh2018.exordo.com/files/papers/28/initial_draft/eadh-2018-anonym-predict.pdf.

Van Zundert, Joris Job, Marijn Koolen, and Karina Van Dalen-Oskam. 2018. “Predicting Prose That Sells: Issues of Open Data in a Case of Applied Machine Learning.” In JADH 2018 “Leveraging Open Data”: Proceedings of the 8th Conference of Japanese Association for Digital Humanities, 175–77. Tokyo: Center for Open Data in the Humanities, Joint Support-Center for Data Science Research, Research Organization of Information and Systems. https://conf2018.jadh.org/files/Proceedings_JADH2018_rev0911.pdf.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2018. “On Not Writing a Review About Mirador: Mirador, IIIF, and the Epistemological Gains of Distributed Digital Scholarly Resources.” Digital Medievalist 11 (1): 5. https://doi.org/10.16995/dm.78.

Van Zundert, Joris J., Smiljana Antonijević, and Tara L. Andrews. 2018. “An Ethnography of Codework: Making the Epistemology of Digital Humanities Coding Visible.” Digital Humanities Benelux Amsterdam 2018. Amsterdam: DHBenelux. http://2018.dhbenelux.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/8/2018/05/VanZundert_Antonijevic_Andrews_AnEthnographyOfCodework_DHBenelux2018.pdf.

Schöch, Christof, Joris Van Zundert, Arianna Ciual, and Julianne Nyhan. 2018. “Data in Digital Humanities–Keynote Session/Plenary Roundtable.” EADH 2018: “Data in Digital Humanities,” https://eadh2018.exordo.com/programme/session/24. Galway: National University of Ireland.

Antonijević, Smiljana, Joris Van Zundert, and Tara Andrews. 2018. “Unwrapping Codework: Towards an Ethnography of Coding in the Humanities.” Digital Humanities 2018. Mexico City: ADHO. https://dh2018.adho.org/en/unwrapping-codework-towards-an-ethnography-of-coding-in-the-humanities/.

Andrews, Tara L., Joris Job Van Zundert, Thomas Efer, Stefan Jänicke, Andreas Kuczera, and Stefan Dumont. 2018. “Graph Models for Textual Data: Between Text and Information.” EADH 2018: “Data in Digital Humanities,” 31. Galway: National University of Ireland. [https://eadh2018.exordo.com/files/papers/19/initial_draft/TAG_panel_-Google_Docs.pdf](https://eadh2018.exordo.com/files/papers/19/initial_draft/TAG_panel-_Google_Docs.pdf).

Andrews, Tara L., and Joris J. Van Zundert. 2018. “What Are You Trying to Say? The Interface as an Integral Element of Argument.” In Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces, edited by Roman Bleier, Martina Bürgermeister, Helmut W. Klug, Frederike Neuber, and Gerlinde Schneider, 3–33. Schriften Des Instituts Für Dokumentologie Und Editorik 12. Norderstedt: Books on Demand.

2017

Van Zundert, Joris J., Sally Chambers, Mike Kestemont, Marijn Koolen, and Catherine Jones. 2017. “DHQ Special Issue: DHBeNeLux—Incubator for Digital Humanities in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg.” DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly 11 (4): 1. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/preview/index.html.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2017. “Qu’est-Ce Qu’un Texte Numérique?” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32 (Suppl_2): ii89–105. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqx039.

Van Zundert, Joris J., and Ronald Haentjens Dekker. 2017. “Code, Scholarship, and Criticism: When Is Coding Scholarship and When Is It Not?” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 32 (Suppl_1): i121–23. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqx006.

2016

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “The Case of the Bold Button: Social Shaping of Technology and the Digital Scholarly Edition.” Digital Scholarship in the Humanities 31 (4): 898–910. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqw012.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “Reynaert as Graph.” Ruby/Jupyter Notebook. https://github.com/jorisvanzundert/reynaert-as-graph.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “Author, Editor, Engineer — Code & the Rewriting of Authorship in Scholarly Editing.” Interdisciplinary Science Reviews 40 (4): 349–75. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03080188.2016.1165453.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “You.Can?( :Read ).” Digital Humanities Benelux 2016. Luxembourg: DH Benelux.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “Screwmeneutics and Hermenumericals: The Computationality of Hermeneutics.” In A New Companion to Digital Humanities, edited by Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth, 331–47. Malden (US), Oxford (UK), etc.: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118680605.ch23/summary.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “Close Reading and Slow Programming — Computer Code as Digital Scholarly Edition.” ESTS 2016 / DiXiT 3. Antwerp: European Society for Textual Scholarship, Antwerp University.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2016. “Barely Beyond the Book?” In Digital Scholarly Editing: Theories and Practices, edited by Matthew James Driscoll and Elena Pierazzo, 83–106. Cambridge (UK): Open Book Publishers. http://www.openbookpublishers.com/reader/483.

Van Zundert, Joris J., and Tara L. Andrews. 2016. “Qu’est-Ce Qu’un Texte Numérique?” Digital Humanities 2016: Conference Abstracts, 395–97. Krákow: Jagiellonian University & Pedagogical University.

Van Zundert, Joris J., and Tara L. Andrews. 2016. “Apparatus vs. Graph: New Models and Interfaces for Text.” In Interface Critique, edited by Florian Hadler and Joachim Haupt, 139:183–206. Kaleidogramme. Berlin: Kulturverlag Kadmos.

Burton, Matt, and Joris J. Van Zundert. 2016. “Defactoring ‘Pace of Change.’” Code repository. Github.Com/Interedition (blog). November 29, 2016. https://github.com/interedition/paceofchange.

Andrews, Tara L., and Joris J. van Zundert. 2016. “What Are You Trying to Say? The Interface as an Integral Element of Argument.” Digital Scholarly Editions as Interfaces: Abstracts and Programme, 29–30. Graz: Centre for Information Modelling – Graz University. https://static.uni-graz.at/fileadmin/gewi-zentren/Informationsmodellierung/PDF/dse-interfaces_BoA21092016.pdf.

2015

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2015. “What Is Textual Scholarship And What Is Not?” ESTS 2015. Leicester, UK: Centre for Textual Studies (CTS), De Montfort University. http://web.archive.org/web/20150905221613/http://cts.dmu.ac.uk/ESTS/.

Haentjens Dekker, Ronald, Dirk Van Hulle, Gregor Middell, Vincent Neyt, and Joris Van Zundert. 2015. “Computer Supported Collation of Modern Manuscripts: CollateX and the Beckett Digital Manuscript Project.” In Literary and Linguistic Computing 30 (3): 452–70. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqu007.

2014

Van Zundert, Joris J., Fotis Jannidis, Johanna Drucker, Geoffrey Rockwell, Ted Underwood, Mike Kestemont, and Tara Andrews. 2014. “What Is Modeling and What Is Not?” In Digital Humanities 2014: Book of Abstracts, 63–65. Lausanne: EADH/ACH/CSDH/SCHN/aaDH/JADH/centerNet. http://dharchive.org/paper/DH2014/Panel-671.xml.

Van Zundert, Joris J., and Karina Van Dalen-Oskam. 2014. “Digital Humanities in the Netherlands.” H-Soz-Kult, 28 (October). http://www.hsozkult.de/debate/id/diskussionen-2396.

2013

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2013. “The Social Shaping of Technology and the Digital Scholarly Edition.” In Social, Digital, Scholarly Editing. Saskatoon: University of Saskatchewan.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2013. “Crowdsourcing & Digital Scholarly Editing.” http://jorisvanzundert.net/assets/uploads/2013/OnCrowdSourcing.pdf.

Van Zundert, Joris J.. 2013. “Ongebaande paden in de stylometrie verkend: Recensie van Kestemont, M. Het gewicht van de auteur, Een onderzoek naar stylometrische auteurherkenning in de Middelnederlandse epiek. (Dissertatie) Universiteit Antwerpen: Antwerpen, 2012.” Textual Scholarship (blog). January 2013. http://www.textualscholarship.nl/?p=12134.

2012

Van Zundert, Joris J., Smiljana Antonijevic, Karina Van Dalen-Oskam, Anne Beaulieu, Douwe Zeldenrust, and Tara Andrews. 2012. “Cultures of Formalization: Towards an Encounter Between Humanities and Computing.” In Understanding Digital Humanities: The Computational Turn and New Technology, edited by David Berry, 279–94. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Van Zundert, Joris J. 2012. “If You Build It, Will We Come? Large Scale Digital Infrastructures as a Dead End for Digital Humanities.” Historical Social Research–Historische Sozialforschung 37 (3): 165–86. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZumq17LDaI&feature=youtube_gdata_player.

Beaulieu, Anne, Karina Van Dalen-Oskam, and Joris Van Zundert. 2012. “Between Tradition and Web 2.0: ELaborate as a Social Experiment in Humanities Scholarship.” In Social Software and the Evolution of User Expertise: Future Trends in Knowledge Creation and Dissemination, edited by Tatjana Takševa, 112–29. Hershey: IGI Global. https://10.4018/978-1-4666-2178-7.ch007.

2011

Boot, Peter, and Joris Zundert van. 2011. “The Digital Edition 2.0 and The Digital Library: Services, Not Resources.” Bibliothek Und Wissenschaft 44: 141–52. http://peterboot.nl/pub/vanzundert-boot-services-not-resources-2011.pdf.

2009

Van Zundert, Joris, Douwe Zeldenrust, and Anne Beaulieu. 2009. “Alfalab: Construction and Deconstruction of a Digital Humanities Experiment.” In Proceedings: 2009 Fifth IEEE International Conference on e-Science e-Science 2009, 1–5. Oxford: IEEE Computer Society. https://doi.org/10.1109/e-Science.2009.8.

2007

Van Dalen-Oskam, Karina, and Joris J. Van Zundert. 2007. “Delta for Middle Dutch: Author and Copyist Distinction in Walewein.” Literary and Linguistic Computing 22 (3): 345–62. https://doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqm012.