Submit a Manuscript to the Journal
Cogent Arts & Humanities
For an Article Collection on
Linguistics and Digital Humanities
03 May 2024
Linguistics and Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities are at the crossing of traditional humanities disciplines through computational tools. Linguistics, as the scientific study of the human language in all its aspects – Historical Linguistics, Lexicology, Morphology, Semantics, Syntax, Terminology etc. – is increasingly becoming an essential discipline in the field of the Digital Humanities.
Linguistics is a domain of knowledge whose methods have been applied to understand the Humanities from the most remote times. Nowadays, the discipline faces the challenge to turn its traditional methods into computational ones. To achieve this goal, the research and subsequent applications require a deep understanding of theories and methods in Linguistics to think, design and implement computational applications. The standards (ISO, W3C, TEI consortium etc.) and formats are mandatory to make subject specific data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR Principles) to preserve heritage, the ultimate goal of Digital Humanities.
The articles should deal with the theories, methods and applications that might include any of the following (overlapping) approaches: controlled vocabularies, corpus linguistics, discourse analysis, historical linguistics, information retrieval, knowledge organization, lexicography, LLOD, NLP, ontologies, semantic web, semantics, standards terminology, text and discourse analyses.
Articles related to any subject field (History, Geography, Medicine, Literature etc.,) exploring the interface between Linguistics and Digital Humanities are welcome.
Theoretical reflection on digital tools and methods descriptions for Digital Humanities purposes will be taken into consideration.
Dr. Rute Costa is an Associate Professor with tenure and Habilitation in Linguistics – Lexicology, Lexicography and Terminology – at the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa| NOVA FCSH. She is the Head of the Linguistics Centre of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa – CLUNL - and coordinator of the Lexicology, Lexicography and Terminology Group - LLT. Since 2021, she is the NOVA representative for Digital Transformation in the Strategic partnership between Lancaster University and Universidade NOVA de Lisboa - NOVA Lancaster for Sustainability. She is a collaborator researcher at Digital Humanities Lab and a consultant at the infrastructure ROSSIO, the Portuguese representative at the" Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities". (DARIAH).
Since 2001, she an ISO TC 37 / “Language and Terminology” expert.
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3452-7228
CIENCIA ID: 9E16-EBBC-21A0
Semantic Scholar: https://www.semanticscholar.org/author/Rute-Costa/23552882
Página pessoal: https://sites.google.com/fcsh.unl.pt/terminology-rute-costa
Disclosure Statement: Dr. Rute Costa has no conflict of interest to disclose.
The deadline for submitting manuscripts is 19th February 2024.
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