This issue of VIEW provides a critical survey of new digital humanities (DH) methods and tools directed toward audiovisual (AV) media. DH as a field is still dominated by a focus on textual studies (studies of word culture) that are largely “deaf and blind” in their capacity to search, discover, and study AV materials. The mandate to improve these capacities is clear and unquestioned, though the pathways are fecund and numerous. New and emergent tools related to deep learning algorithms are reasonably expected to change this methodological landscape within the digitally accelerated near-future.

Digital Humanities, Audiovisual Data
Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision
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VIEW Journal of European Television History and Culture; Vol 7, No 14 (2018): Audiovisual & Digital Humanities; 1-4

Fickers, Andreas, Snickars, Pelle, & Williams, Mark J. (2018). Editorial Special Issue Audiovisual Data in Digital Humanities. VIEW Journal, 7(14), 1–4. doi:10.18146/2213-0969.2018.jethc149