This issue of VIEW provides a critical survey of new Digital Humanities methods and tools directed toward audiovisual media. While DH as a field seems dominated by a focus on textual studies, the mandate to improve the capacities to search, discover, and study AV is clear and unquestioned. New and emergent tools are reasonably expected to change this methodological landscape within the digitally accelerated near-future.
Co-edited by Andreas Fickers, Pelle Snickars and Mark J. Williams

Andreas Fickers; Pelle Snickars; Mark J. Williams:

Editorial Special Issue Audiovisual Data in Digital Humanities

S. 1-4


Shona Kirsty Noble:

Fingal's Cave: The Integration of Real-Time Auralisation and 3D Models

S. 5-23

Giulia Taurino; Marta Boni:

Maps, Distant Reading and the Internet Movie Database: New Approaches for the Analysis of Large-Scale Datasets in Television Studies

S. 24-37

Edward Larkey:

Narratological Approaches to Multimodal Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Global TV Formats

S. 38-58

Christoph Musik; Matthias Zeppelzauer:

Computer Vision and the Digital Humanities: Adapting Image Processing Algorithms and Ground Truth through Active Learning

S. 59-72


Susan Aasman; Liliana Melgar Estrada; Tom Slootweg; Rob Wegter:

Tales of a Tool Encounter: Exploring Video Annotation for Doing Media History

S. 73-87

Sarah-Mai Dang; Alena Strohmaier:

Collective Collecting: The Syrian Archive and the New Challenges of Historiography

S. 88-102

David Doukhan; Géraldine Poels; Zohra Rezgui; Jean Carrive:

Describing Gender Equality in French Audiovisual Streams with a Deep Learning Approach

S. 103-122

Indrek Ibrus; Maarja Ojamaa:

Newsreels versus Newspapers versus Metadata: A Comparative Study of Metadata Modelling the 1930s in Estonia

S. 123-137

Almut Leh; Joachim Köhler; Michael Gref; Nikolaus P. Himmelmann:

Speech Analytics in Research Based on Qualitative Interviews: Experiences from KA3

S. 138-149

Berber Hagedoorn; Sabrina Sauer:

The Researcher as Storyteller: Using Digital Tools for Search and Storytelling with Audio-Visual Materials

S. 150-170