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Underlying Sentiments in 1867: A Study of News Flows on the Execution of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico in Digitized Newspaper Corpora

Interesting article detailing the use of digitized newspapers across different countries and languages:

Adran Israel Lerma Mayer, Ximena Gutierrez-Vasques, Ernesto Priani Saiso and Hannu Salmi,"Underlying Sentiments in 1867: A Study of News Flows on the Execution of Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico in Digitized Newspaper Corpora," Digital Humanities Quarterly 16 no. 4 (2022), http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/vol/16/4/000649/000649.html

Book review: Luey, 'Handbook for Academic Authors: How to Navigate the Publishing Process, sixth edition'

H-Net Books Channel's Feeding the Elephant just published a book review:

Book review by Aurora Bell, acquisitions editor, University of South Carolina Press.

Beth Luey, Handbook for Academic Authors: How to Navigate the Publishing Process, sixth edition (Cambridge University Press, 2022).

Call for Papers --- NJLIS thematic issue: Library and information studies in the climate crisis

"The Nordic Journal of Library and Information Studies, NJLIS, now welcomes submissions offering empirical, theoretical and/or historical perspectives related to environmental and climate themed library and information-oriented research. "

Open and Engaged 2022: Climate research in GLAM, digital infrastructure and skills to open collections

"As part of International Open Access Week, the British Library is delighted to host its annual Open and Engaged event online on 24 October, Monday from 13:00 to 16:30 BST... Open and Engaged will address intersections between cultural heritage and climate research through use of collections, digital infrastructures and skills."

To learn more: https://blogs.bl.uk/digital-scholarship/2022/10/open-and-engaged-2022.html

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