What is Digital Humanities? This guide does not attempt to provide a definition, just scholarly resources to help you make up one and get involved. Try reading the blog post of Gerald R. Lucas, Defining Digital Humanities, if you care.
Scholarly communication in the Humanities has changed drastically with the advent of technology since personal computers were introduced in the 1980s. Not only is the dissemination of research now largely shared electronically – via online journals, e-books, blogs, academic social networks, and email exchange – but the research process itself is carried out with the help of a growing number of apps and tools.
This guide was put together for those interested in using projects associated with the Digital Humanities movement and for those who are attempting to create such projects. The guide is arranged by the following categories:
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