The Digital humanities include a range of research, teaching, and creation practices in humanities subject fields conducted with digital technologies, particularly networked digital resources. Digital humanities projects are often collaborative and involve input from a wide range of stakeholders, including scholars, librarians, computer scientists, curators, and members of the public. Because digital humanities projects are typically interdisciplinary and collaborative, definitions vary considerably.
Digital Humanities used to also be known by "humanities computing" and "Information and Communication Technologies (ICT)." Whether the Digital humanities are a collective or plural noun is also debated.
Selected list of resources for further exploration:
Matthew Kirschenbaum, "What Is Digital Humanities and What’s It Doing in English Departments?" ADE Bulletin 150 (2010): 1-7. PDF
"What is Digital Humanities?" Association for Computers and the Humanities Digital Humanities Questions and Answers. http://digitalhumanities.org/answers/topic/what-is-digital-humanities#post-290
"What are the Digital Humanities?" Digital Humanities @ Oxford. http://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/Support/whatarethedh.aspx
Pages in category "Digital humanities"
The following 59 pages are in this category, out of 59 total.
- Early Modern Digital Agendas
- Early Modern Digital Agendas News
- Early Modern Manuscripts Online (EMMO)
- Early Modern Recipes Online Collective (EMROC)
- EMDA 2013 Participants
- EMDA 2013 Visiting Faculty
- EMDA 2015
- EMDA 2015 Participants
- EMDA2013 Curriculum
- EMDA2013 participant blog posts
- EMDA2015 Application Guidelines
- EMDA2015 Curriculum
- EMDA2017 Application Guidelines
- English Short-Title Catalogue
- Eric Johnson
- Web collection (disambiguation)
- Web collection: Folger Shakespeare Library Websites and Social Media
- Web collection: Shakespeare Festivals and Theatrical Companies
- Web collection: William Shakespeare's 450th Birthday: Celebrations and Commentary
- Week One: The Digital Corpus for Early Modernists
- Week Three: New Analytical Approaches to the Corpus
- Week Two: Extending the Early Modern Textual Corpus and Organizing Major Digital Projects
- Wendy Hui Kyong Chun