• Profile picture of Taz Karim
    Taz Karim
    Michigan State University
    Studying digital culture and/or using digital methods to study culture
    active 5 years, 4 months ago
  • Profile picture of Terry P. Brock
    Terry P. Brock
    Michigan State University
    Digital Humanities is the use of digital and web technology as a tool or series of tools to better understand the human condition.
    active 5 years, 3 months ago
  • Profile picture of Thomas Padilla
    Thomas Padilla
    University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
    Digital humanities entail critical evaluation of tools and their use for tinkering with, disrupting, and refining humanistic inquiry. Evaluation of the tool and evaluation of the results are performed in concert. Insights are gained through iteration.
    active 5 years, 4 months ago
  • Profile picture of Tim Lepczyk
    Tim Lepczyk
    Hendrix College
    Humanities + Computers = DH
    Never active
  • Profile picture of Timothy J. Pasch, Ph.D.
    Timothy J. Pasch, Ph.D.
    University of North Dakota
    The term Digital Humanities encompasses a wide variety of computer-mediated communicative practices and infrastructural methodologies. The term also invokes a strong qualitative component and opens the conversation to artistic and literary aspects that might not be possible in more quantitative developmental nomenclature. I particularly appreciate the fact that DH facilitates opportunities for social scientists and researchers with more artistic proclivities, to participate in STEM-related cyberinfrastructural conversations and opportunities. Timothy Pasch- University of North Dakota.
    active 5 years, 4 months ago
  • Profile picture of Tom Elliott
    Tom Elliott
    Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, New York University
    Humanities scholarship, pedagogy, or practice with a digital method or tool. Digital scholarship, pedagogy, or practice with a humane focus, aim, or dataset.
    Never active
  • Profile picture of Tom Scheinfeldt
    Tom Scheinfeldt
    Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
    What @jasonrhody said.
    Never active
  • Profile picture of Torsten Schaßan
    Torsten Schaßan
    Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel
    In DH, scholars either try to solve to old problems with new means, in an verifiable way by applying algorithms to given data, or they try to find new questions that couldn't have been asked before with traditional means, e.g. checking a theory against huge amounts of data. DH also implies new presentation of data, methods, and results.
    active 5 years, 5 months ago
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    Travis Brown
    Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
    Same as last year, pretty much.
    Never active
  • Profile picture of Trevor Muñoz
    Trevor Muñoz
    University of Maryland Libraries and Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH)
    Something more and more librarians should be participating in, leading, and generally excelling at
    active 5 years, 4 months ago
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    UC CEISMIC Digital Archive
    University of Canterbury
    Asking Humanities questions using digital tools.
    active 5 years, 3 months ago
  • Profile picture of Verena Teschke
    Verena Teschke
    Universität Trier / Trier Center for Digital Humanities
    I'd just like to quote one of my favourite Metallica songs: "So close, no matter how far..." and "Open mind for a different view" -- which means that the digital humanities are able to offer a whole lot of new possibilities and perspectives, that go far beyond the traditional methodes of research. And nothing else matters...
    active 5 years, 3 months ago
  • Profile picture of Virginia Kuhn
    Virginia Kuhn
    University of Southern California, Institute for Multimedia Literacy
    I define the digital humanities as a contingent term that signals a shift if academic disciplines brought about by emergent technologies and shifting epistemologies.
    Never active
  • Profile picture of Wayne Graham
    Wayne Graham
    University of Virginia Scholars' Lab
    Using computational methods and approaches to augment and enhance traditional humanities disciplines.
    active 4 years, 5 months ago
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    WBA Staff
    William Blake Archive
    At the William Blake Archive the digital humanities offer an opportunity to make the work of the British poet and artist William Blake available to scholars, students, and art lovers worldwide. The digital medium makes it possible to showcase Blake's unique and wide-ranging oeuvre in all its multimedia glory and with extensive scholarly apparatus.
    active 5 years, 3 months ago
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    Wesley Raabe
    Kent State University
    Digital Humanities is thinking about how humanities scholars today interact with representations of the past, whether one is a sleuth recovering traces of the ancient world, tracking the remediations of this morning's tweet, or seeking to locate or better understand texts and contexts of human culture between those two extremes.
    active 5 years, 3 months ago
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    William Cummings
    University of South Florida
    Like everyone else I realize this is a fluid term. I prefer not to do too much hand-wringing and wordsmithing in hopes of reaching some definitional nirvana. When pressed I go with a wordle like one created from the text of Burdick et al's Digital_Humanities. Three cheers for visual representations of concepts!
    active 5 years, 4 months ago
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    Zach Coble
    Gettysburg College
    Investigating humanities questions using digital technology.
    active 4 years, 5 months ago