The ever thoughtful Miriam Posner suggests a different way of conceiving of the infrastructure for digital humanities:
We’ve seen digital humanities in terms of “projects” since Roberto Busa indexed Thomas Aquinas. But lately it seems to me that the imperative to continuously produce something is getting in the way of how people actually think and […]
Brian Croxall provides an informative and realistic look at what digital approaches to humanities can and cannot do.
Data need interpretation Data don’t have to be big. Data aren’t always the answer
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