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
Digital Humanities at Stanford
Stanford scholars are harnessing the power of new technologies through an array of digital humanities endeavors. Current digital humanities projects are using tools like 3-D mapping, electronic literary analysis, digitization, and advanced visualization techniques in interdisciplinary research that aims to shed new light on humanities […]
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