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Digital humanities

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  • Variants

    • Humanities--Information technology
  • Broader Terms

  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Humanities--Data processing
  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Computer in den Geisteswissenschaften, c1989.
    • found: In the shadows of the digital humanities, c2014:p. iv (the contributors to this issue approach the digital humanities from radically different perspectives)
    • found: Crompton, Constance. Doing digital humanities, 2016t.p. (digital humanities)
    • found: Oxford dictionaries, viewed Jan. 25, 2016(Digital humanities: An academic field concerned with the application of computational tools and methods to traditional humanities disciplines such as literature, history, and philosophy)
    • found: Getty art and architecture thesaurus, Jan. 25, 2016(Digital humanities:Research, study, teaching, publication, and other dissemination of information in the humanities that is mediated through digital technology. It is an evolving area of study using computing technologies to investigate questions and areas of research that are both traditional and new to the humanities)
    • found: Flanders, Julia. Encyclopedia of library and information science, 3rd ed., 2011digital humanities article abstract (Digital humanities is a recent and rapidly evolving field. It includes the range of activities and projects associated with the use of digital technologies for humanities research)
  • Change Notes

    • 2008-04-25: new
    • 2016-05-11: revised
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