Friday, April 29, 2016

not drowning in digital humanities websites

There seems to be no shortage of them, to be honest.

There is even an Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations to put them all under an umbrella. That alliance used to have an essay section that members of the MONK project recommended as a good introduction, but that can only be found in the Internet Archive/Wayback Machine. (They do have a cool list of publications, however.)

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