Digital Humanities (formerly Humanities Computing) is a wide and expanding field that explores where computational methodologies and humanistic inquiry might intersect, and in doing so fundamentally shifts each of these subjects in new directions.
Ranging from game development to archiving projects, Digital Humanities uses emerging technical and computational resources to provide access to knowledge and reshape its meanings. Increasingly, new approaches designed for the collection, analysis, and visualization of large data sets are becoming relevant for investigations in the humanities.
This meeting focused on these innovative approaches.
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"Artful Data" Julia Flanders
"The Digital Commons" Panel 1
"Cyberformalism: Search and the History of Linguistic Forms"
"Digital Studies of 19th Century Literature" Panel 2
Last Updated: 11/6/14