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Digital Humanities at UMD: Introduction

A listing of web sites, databases and resources that support digital scholarship and the humanities at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

What do we mean by Digital Humanities?

The term Digital Humanities covers an impressive amount of real estate.  Per Wikipedia: "Digital humanities is an area of research and teaching at the intersection of computing and the disciplines of the humanities."

Jason Heppler created the "What is Digital Humanities? page that culls over 800 responses and definitions for Digital Humanities.  Another vision for Digital Humanities comes from HacklibrarySchool.com  Flipboard users and web connoisseurs can also enjoy the curated content by Gertjan Filarski who continually develops a listing of definitions and projects.   Find a definition that reflects your vision!

Regardless of how you define the creation of web technologies and humanities, this guide can provide an entry way into research, projects and collaboration opportunities. 

UMD Specific Resources For Digital Humanities

Subject Librarian for Digital Humanities

Adam Brisk
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