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Making Sense of Digital Humanities

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Julian Chambliss, East Lansing, MI

Ellen Moll, East Lansing, MI

Copyright Year: 2022

ISBN 13: 9781626101210

Publisher: Michigan State University

Language: English

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Reviewed by Robert Arellano, Professor, Southern Oregon University on 1/31/23

A much-needed expansion of research and pedagogy in a subfield whose scope runs the risk of being limited (like the entirety of the field) to a white, male understanding of Jeffersonian humanities. The contributors represent diverse backgrounds... read more

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Image Credits
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • I. Data, Ethics, and Society
  • II. Global Digital Humanities
  • III. Community and Digital Humanities
  • IV. Teaching and Learning
  • Appendix

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About the Book

Taking up the challenge of navigating the complex world of digital humanities, Making Sense of Digital Humanities offers readers an exploration of the many ways scholars have employed the diverse toolkit of digital humanities to create a better understanding of the synergies and disruptions created by technological change. Rooted in a concern for the daunting tasks associated with teaching and learning about the digital humanities, this volume hopes to provide easy entry into a complex topic while highlighting how an understanding of digital humanities can transform our thinking about technology in the modern world.

About the Contributors


Julian Chambliss, Michigan State University

Ellen Moll, Michigan State University

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