computatiohumanitatis:

(via My latest at NITLE’s Techne blog: Finding Capacity in Digital Humanities at Liberal Arts Colleges « Rebecca Frost Davis)
How do you find digital humanists who’ve never heard of the digital humanities?   Many small liberal arts colleges are now facing this quandary as they try to build capacity in the digital humanities on their campus.  The natural first step in such an effort is a search for those already engaged on campus.  Sometimes, however, those using digital methods in the humanities, don’t necessarily self-identify as digital humanists. I first experienced this phenomenon when talking to a faculty member who was part of Hamilton College’s Digital Humanities Initiative…

computatiohumanitatis:

(via My latest at NITLE’s Techne blog: Finding Capacity in Digital Humanities at Liberal Arts Colleges « Rebecca Frost Davis)

How do you find digital humanists who’ve never heard of the digital humanities?   Many small liberal arts colleges are now facing this quandary as they try to build capacity in the digital humanities on their campus.  The natural first step in such an effort is a search for those already engaged on campus.  Sometimes, however, those using digital methods in the humanities, don’t necessarily self-identify as digital humanists. I first experienced this phenomenon when talking to a faculty member who was part of Hamilton College’s Digital Humanities Initiative

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