2. Genealogies of the Digital Humanities
3. Computational Thinking
4. Knowledge Representation and Archives
5. Research Infrastructures
6. Digital Methods and Tools
7. Digital Scholarship and Interface Criticism
8. Towards a Critical Digital Humanities
David M. Berry is Professor of Digital Humanities at the
University of Sussex.
Anders Fagerjord is Associate Professor of Media and Communication at the University of Oslo.
"This important book addresses significant questions about the
role of digital humanities in scholarship today. Concise and
comprehensive, it is essential reading and a major addition to the
emerging critical appraisal of the field."
Lorna Hughes, University of Glasgow
"This is a compelling and exciting analysis of the ways in
which the encounter between the humanities and computers is
reshaping and remediating our shared cultural and intellectual
world. David Berry and Anders Fagerjord present an inspiring
manifesto for a pluralistic and critical digital humanities and
provide an essential roadmap for anyone seeking to understand our
emerging digital cultures."
Andrew Prescott, University of Glasgow
"This book covers excellent ground. It draws together and
analyses developments and critical moments in the growth of Digital
Humanities in ways that clearly show their importance and
Kathryn Eccles, University of Oxford
"As a clearly articulated, accurate, and concisely critical introduction, this book is exemplary. ... I would recommend this volume to any newcomer who wanted a fair and true institutional history of the digital humanities. ... a benignly deceptive introductory overview that also serves as a guiding critical compass for the future of the digital humanities."
Martin Paul Eve, New Formations