Interdisciplining Digital Humanities
by Julie Thompson Klein
Publisher: University of Michigan Press 2014
Number of pages: 232
Interdisciplining Digital Humanities sorts through definitions and patterns of practice over roughly 65 years of work, providing an overview for specialists and the general audience alike. It depicts both the ways this new field is being situated within individual domains and dynamic crossfertilizations that are fostering new relationships across academic boundaries.
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