Digital humanities has become an influent ial and widely adopted term only in the past decade. Beyond the rapid multiplication of associations, centres, conferences, journals , projects, biogs, and tweets frequently used to signal this emergence, if anything characterizes the field during this time it is a concern with definition. This focus is acknowledged and reflected, for instance, in Matthew Gold's 2012 edited collection, Debates in Digital H11manlties. The debates surveyed are...[Show more]
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