Journal of Digital Humanities 1 (3): The Difference the Digital Makes (2012)

5 October 2012, dusan

“So much of the content of digital humanities begins in the analog world: documents that are scanned and indexed; maps that are recast in GIS; quantities that are converted to machine-readable tables. Although we tend to focus on the final product — the digital construction viewed over the web — we remain cognizant of this transition that artifacts of human expression have taken. In this issue of the Journal of Digital Humanities, several scholars take a deeper look at that transition. ” (from the Introduction)

With contributions by Sarah Werner, Craig Mod, Matthew M. Booker, Melissa Terras, Elijah Meeks and Karl Grossner, Simon Burrows and Mark Curran, Andrew J. Torget and Jon Christensen, Stuart Dunn, Sean Takats, Robert Nelson

Vol. 1, No. 3, Summer 2012
Editors: Daniel J. Cohen, Joan Fragaszy Troyano
Associate Editors: Sasha Hoffman, Jeri Wieringa
Publisher Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, October 2012
Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License
ISSN 2165-6673

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