Debates in Digital Humanities

Debates in the Digital Humanities

Debates in Digital Humanities is a recent collection edited by Matthew K. Gold of the CUNY Graduate Center and published by University of Minnesota Press. It includes commissioned and reprinted essays from a wide array of leading scholars and practitioners, as well as collected blogs posts and other harvested online content.

It is available in two forms. There is a paperback edition which you can buy from the bookseller of your choice, and there is a free, online open access edition which, in addition to the complete contents of the original volume, also includes additional essays and facilities for commentary and discussion. You are welcome to use either or both versions as you like.

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