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This guide provides an overview of selected Digital Humanities tools and resources available at Fordham.

What is Digital Humanities?

Cornell, Elizabeth. "Four Definitions of 'Digital Humanities.'" Wordle Image, 2012. http://www.elizabethfcornell.net/2012/07/13/why-faulkner-and-the-digital-humanities-need-each-other-a-short-introduction/

There is currently no agreed-upon definition for the term "digital humanities." The following definition was summarized from quotes submitted by Day of DH participants between 2009-2014 at whatisdigitalhumanities.com:

  • Humanistic scholarship presented in digital form(s)
  • Humanistic scholarship enabled by digital methods & tools
  • Humanistic scholarship about digital technology & culture
  • Humanistic scholarship building and experimenting with digital technology
  • Humanistic scholarship critical of its own digital­-ness [1]

[1] Honn, Josh. "Never Neutral: Critical Approaches to Digital Tools & Culture in the Humanities." Accessed October 19, 2016. http://joshhonn.com/never-neutral-critical-approaches-to-digital-tools-culture-in-the-humanities/.

h/t Kristen Mapes

Introductory DH Resources

DH Professional Organizations

Reference and Digital Humanities Librarian

Tierney Gleason
Contact:
Rose Hill Campus | Walsh Family Library | Room 129
tgleason11@fordham.edu
718.817.3574

Reference & Instruction Department

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