The Digital Humanities Working Group will meet to discuss a shared reading. This quarter we will consider the field of Digital Humanities broadly and the challenges to the idea of a Digital Humanities field. To spark this discussion, we will read 3 selections from Matthew Gold, ed. Debatesin Digital Humanities (First published in print by University of Minnesota, 2012 and now available and expanded online at http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/debates).
Matthew Gold, “The Digital Humanities Moment”
Matthew Kirshenbaum, “What Is Digital Humanities and What’s It Doing in English Departments?“
Tom Scheinfeldt, “Sunsetfor Ideology, Sunrise for Methodology?“
Co-sponsored by the Graduate Student Commons.
The Digital Humanities Working Group meets once-a-month to share ongoing work, read foundational texts, and create a vision for Digital Humanities at UCSC. All students, faculty, and staff welcome.
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