Is humanities computing an academic discipline? / Geoffrey Rockwell What is humanities computing and what is not? / John Unsworth Information technology and the troubled humanities / Jerome McGann Disciplined : using educational studies to analyse "humanities computing" / Melissa Terras Tree, turf, centre, archipelago, or, Wild acre? : metaphors and stories for humanities computing / Willard McCarty The history and definition of digital humanities computing / Edward Vanhoutte Humanities computing as digital humanities / Patrick Svensson Something called digital humanities / Wendell Piez What is digital humanities and what's it doing in English departments? / Matthew Kirschenbaum The productive unease of 21st century digital scholarship / Julia Flanders Towards a conceptual framework for the digital humanities / Paul Rosenbloom Digital humanities is a spectrum, or, We're all digital humanists now / Lincoln Mullen Who's in and who's out / Stephen Ramsay On building / Stephen Ramsay Inclusion in the digital humanities / Geoffrey Rockwell The digital humanities is not about building, it's about sharing / Mark Sample I'm Chris where am I wrong / Chris Forster Peering inside the big tent / Melissa Terras ADHO, on love and money / Bethany Nowviskie Selected definitions from the day of digital humanities Digital humanities definitions by type / Fred Gibbs.
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Print version: Defining digital humanities : a reader. Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate,  xv, 314 pages