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DH2015: Lots of Questions and Not So Many Answers

by José de Kruif & Melvin Wevers Digital Humanities is still a booming business, even though at this year’s global DH conference fewer papers–some 260 papers and posters–were presented than in previous years. The fact that the conference took place in Sydney, Australia probably made attendance difficult for some. On the other hand, this location meant more submissions…

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Shoot with Many Guns: How Can the Digital Aid the Humanities?

Report DH Benelux 2015, Antwerp by Jesper Verhoef and Melvin Wevers During the annual Digital Humanities Benelux conference, this year in Antwerp, it became clear that the focus of Digital Humanities (DH) has shifted in recent times. Earlier conferences and workshops on DH were dominated by the question whether tools should be put to use in humanities…

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