Chapter 1 was previously published as “What Is Digital Humanities and What’s It Doing in English Departments?” ADE Bulletin, no. 150 (2010): 55–61. Chapter 2 was previously published as “The Humanities, Done Digitally,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 8, 2011. Chapter 17 was previously published as “You Work at Brown. What Do You Teach?” in #alt-academy, Bethany Nowviskie, ed. (New York: MediaCommons, 2011). Chapter 28 was previously published as “Humanities 2.0: Promises, Perils, Predictions,” PMLA 123, no. 3 (May 2008): 707–17.
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Debates in the digital humanities / [edited by] Matthew K. Gold.
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1. Humanities—Study and teaching (Higher)—Data processing. 2. Humanities
—Technological innovations. 3. Digital media. I. Gold, Matthew K..
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