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Digital Humanities from a global perspectiv

Fiormonte, Domenico;
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  • Published: 01 Oct 2014 Journal: Laboratorio dell'ISPF (issn: 1824-9817, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR)
Abstract
Although suffering from a lack of academic recognition, Digital Humanities is an interdisciplinary field that is rapidly expanding across the globe. In this article we review critically the geo-linguistic landscape of DH, its current trends and hegemonic forces, and describe the most relevant national and local initiatives, research centers, and teaching experiences.
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free text keywords: Global Digital Humanities, DH geo-linguistic diversity, Digital multiculturalism, lcsh:History of scholarship and learning. The humanities, lcsh:AZ20-999, lcsh:Philosophy (General), lcsh:B1-5802
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26 W. H. K. Chun - L. M. Rhody, Working the Digital Humanities: Uncovering Shadows between the Dark and the Light, in «Differences. A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies», 25, 2014, 1, pp. 1- 25.

35 J. R. Allen, The development of computers courses for Humanities, in «Computers and the Humanities», VIII, 1974, 3, pp. 291-295.

36 D. M. Zorich, A Survey of Digital Humanities Centers in the United States, Washington (DC), Council on Library and Information Resources, November 2008 <http://www.clir.org/pubs/ abstract/pub143abst.html> (7.10.2014). [OpenAIRE]

37 See <https://www.zotero.org/groups/digital_humanities_education/items/collectionKey/ M3E8EB5R>. Courses and degrees in Digital Writing, Multimedia Composition, Rhetoric, etc., are probably not included in Spiro's collection.

38 Cfr. <http://www.cceh.uni-koeln.de/Dokumente/BroschuereWeb.pdf>. The Cologne Center for eHumanities has listed the initiatives throughout Germany: <http://www.cceh.unikoeln.de/node/11>. See also the publications of the European network DARIAH, where the situations in Germany, Ireland, Greece and Slovenia are recorded (http://www.dariah.eu).

39 P. Mounier, (ed.), Read/Write. Book 2. Une introduction aux humanités numériques, Marseille, OpenEdition Press, 2012 <http://books.openedition.org/oep/240> (8.10.2014).

40 M. Wieviorka, L'impératif numérique, Paris, CNRS, 2013.

41 Discussions for the creation of a Francophone DH Association started in October 2013 at ThatCamp Saint-Malo (see http://thatcamp35.hypotheses.org/) and led to the birth of Humanistica on July 8th 2014 (see http://www.humanistica.eu). It is interesting to note that the Humanistica was the name given to a prospect «European» association during ThatCamp Florence in 2011, and after its failure the Francophone founders reused it for their association.

42 F. Clavaud, Digital Humanities as University Degree: a Brief Overview of the Situation in France, 3 June 2012 <http://siacre.enc.sorbonne.fr/~fclavaud/presentation/DH2012-DHDegrees-FranceFClavaud.pdf> (8.10.2014).

43 See http://pireh.univ-paris1.fr/DHfrancophone/index. php-.

48 SDH-SEMI publishes the online «Digital Studies / Le champ numérique» (http:// www.digitalstudies.org).

49 Cfr. <http://buenosaires2013.thatcamp.org/2013/09/04/convocatoria-reunion-asociacionargentina-de-humanidades-digitales>.

50 LLC has recently acquired a more appealing and sub-title: «The Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities».

51 Available for free respectively at: <http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/> and <http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companionDLS/>.

52 Cfr. D. Fiormonte, Towards a cultural critique, cit., pp. 62-67.

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