This is a repository of essays designed to provide an introduction to key topics in the digital humanities. This web site is intended to provide a gateway for scholars with minimal exposure to digital methodology but who are interested in exploring the vast potential of the field of digital humanities. We are also offering an accompanying weekly lunchtime seminar covering these topics at Stanford in Spring 2011.
Essay authors: Andrew Robichaud, Cameron Blevins
Web site designer: Rio Akasaka
Project director: Jon Christensen. For more information about this project, please contact email@example.com.
Many thanks to Glen Worthey, Matthew Jockers, Geoff McGhee, Nicole Coleman, and Kathy Harris for contributions and suggestions.
This web site is produced by Tooling Up for Digital Histories, a collaboration between the Spatial History Project and the Computer Graphics Lab at Stanford University and many others to compile, create, and share new tools for digital research in the humanities at Stanford and beyond. The collaboration has been funded by the Presidential Fund for Innovation in the Humanities at Stanford.