This list emphasizes the holdings about digital humanities in the John Cotton Dana Library in Newark. Resources for other Rutgers libraries are located at the bottom of the center column of this page.
An ArcGIS StoryMaps project mapping First People's poetry in the U.S. The project is hosted by the Library of Congress and created by Joy Harjo, 23rd Poet Laureate Consultant of the United States. Harjo is a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.
There's no simple answer to the question, "What is Digital Humanities?" Practitioners often define Digital Humanities differently depending upon their own activity. Roughly defined, Digital Humanities is the practice of incorporating technology in teaching, research and the dissemination of scholarship in any of the traditional humanities disciplines. There are four main areas of activity in the Digital Humanities: Research and development for analyzing humanities data and creating new tools for that analysis, the use of technology in humanities pedagogy, theory and critical inquiry related to the ways in which technology is changing the way we understand our selves, our cultures and our societies and preservation and access of materials and scholarly works in the humanities.
For an excellent summary of the history of Digital Humanities - the discipline formerly known as Humanities Computing - read Susan Hockey's "The History of Humanities Computing" in A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004. http://www.digitalhumanities.org/companion/
In the rest of this guide, you'll find links to help you learn more about this growing, multi-disciplinary community of practice.
Jeffrey Schnapp, Professor of Romance Languages & Literature at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, gives a (somewhat) brief introduction answering the question, "What is Digital Humanities?" Originally presented February 18, 2014. 12:51 minutes long.
The following resources are available in the Archibald S. Alexander Library at the New Brunswick, College Avenue campus.
Below are a list of professional and scholarly journals published by the Digital Humanities community.
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