Critical digital humanities : the search for a methodology /
"Can established humanities methods coexist with computational thinking? It is one of the major questions in humanities research today, as scholars increasingly adopt sophisticated data science for their work. James E. Dobson explores the opportunities and complications faced by humanists in th...
|Author / Creator:||Dobson, James E., author.|
|Imprint:||Urbana, [Illinois] : University of Illinois Press, |
|Description:||xiv, 175 pages : illustrations 23 cm.|
|Series:||Topics in the digital humanities|
Topics in the digital humanities.
|Subject:||Digital humanities -- Research -- Methodology.|
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11800321|
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