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Title Understanding digital humanities / edited by David M. Berry.
Published Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ;New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
Detail xviii, 318 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Added Author Berry, David M. Introduction : understanding the digital humanities
  Evans, Leighton. An interpretation of digital humanities
  Rees, Sian. An interpretation of digital humanities
  Hayles, N. Katherine. How we think : transforming power and digital technologies
  Rieder, Bernhard.tDigital methods : five challenges
  Rohle, Theo. Digital methods : five challenges
  Parikka, Jussi. Archives in media theory : material media archaeology and digital humanities
  Basset, Caroline. Canonicalism and the computational turn
  Dexter,Scott. The esthetics of hidden things
  Hildebrandt, Mireille. The meaning and mining of legal texts
  Frabetti, Federica. Have the humanities always been digital? : for an understanding of the 'digital humanities' in the context of originary technicity
  Terras, Melissa. Present, not voting : digital humanities in the panopticon
  Dixon, Dan. Analysis tool or design methodology? : Is there an epistemology for patterns
  Heftberger, Adelheid. Do computers dream of cinema? : film data for computer analysis and visualization
  Currie, Morgan. The feminist critique : mapping controversy in Wikipedia
  Manovich, Lee. How to compare one million images
  Zundert, Joris Van. Cultures of formalisation : towards an encounter between humanities and computing
  Lin, Yu-wei. Transdisciplinarity and digital humanities : lessons learned from developing text-mining tools for textual analysis
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