Digital Humanities Roundup

I’ve just posted on MediaCommons in order to point to Lisa Spiro’s fantastic post rounding up and reflecting on important developments in the digital humanities in 2008, with particular attention to issues of scholarly communication and open access. This post is the second in a series; the first reflected on the development of the digital humanities both as a term and as a collection of interest groups and communities over the course of the year. Both posts provide links to a range of important and exciting resources and include a wealth of thoughtful commentary. And I’m not just pointing this out because she says such nice things about my own project

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