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Defining digital humanities is often a starting point and barrier for those interested in exploring the practice. While the field of digital humanities increasingly grows and diversifies, it still remains notoriously hard to define. Visit and continuously refresh the website, What is Digital Humanities? and you will see the range of perspectives and definitions the DH community has on its work.
One way to view the digital humanities is an intersection between humanities research, teaching, learning, and publishing and digital methods, tools, technology, and culture. The work is inherently interdisciplinary and frequently collaborative.
This group serves as an outlet for communication between members of UNC Charlotte that have an interest in digital humanities. Members are encouraged to share readings, professional development opportunities, accomplishments, proposals and questions.
What Does DH Look Like?
Explore some examples of Digital Humanities projects created by other institutions and organizations.
What Jane Saw - A virtual tour of a single gallery with two exhibits that Jane Austen visited, years apart