Digital Humanities (Series)

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Stamping American Memory

Collectors, Citizens, and the Post

Awarded the University of Michigan Press / Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory (HASTAC) publication prize for Notable Work in the Digital Humanities

Seeing the Past with Computers

Experiments with Augmented Reality and Computer Vision for History

A pathbreaking volume of innovative case studies exploring uses of visual technologies for historical research and teaching

A World of Fiction

Digital Collections and the Future of Literary History

Proposes a new basis for data-rich literary history

Big Digital Humanities

Imagining a Meeting Place for the Humanities and the Digital

An omnibus study of Digital Humanities and the rising opportunities for progress in this evolving field

Manifesto for the Humanities

Transforming Doctoral Education in Good Enough Times

A noteworthy analysis of current reform opportunities in higher education to improve study in the humanities.

Ethical Programs

Hospitality and the Rhetorics of Software

Explores the rhetorical potential and problems of a new era of hosts and guests

Digital Rhetoric

Theory, Method, Practice

A survey of a range of disciplines whose practitioners are venturing into the new field of digital rhetoric, examining the history of the ways digital and networked technologies inhabit and shape traditional rhetorical practices as well as considering new rhetorics made possible by current technologies

Web Writing

Why and How for Liberal Arts Teaching and Learning

Teaching writing across the curriculum with online tools

Interdisciplining Digital Humanities

Boundary Work in an Emerging Field

The first book to test the claim that the emerging field of Digital Humanities is interdisciplinary and also examines the boundary work of establishing and sustaining a new field of study


Teaching and Learning History with Technology

A collection of scholars and teachers of history unpack how computing technologies are transforming the ways that we learn, communicate, and teach.

Writing History in the Digital Age

A born-digital project that asks how recent technologies have changed the ways that historians think, teach, author, and publish

Hacking the Academy

New Approaches to Scholarship and Teaching from Digital Humanities

An exploration of ongoing efforts to rebuild scholarly infrastructure

Teaching History in the Digital Age

A practical guide on how one professor employs the transformative changes of digital media in the research, writing, and teaching of history