Resources for Humanists

Digital resources for humanists are becoming plentiful: we offer here a selection including those that ACH has helped to sponsor, and those that are good starting points for those getting oriented in the field. We welcome suggestions for additional links and resources.

ACH Publications and Informational Resources

DHQ: ACH's open-access journal of digital humanities

DHAnswers: a wide-ranging forum for questions and answers on all kinds of DH-related topics

DH Conference Abstracts Database (experimental): a searchable collection of conference abstracts from the annual DH conference; currently includes selected years but is being expanded.

Other Publications of Interest

Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities, a book series published by Ashgate Press and co-edited by Marilyn Deegan, Lorna Hughes, Andrew Prescott, and Harold Short. The series already includes nine DH-related titles, and proposals for new volumes are invited.

Discussion forums

Humanist: ACH's long-running online seminar of digital humanities

TEI-L: a discussion forum focused on the Text Encoding Initiative Guidelines; the searchable archive contains records of discussions ranging over 20 years and covering technical, philosophical, and methodological questions in text encoding for the humanities

Related organizations

ALLC: the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, the European professional association for digital humanities and an ACH partner in ADHO

SDH-SEMI: the Society for Digital Humanities/Société pour L'étude des Médias Interactifs, the Canadian professional association for digital humanities and an ACH partner in ADHO

CenterNet: a global collaborative network of digital humanities centers, aimed at developing cooperative opportunities and providing advocacy for center funding and initiatives

HASTAC: the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboratory, a collaborative community of researchers in digital humanities and related fields, addressing the "momentous opportunities and challenges for learning posed by our digital era"

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