The subject guide to Digital Humanities provides information on resources for
students and faculty related to the creation and development of digital humanities projects, assignments, as well as, associated tools and tutorials.
Digital Humanities is a collaborative and interdisciplinary field, comprised of a broad range of scholarly activities that apply technologies to humanities research and at the same time expands traditional forms of scholarly communication. Digital Humanities (DH) is a field that intersects Information and Communication Technology (ICT), or computer technology, with the traditional study of human experiences and expressions. This can include:
For a summary of the history of Digital Humanities - the discipline formerly known as Humanities Computing - read Susan Hockey's "The History of Humanities Computing" in A Companion to Digital Humanities, ed. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, John Unsworth. Oxford: Blackwell, 2004.