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Diversity of Digital Humanities in IJHAC

By the editors of IJHAC IJHAC: A Journal of Digital Humanities has been published since 1989, initially under the name History and Computing. It is one of the longest running journals in digital humanities. Recently, the journal broadened its thematic scope and…

Digital Humanities research in Africa

by Emmanuel Ngué Um The main challenge facing Digital Humanities research in Africa is the race to catch up with a global trend, where digitization is increasingly present at the intersection of knowledge and society. This race is taking place…

Spatial Film History

By Christian B. Long My article in the new issue of International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing is part of my broader research in the spatial history of film. In “Where Is France in French Cinema, 1976-2013” and in my research…

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Doing History in the Digital World

Historians have used printed media such as books, letters, diaries, newspapers and magazines for centuries, yet now that the web has/is replacing that, the web is tomorrow’s historical resource. Relationships between historical ‘text’ sources, data and interpretation, the construction of…