…we’ve assembled a group of articles that do not issue the “go digital or else” imperatives that rightly ruffle many in our community—they explore possibilities and complications of the digital age.
Features include several topics of great interest to librarians, archivists, and other information professionals engaged in digital humanities work, including scholarly communication, digital preservation, and undergraduate instruction in digital scholarship.
- “Does It Count?” Scholarly Communication and African American Digital History, by Matthew Delmont
- Digital History, from Both Sides, by Walter Hawthorne, Brandon Locke, and DeLacey A. Yancey
- Open Access, Copyright, and Licensing for Humanists: What Historians Need to Know, by Rick Anderson
- A Message from the National Humanities Alliance: Yes, Your E-mails to Congress Matter, by Robert Bowen