RECOMMENDED: On Making in the Digital Humanities

UCL Press has published an open-access volume focusing on DH’s processes as “making.” On Making in the Digital Humanities: The scholarship of digital humanities development in honour of John Bradley is an homage to John Bradley’s work in DH and “assembles a group of well-known, experienced and emerging scholars in the digital humanities to reflect on various forms of making (we privilege here the creative and applied side of the digital humanities)” and “provide[s] a very human view on what it is to do the digital humanities, in the past, present and future.”

The volume is co-edited by Julianne Nyhan, Geoffrey Rockwell, Stéfan Sinclair, and Alexandra Ortolja-Baird, and is divided into 4 sections: “Making Projects,” “People Making,” “Making Praxis,” and “In Memoriam,” a section by Geoffrey Rockwell dedicated to the contributions of Stéfan Sinclair.

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