As the digital humanities are continually be defined and re-imagined as an interdisciplinary space, definitions place emphasis not only on the DHs as a method, epistemology, and pedagogy, but also as action, "an array of divergent practices" (Digital Humanities Manifesto 2.0). These practices usually involve dealing with data--whether through collating, archiving, mining, etc. with the assistance of digital tools. Here we will be collecting and organizing some of those digital tools and resources for those tools.




DIRT: Digital Research Tools Wiki



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