Series Editors: Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein

Debates in the Digital Humanities

As those within and outside of digital humanities struggle to make sense of the field and to articulate how itmight mesh with existing structures and practices, the debates in and around the digital humanities have mounted in both significance and scope. Resonating with established middle-state initiatives, the Debates in the Digital Humanities series forms a group of interconnected publication ventures that will encompass the current open-access platform for the book, new print publications centered around topics of specific import, and a biennial volume that takes account of major issues of debate. By identifying unifying issues and ideas as they unfold and by offering a hybrid model for open-access texts to be published in both experimental online spaces and traditional print forms, the editors will provide necessary structure to a rapidly expanding field, documenting the digital humanities' present debates and shaping its future.

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