Sep 10, 2015

Digital Humanities is Not Ones and Zeros - LMU Library News

This blog post is the second in a series of posts focusing on digital scholarship and digital humanities. (Also see yesterday's post, "What are Digital Scholarship and Digital Humanities?") Why Digital Humanities?: Charles Darwin was a great writer. His most famous work, On the Origin of Species (1859), is beautifully poetic. With “natural selection,” he was not just introducing a new concept; he...

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