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Digital Humanities

A guide to DH projects, tools and resources.

AV in DH

Historically, Digital Humanities has been a text-dominated field. By this we mean that most applications and projects in DH have been focused on using computational tools to encode, analyze, or otherwise utilize printed, textual materials as the object of scholarship. In recent years, we see an increasing interest in using DH tools and methodologies for studying other kinds of media including audio, video, and virtual/3D-rendered environments.

If you are interested in learning more about these facets of DH research and scholarship, a good place to start is the AV in DH Special Interest Group formed out of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. Similarly, The Arclight Guidebook to Media History and the Digital Humanities provides an abundance of information related to how DH projects intersect with audio and video analytics.

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