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    Katherine Pandora
    University of Oklahoma
    Digital Humanities for me is what happens when we plug humanities into computationally powered amps, and an audience that was expecting the comforts of communal affirmation has to decide whether or not to pick up new instruments and to experiment and push the limits.
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    Andrew Rouner
    Washington University in St. Louis Libraries
    as having a lot less to do with computers than I once thought: as a conservative movement in the humanities.
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    Dean Rehberger
    Matrix, Michigan State University
    Digital humanities is quilt making.
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    Sarah M. Rowe
    InHerit; Research Laboratories of Archaeology, UNC-Chapel Hill
    I define DH by my use of it. As I engage with DH, I am looking for ways to effectively communicate scholarly knowledge with a broader audience; not just as a way of outreach or dissemination, but as laying the foundation for the democratization of knowledge and incorporation of multivocality into scholarly work. Thus, a set of tools for effective engagement.
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    NP Herrmann
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    For me, Digital Humanities is very similar to an English class just with a computer component to it.
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    Steven Park
    University of Connecticut
    I define the digital humanities broadly, where humanists build things that could not be done without a computer. Ideally, DH is done publicly, openly, and collaboratively across humanistic disciplines.
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    Chiara T. Ricciardone
    U.C. Berkeley
    The span of activities between digitizing the humanities and humanizing the digital.
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    Matthew K. Gold
    City Tech and Graduate Center, CUNY
    I stick by my 2011 definition: The Digital Humanities is both an evolving field with a discernable set of academic lineages, practices, and methodologies and a vague umbrella term used to describe the application of digital technology to traditional humanistic inquiry. Ultimately, what sets DH apart from many other humanities fields is its methodological commitment to building things as a way of knowing.
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    Faery Chasm Records
    Digital Humanities? Aphrodite growing live arms or Elephants waltzing on the moon!
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    Kristin Jensen
    Performant Software Solutions LLC
    Research in DH uses digital technologies to extend academic study and teaching of the humanities disciplines.
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    Crystal Hall
    Bowdoin College
    DH is a way to interrogate data, computing, and computation using humanities methods and DH is a way to interrogate the humanities with digital and computational methods.
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    Sharon Webb
    An Foras Feasa
    The exercise of defining digital humanities can often leave us with more questions, lingering theories and answers that allude to some aspect of the question but which inevitably lead to assertions that perhaps, digital humanities, is open to interpretation. Essentially, what it is or is not is based on “your” interpretation and perspective as either a practitioner, theorist or an observer. In its simplest guise, digital humanities (from my perspective) is the provision and development of technology for the humanities, which is itself focused on artifactual evidence to theorise and explore human culture, thought and society.
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    DH is a very under-acknowledged term encompassing a vast array of research, knowledge, and teaching. DH, or Digital Humanities, are concerned with intersecting computers and digital work with that of the humanities.
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    Kimberly Lockaby
    University of Oklahoma
    Seeking the meaning of humanity through digital media.
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    Diane Jakacki
    Bucknell University
    Digital Humanities is any scholarly activity that makes extensive use of one or more of the new possibilities for teaching and research opened up by the unique affordances of digital media. These include, but are not limited to, new forms of collaboration, new forms of publication, and new methods for visualizing and analyzing data.