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    The Ohio State University
    Digital Humanities transcend forms. They are (and, are not) the brush, page, note, field, data, transformed, linked and made of light.
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    Daniel Anderson
    A performance featuring humans and machines
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    Devin Higgins
    Michigan State University
    DH is me, Devin Higgins. Hi.
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    Nancy Lemay
    University of Ottawa
    Collaborative approach to resolve humanities inquire through the use of technological means.
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    Justin Kroeker
    University of British Columbia
    The Humanities 2.0: the familiar endeavour of deepening our understanding of the relationships between texts, sounds, and other mediums of cultural communication within the more unfamiliar world of digital tools and technologies.
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    Nathan Kelber
    University of Maryland
    Digital humanities is a subset of humanities scholarship concerned with the historical and prospective influences of technology on human culture.
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    Kaci Nash
    University of Nebraska-Lincoln
    A methodology to improve research as well as a medium with which to publish scholarship and engage with fellow scholars and the public.
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    Corinne Vieracker
    University of Michigan School of Information
    A shift in Humanities work towards collaboration and use of technology.
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    Alix Keener
    University of Michigan
    DH is 1) using new digital tools to do humanistic research and 2) using humanistic methods to analyze new digital tools.
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    Andrea Rapp
    TU Darmstadt, Institut für Sprach- und Literaturwissenschaft, Germanistische Computerphilologie
    DIgital Humanities should be "Humanities" working on humanities research questions with old and new methods, old and new questions, old and new media in a new way.
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    Sarah Usher
    NUI Maynooth
    "Digital humanists are not even cool." - Alan Liu
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    Paul Caton
    Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
    Find out what is in common among all the participants in "Day of DH" and there's your definition.
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    Alesia McManus
    Howard Community College
    For our community college students, we focus on the intersection of technology and culture and the humanistic and historical context in which this intersection is situated.
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    Chris Milando
    Carleton University
    For me, the easiest way to define DH is not (necessarily) a discipline in-and-of-itself, but a practice: the use of digital tools, software and techniques to enhance scholarship in the humanities. That being said, aside from enhancing traditional modes of scholarship (increasing speed of communication, increasing size and availability of databases, etc.), I think DH also offers unique insights that simply cannot be derived from traditional (analog) methods of research and analysis. However, what ultimately makes DH unique from the traditional humanities, is its insistence on interdisciplinary collaboration, unique methods of scholarship, and mediums of study that are "born-digital".
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    Franz Fischer
    CCeH, University of Cologne
    Humanities by digital means.
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    Penny Johnston
    University College Cork
    I see DH as an emerging interdisciplinary field of study where digital technologies are incorporated (as method and/or topic) into humanities research practice.
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    Deirdre Quinn
    An Foras Feasa, National University of Ireland Maynooth
    The creative interface between knowedge and technology
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    Fabian Prieto-Nanez
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    Humanidades digitales es una posibilidad de comprender la tecnología de otras maneras