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    Charlotte Becker
    University of California, Santa Barbara
    Using computing/digital technologies to practice humanities scholarship in innovative ways--and using humanistic knowledge and approaches to understand digital technology.
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    J. Francisco Álvarez
    Professor at UNED (Spain)
    New habits for a new era. Some technological nudges to enhance research capabilities in humanities
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    Sharon Cogdill
    English Department, St. Cloud State University
    Digital Humanities is just our everyday normal way of doing business, but with slightly more awareness than usual that a lot of what everybody does is digital — and an awareness of some of the things that that might mean. And a willingness to think about them and try digital options.
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    Andrea Rehn
    Whittier College
    Scholarship and pedagogy which is often public and collaborative and which engages with digital media as medium and/or message.
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    Chris Cantwell
    University of Missouri-Kansas City
    Using technology to reach new audiences with the answers to very old questions.
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    Ken Albers
    RRCHNM
    DH still means digital history to me.
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    John Aerni-Flessner
    SUNY Cortland
    Digital History is the act of imaging and making historical arguments by and through digital media.
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    Ammon Shepherd
    George Mason University
    Digital Humanities is the act of embracing technologies and methodologies to improve and create new ways of doing humanities scholarship.
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    Charlene McGoohan
    An Foras Feasa, NUI Maynooth, Ireland
    The amalgamation of the humanities and computer science to create digital tools and resources that allow further research in the discipline of Humanities.
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    Brian Greenspan
    Carleton University
    An impulse more than a method.
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    Bobby Smiley
    Michigan State University Libraries
    The use of computational tools and techniques to explore questions in the humanities, and the concomitant reflection on the use of those tools and techniques in that exploration.
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    Janet Thomas Simons
    Digital Humanities Initiative (DHi) at Hamilton College
    “Digital humanities is a diverse and still emerging field that encompasses the practice of humanities research in and through information technology, and the exploration [approaches] of how the humanities may evolve through their engagement with technology, media, and computational methods.” -- Modified from Digital Humanities Quarterly (DHQ) (see DHQ website, http://www.digitalhumanities.org/dhq/about/about.html)
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    Paul Spence
    King's College London
    A space for collaboration, creativity and critical reflection on the use and application of digital technology in the humanities
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    Stewart Varner
    University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    DH is a big and probably over-stuffed box that holds an increasingly disparate menagerie of projects, processes, methods and positions that somehow manage to involve humanistic questions and digital technology (both broadly defined). At its best, it can be the most open-minded and egalitarian place in the humanities. At its worst, it can be, well, frustrating. It is practiced by some of the best folks I know and dismissed by some of the other best folks I know.
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    Zoe Borovsky
    UCLA
    from the UCLA DH website: "Digital Humanities interprets the cultural and social impact of new media and information technologies—the fundamental components of the new information age—as well as creates and applies these technologies to answer cultural, social, historical, and philological questions, both those traditionally conceived and those only enabled by new technologies."
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    eCodicology
    TU Darmstadt/ Trier Center for Digital Humanities/ Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
    DH is... ...creating new problems, challenges and many opportunities by using new technologies.
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    Bruce Matsunaga
    Department of English, Arizona State University
    At its broadest and most concise, I define DH as using digital technology as a lens to examine cultural artifacts.
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    Jill E. Kelly
    Southern Methodist University
    Digital humanities is an exciting and emerging discipline bringing together technology and the humanities . But it can be many things beyond: it is a means to enhance scholarship through digital sourcing and computer technologies; a means to design less "traditional" forms of scholarship; a means of engaging students in lecture, discussion, and technology; to a means to disseminate scholarship to wider audience (particularly important given recent complaints about humanities and the academy); etc. etc.