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This extended interview with Geoffrey Rockwell was carried out via Skype on the 28th April 2012. ... myth and history. ... or if you look at my website, let me see ... 11/25/2016 DHQ: Digital Humanities Quarterly: Trading Stories: an Oral History Conversation between Geoffrey Rockwell and Julianne Nyhan http://www.digitalhumanities.org ...doi:10.7939/r3pk07f52 fatcat:dihnnj37fnf4lmzpwrcmtpurf4
The focus of our scholarly interest has moved away from its historical origins in text-based scholarship, although that now has many more possibilities, and we are seeing an interest in exploring culture ... There are certainly Western centres that specialize, particularly in Chinese texts and historical documents, but this needs to be extended further if we are not to impose limits on the conversations, synergies ... reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made. ...doi:10.1007/s40647-018-0216-0 fatcat:ml724pg5mrgxfioa2g7rgtb7yi
Laying the Foundation
Comprehensive and engaging, these essays present arguments and case studies that are sure to enliven the discussion of the forces that shape and constrain the use of digital collections. ... This original and compelling assessment is essential for those interested in libraries and in digital humanities." ... . 17 In a similar vein, both Melissa Terras and Julianne Nyhan, Andrew Flinn, and Anne Welsh have called for greater understanding of the prehistories and histories of the DH movement. 18 Indeed as ...doi:10.2307/j.ctt163t7kq.5 fatcat:f7grnptexfhbbc7l6q4t5sjkfu