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<p class="p1">The present article examines the current academic encounter with the "thing" of the digital humanities, i.e., with the digital as both a source of crisis and an attempt to control this crisis. By mapping conceptualisations of the digital as an object of study, a tool and the constitution of new practices, the "thing" is presented from the threefold perspective of access, evidence and control: access as the newfound availability and emancipation of the digital object, evidence asdoi:10.7146/mediekultur.v30i57.16489 fatcat:twitj5nrczarlg5il2wlv4qjy4