Digital Humanities

22 April 2014 The term Digital Humanities refers to the relationship of disciplines such as “literature, philosophy, classics, rhetoric, history, and studies of art, music, and design” (4) and various technological outlets that reinforce their respective theories. The first chapter of “Digital_Humanities” addresses the influence of digital outlets on humanists’ and explains that “archival projects” …

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Beyond the Paper: Digital Humanities

Spring term is the time when W&L students are especially encouraged to focus less on majors, minors, and FDR requirements, and more on discovering something new. During my first-year, I traveled to Denmark to learn how corporate social responsibility is practiced in Denmark. During my sophomore year, I traveled to Washington, DC to learn the …

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