The digital humanist, a critical inquiry, Domenico Fiormonte, Teresa Numerico & Francesca Tomasi ; translated from the Italian by Desmond Schmidt and Christopher Ferguson
The work The digital humanist, a critical inquiry, Domenico Fiormonte, Teresa Numerico & Francesca Tomasi ; translated from the Italian by Desmond Schmidt and Christopher Ferguson represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in European University Institute Library.

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  • The digital humanist, a critical inquiry, Domenico Fiormonte, Teresa Numerico & Francesca Tomasi ; translated from the Italian by Desmond Schmidt and Christopher Ferguson
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  • The digital humanist
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  • a critical inquiry
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  • Domenico Fiormonte, Teresa Numerico & Francesca Tomasi ; translated from the Italian by Desmond Schmidt and Christopher Ferguson
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  • eng
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  • "This book offers a critical introduction to the core technologies underlying the Internet from a humanistic perspective. It provides a cultural critique of computing technologies, by exploring the history of computing and examining issues related to writing, representing, archiving and searching. The book raises awareness of, and calls for, the digital humanities to address the challenges posed by the linguistic and cultural divides in computing, the clash between communication and control, and the biases inherent in networked technologies."--, Provided by Publisher
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  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-254)
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  • non fiction
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  • 933714906
Table of contents
  • Preface: Digital humanities at a political turn? / Geoffrey Rockwell -- Introduction -- Part I. The socio-historical roots -- Technology and the humanities: a history of interaction -- Internet, or the humanistic machine -- Part II. Theoretical and practical dimensions -- Writing and content production -- Representing and archiving -- Searching and organizing -- Conclusions - DH in a global perspective
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