Cultural Reproduction and Digital Humanities

A core benefit of digital praxis is the ability to accomplish something using digital tools that cannot be achieved working in a more traditional manner.  The legacy of literary digital humanities is the most obvious expression of this idea, but using digital to explore humanities questions can take many forms. In this section, the experiences of Amy Derogatis, Brooks Hefner, Robert Cassanello, Laurie Taylor, and Connie L. Lester offer different perspectives on using digital methods to answer humanities questions.


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