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State of the field

My sense is that more and more research using digital humanities techniques is being published that’s interesting and read by scholar who aren’t particularly in the digital humanities. (Cameron Blevins’s article in the most recent JAH and Matthew Wilkins’s article in last winter’s ALH immediately come to mind.) This seems to me very encouraging. At the same time there’s been some prominent critiques of the digital humanities recently. I’d be interested in talking about the “state of the field” for DH. Is DH research reached a point of maturity and visibility that we’ll be seeing increasing amounts of digital humanities research in the major disciplinary journals?

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