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The Digital Humanities Revolution
How have humanists taken up new technologies? What has the digital world added to the study of history, literature, folklore, and art? This presentation by Bryan Alexander surveys the rise of the digital humanities.
We dive into brilliant new ways to map and visualize history. We plumb new web archives of classic literature. We explore what insights can be gleaned from text mining and visualization techniques. 3D models, virtual reality, AI writing assistants, web curation and more will round out this 21st-century look at the grand heritage of the humanities.
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