Writing History in the Digital Age
by Kristen Nawrotzki, Jack Dougherty
Publisher: University of Michigan Press 2013
Number of pages: 298
With our unique focus on writing, our innovative web-born format and our open review process, we seek to move beyond the traditionalist ways humanities scholars -- and historians in particular -- have tended to think about and to use digital technologies.
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