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e-Science 2008 4th IEEE International Conference on e-Science

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e-Humanities—An Emerging Discipline

No Claims for Universal Solutions

Presenters and Authors
  • T. Blanke
  • A. Aschenbrenner
  • M. Küster
  • C. Ludwig

The aim of this paper is to review some emerging successful practices in e-Humanities from the perspective of Germany and the UK. All the reviewed projects work on the collaboration of science and computing practices with arts and humanities. This paper argues that claims to universality are the wrong way of promoting future research in e-Humanities. We need to open local spaces in which arts and humanities researchers can engage with e-Science tools and methodologies in a way they are used to engage with other research in their domain. This suggests to ‘embed’ e-Science in arts and humanities research practices.

Date and Time

Wednesday, December 10, 10:15 a.m.

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