Can you explain in plain English what digital research methods in the Humanities allow folks to do that they couldn’t do before?
Some Discussion Topics:
- What new sorts of research questions can be asked?
- What new concepts or hypothesis can be tested?
- What new research and public audiences might be interested in the these approaches outside of the Digital Humanities?
- How can Digital Humanities researchers best articulate why they do what they do to them?
Session suggestion from a newbie (biomedical researcher knows about digital research technologies but not about humanities research) which might appeal to other DH experts or newbies alike.