Digital Humanities

Subject librarian

About the Digital Humanities collection

Digital humanities (DH) is a multi- and interdisciplinary field as well as a set of methods and approaches that combine computational methods with humanistic inquiry. Digital-humanities practice often also involves critical evaluation and reflection on the tools that enable the work.

In addition to the interdisciplinary DH titles in the collection, there are many options for research support for digital humanities. The Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR) provides one-on-one consulting services as well as workshops on a variety of methods. Software and Services for Data Science (SSDS) also provides workshops and consultations. Questions about getting access to library-held material for larger-scale research (like text and data mining)? Please get in touch with Alix Keener and/or your subject liaison.

Cecil H. Green Library

(650) 723-1493
Green Library, 557 Escondido Mall, Stanford CA, 94305-6063

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