DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE MEETS DIGITAL HUMANITIES

Münster, S.; Apollonio, F. I.; Bell, P.; Kuroczynski, P.; Di Lenardo, I.; Rinaudo, F.; Tamborrino, R.

Digital Cultural Heritage and Digital Humanities are, historically seen, in focus of different communities as well as approaching different research topics and - from an organizational point of view - departments. However, are they that different? The idea of this joint article involving digital humanists and heritage researchers is to examine communities, concepts and research applications as well as shared challenges. Beyond a collection of problem-centred essays this is intended to initiate a fruitful discussion about commonalities and differences between both scholarly fields as well as to assess to which extent they are two sides of the same medal.

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Münster, S. / Apollonio, F. I. / Bell, P. / et al: DIGITAL CULTURAL HERITAGE MEETS DIGITAL HUMANITIES. 2019. Copernicus Publications.

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