Editors’ Choice: The Spatial in Digital Humanities

A week of Digital Humanities in Lausanne with DH2014 was packed with projects sorting out and displaying cultural heritage. The emphasis is more on the ’sorting out’, as Digital Humanities is an academic discipline. It has a strong emphasis of textual analysis in English language, but there is more to it. Susanna Ånäs presented Wikimaps with a position paper and a presentation in the inaugural meeting of the GeoHumanities special interest group, a group gathering knowledge on the spatial research of cultural heritage.

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This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Lisa Rhody based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Abigail Scheg, Angela Zhou, Cinzia Pusceddu-Gangarosa, Daniel Petry, Estee Beck, Jeffery Temple, Lisa Munro, Rhae Lynn Barnes, Stephanie Barnwell, and Stephanie Beck Cohen.