This summer, there was an extensive discussion on the Humanist mailing list about the form and nature of research methods in digital humanities. This matters, as it speaks in a fundamental way to a question whose very asking defines Digital Humanities as a discipline: when does the development and use of a tool become a method, or a methodology? The thoughts and responses this thread provoked is testament to the importance of this question. While this post does not aim to offer a complete digest of this thread, I wanted to highlight a couple of key points that emerged from it.
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