- the study of literature, philosophy, etc., as facilitated by computer technology or digital media: Digital humanities uses data analysis to find patterns in large bodies of text.
- the set of methodologies used in such scholarship.
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How to use digital humanities in a sentence
The digital dating sphere can prove tricky, and bruising, for the trans user.
Consider, too, that in this digital age, making something public is not only easier but has greater reach.
I was, she diagnosed, half joking and half horrified, a “digital hoarder.”
Panicked, I reached out to hoarding experts, who often refer to any kind of obsessive digital collecting as “infomania.”
But in the Digital Age, we're at risk of a new type of hoarding that is equally problematic.
Only one typographical error was noted in the conversion of the printed document to digital format.A Synopsis of the American Bats of the Genus Pipistrellus|Walter W. Dalquest
A commanding brow, thoughtful eyes, and a mouth that seemed to respond to all humanities.Select Speeches of Daniel Webster|Daniel Webster
The humanities became the fashion, just as science became the fashion in the nineteenth century.
For a considerable period, therefore, the humanities had to be pursued in institutions apart from the universities.
He was affected below all the surface that worldly thoughts and habits had laid, stratum by stratum, over the humanities within.Night and Morning, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton