Digital Humanities: Humanities research in the digital age
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Digital Humanities: Humanities research in the digital age

Further reading

Benjamin, W, (2008) The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. London: Penguin.
Berry, D.M. and Fagerjord, A. (2017) ‘Knowledge representation and archives’, Digital Humanities, Oxford: Polity Press, pp. 60–79.
Decherney, P. and Sender, K. (eds) (2018) Stuart Hall Lives: Cultural Studies in an Age of Digital Media. Oxford: Routledge.
Greengrass, M. and Hughes, L. (eds) (2008) The Virtual Representation of the Past. Oxford: Routledge.
Hall, ‘Encoding/Decoding’ (2006) in Durham, M.G. and Kellner, D.M. (eds) Media and Cultural Studies Key Works. Wiley.
Special issue (2019) ‘After the digital revolution’, Archives and Manuscripts, 47(3).
‘Demystifying Born Digital’, OCLC Research. Available at: https://www.oclc.org/ research/ areas/ research-collections/ borndigital.html [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] . (Accessed 17 September 2020).
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