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“A new conjunction of scientist, curator, humanist, and artist is what the digital humanities must strive to achieve. It is the only way of ensuring that we do not lose our souls in a world of data.”
DH scholars and practitioners carry on lively conversations both formally--via peer-reviewed journals--and informally--via blogs and other social media platforms.