Definitions & Commentary


A Survey of Digital Humanities Centers in the United States by Diane Zorich (Washington: Council on Library Resources, 2008)

For links to individual centers, see the Centers page.

Tools and Standards

A sampling (a separate page on tools and standards is forthcoming).


The Digital Scholar by Martin Weller (open access).
Digital Scholarship-Introduction
(a blog entry by Weller on the Ed Techie comments on the themes of the book.

A Companion to Digital Humanities. Susan Schreibman, Ray Siemens, and John Unsworth, eds. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Pub., 2004.
Widener: WID-LC AZ105 .C588 2004
Review Article: Classical Review

Concise Lexicon of/for the Digital Commons

Digital Humanities Manifesto

Digital Humanities Manifesto 2.0

Emerging Genres in Scholarly Communication (Scholarly Communication Institute 8)

The Promise of Digital Humanities White Paper by Todd Presner and Chris Johanson (UCLA)

Developing the digital humanities at the Open University: progress report

CNI (Coalition for Networked Information) cnivideo's channel: Hosts talks from meetings, the year's overviews, etc.

The digital-humanities daily

Tooling Up for Digital Humanities (Stanford): "a repository of essays designed to provide an introduction to key topics in the digital humanities. This web site is intended to provide a gateway for scholars with minimal exposure to digital methodology but who are interested in exploring the vast potential of the field of digital humanities."

M Publishing

"Introducing the Digital Humanities,"  a presentation by the MPublishing Office of the University of Michigan, is a useful overview of digital humanities (definitions, tools and projects). More...

Landmark Publications