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Responsibilities of the Digital Humanities

Fogwe Chibaka, Evelyn; Herold, Nastasia; de Jong, Franciska; Keydar, Renana; La Rocca, Roberto; Lengo, Maxim; Ngue Um, Emmanuel; Olcott, Martha

The Digital Humanities have the means to question established knowledge, to position knowledge in a new way, and to create new knowledge. What are the responsibilities of the Digital Humanities when it comes to history, politics or political parties, canons, disciplines, social groups, communities, ethics, society? How can we arrive at a more inclusive, sensitive, in the end more human, conceptualisation of the world and the beings who inhabit it, than has been the case in the past?

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