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Les humanités numériques, une science "plug and play" ?

Abstract : While reinventing their jobs, digital humanists also invent new contradictions. For example, the wealth of tools bringing a fresh wind of freedom and a sense of play comes with its fair share of "pre-packaged thought". We attempted to join this playground by developing our very own web application This chapter blends our reflections with a return on experience to shed light on some of the issues at stake in digital humanities.
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Antoine Blanchard, Elifsu Sabuncu. Les humanités numériques, une science "plug and play" ?. Valérie Carayol; Franc Morandi. Le Tournant numérique des sciences humaines et sociales, Maison des sciences de l'homme d'Aquitaine, 2015, 978-2-85892-441-7. ⟨halshs-01248081⟩



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