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Introducing Multilingual Digital Humanities: A Must-Read Exploration



Welcome to the intersection of language, culture, and digital innovation! 🤩


I am thrilled to announce the release of my latest publication, "Multilingual Digital Humanities." A much needed volume that investigates the impact of monolingualism, with a keen focus on challenging Anglocentrism, within the realms of digital practices in the humanities and social sciences.

This book is the proud result of two year work and collaboration with my fantastic co-editor Paul Spence and all the wonderful 29 authors of the 13 contributions of the volume. I am very grateful for having had the chance to work with such great scholars.

The book uncovers the pivotal role of low-resourced, minoritized, or endangered languages in the digital space

Multilingual Digital Humanities dives deep into the heart of digital linguistic injustice, critical digital literacy particularly within digital learning and publishing. The book uncovers the pivotal role of low-resourced, minoritized, or endangered languages in the digital space, while also unravelling the complexities of multilingual historical intertextuality.


Case Studies Across Languages

This four-part book features 13 diverse case studies, each exploring infrastructural projects, pedagogical resources, computational models, interface building, and publishing initiatives. Spanning languages such as Arabic, French, Russian, Portuguese, Italian, German, Spanish, Bengali, Hindi, Malayalam, and Tamil, these case studies provide unique insights into the dynamic world of Multilingual Digital Humanities.


🚀 Key Features
  • Incorporates both primary and secondary research

  • Contextualizes debates within a broader cultural framework

  • Bridges linguistic focus with cultural criticism in Digital Humanities

  • Addresses language technologies, documentation, and international language-based infrastructure creation


Recognizing the Multilingual Digital Entity

Multilingual Digital Humanities  recognizes the digital landscape as a culturally embedded, multilingual entity that weaves together past, present, and future worlds. Throughout the 13 case studies, the reader explores how the digital reacts to and impacts institutional and methodological frameworks and how language, culture, and technology converge in the ever-evolving world of Digital Humanities.

Throughout the 13 case studies, the reader explores how the digital reacts to and impacts institutional and methodological frameworks

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Stay tuned for blog updates as we unpack more insights, trends, and discussions on #DigitalHumanities, #MultilingualDH, and #CulturalInnovation 🌐📚

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Department of Art and Culture, History, and Antiquity

Faculty of Humanities

Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam (VU )
De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV Amsterdam, Netherlands
 

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