Family History — Digital Literacies | ENG 553 | Spring B 2016

The Digital Humanities Manifesto makes note of the curation required by modern technology and makes it clear that modern curators are not only responsible for documenting but experimenting and researching with their materials. “Curation… summons future generations of humanists to set to work right from the start with the very stuff of culture and history: to […]

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