This blog has been created by Jennifer Beth as a midterm project for English 625, spotlighting the ScripThreads Tool created by Eric Hoyt, Kevin Ponto, and Carrie Roy. Although it is presented as a “blog”, it has been created to be read and experienced in reverse order (i.e. the most recent post is the first one that should be read and the oldest post should be read last). This blog answers the broad question of what is the digital humanities, and how it relates to scholarship at UW-Madison (as well as how it can be applied to the humanities as these projects become more prominent in literary scholarship).


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