Digital Humanities

Digital humanities connect between conventional research methodologies and opportunities given by technologies and methodologies providing scholars with new ways of seeing questions and tools for solving problems. Scholars have labored for years to develop digital archives. Now the time has come to create new methodologies to explore database collections for reconfiguring interpretations of the data.


Emerging are fresh views of the past based on revelations of unperceived patterns and arrays of attributes. Digital humanities have matured crossing boundaries of geography and history to include a wider range of disciplines such as indigenous innovation arts, anthropology, and industrial research.


Digital humanities projects use tools for developing gazetteers, 3D mapping, literary analysis, digitization and indexing, and new visualization techniques in interdisciplinary research that aims to enhance social science and humanities research. Creators and users interact with experimentation and source materials in ways that yield unpredicted findings.