This competition is for research papers looking at some aspect of the national, regional, or international practice of the Digital Humanities. Within this broad subject, participants may choose their own approach: focussing in individual problems or projects (e.g. some specific scholarly, preservation, or cultural heritage issue), or broader philosophical, geographical, sociological, political, or other discussion of the practice of Digital Humanities in a global context.
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Inna Kizhner, Igor Kim, Maxim Rumyantsev, Marina Lapteva, Ruslan Baryshev, Nikita Pikov
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