Is DH treated as a methodology or a field?
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I've recently been thinking about the digital humanities, and specifically digital history, and have begun wondering whether it is generally treated as a field or as a methodology.
That is: when I list my academic interests, I typically list several fields of study such as early modern Britain, the European Reformation(s), the history of the book...and digital history/humanities. Yet I also USE digital history/digital humanities to study topics in other fields. As a result, I've been trying to piece together some ideas about this seeming crossover, and I wondered whether any of you might be able to point me to work that addresses this question, or have ideas about it yourselves. Thanks in advance!