[Air-l] market for digital humanities

Jeremy Hunsinger jhuns at vt.edu
Tue Nov 7 06:18:49 PST 2006

did you ask this on Humanist  the list for humanities computing?    
they just had a big debate there about the health of 'humanities  
computing/digital humanities'.  I'm sure they have opinions.
On Nov 7, 2006, at 9:13 AM, Davis, Boyd wrote:

> A task force at my university is looking into developing graduate  
> work/degrees in digital humanities, however broadly construed, and  
> I'd be grateful for any information or suggestions with regard to  
> potential market or opportunities for people coming through such a  
> program.
> Boyd Davis
> bdavis at email.uncc.edu if you'd rather not reply to the list
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Jeremy Hunsinger
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Pratt Institute
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