Why "digital humanities" works at liberal arts colleges

Liberal arts colleges provide the perfect setting to incorporate digital humanities, William Pannapacker, associate professor of English at Hope College, in Holland, Mich., writes in this commentary. The technology can help faculty with research and can be used to open up the tenure-and-promotion process by encouraging new research, he writes. "[P]articipating in DH is not more difficult at liberal-arts colleges than at research universities; it simply presents a different set of challenges and opportunities," Pannapacker suggests.

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