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Day of DH 2009-2011 -- Wesley Raabe, Kent State University, United States
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I would say there are five branches in the Digital Humanities :
- Computing in the Humanities 
- History of Computing and Information systems
- Digital Publishing and Scholarly Communication
- Digital Archiving
- Epistemological Thinking about Humanities and the digital Turn. 
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