Digital Medievalist is an international web-based Community of Practice for medievalists working with digital media. It was established in 2003 to help scholars meet the increasingly sophisticated demands faced by designers of contemporary digital projects.
Membership in Digital Medievalist is open to anyone with an interest in its subject matter, without regard to skill or previous experience in Humanities Computing or Medieval Studies. Participants range from novices contemplating their first project to many of the pioneers in our field.
This is the Digital Medievalist wiki and is open for any Digital Medievalist to make pages on subjects they think will be useful for others to look at.
The main categories in this wiki are
- basic definitions and standards (A Primer on Digital Humanities for Medievalists)
- announcements, programs of Conferences related to the Digital Humanities for Medievalists
- description of past and ongoing Projects
- Software and Tools
- articles on Best practices
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Everyone can participate to this wiki. If you wish to do so, you may have a look at the following pages first:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- If you would like to help clean up the wiki, go to this page and see what needs to be done, and add new tasks as they occur to you.
- All Pages