There are some real gems in here. I’ve included the first three below.
By the way: I wouldn’t recommend exploring the site I’m sending you to. It’s one of those online degree content farms. Just hang out on the page I’m sending you to and everything will be peachy.
As promised, the first three:
Dan Cohen: Dan Cohen directs George Mason University’s Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, co-hosts the Digital Campus podcast, and keeps an incredibly engaging blog about all things digital humanities. He’s also written a very useful book about how to merge technology and archived history into one effective resource.
arts-humanities.net: Follow this feed for job opportunities in the arts, social sciences and — of course — digital humanities. Be sure to hit up the hosting website for even more news regarding developments in this eclectic and ever-growing field.
Blogs at HASTAC: Presented by Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Advanced Collaboration, these blogs provide readers of all familiarity levels with multiple perspectives on the digital humanities. It makes for a great way to learn about upcoming conferences, calls for papers, and other events as well.