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APPENDIX A: Sources for Survey Candidates

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Organizations identified as digital humanities centers (or humanities computing centers), or whose names and activities suggest they function as such centers, were gathered from the following resources:

  • The National Endowment for the Humanities Summit of Digital Humanities Centers (
    Lists the names of 18 DHCs that participated in this NEH event. Organizations were selected by the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities, a summit organizing partner.
  • The Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institute (CHCI)
    An international membership organization of more than 150 humanities centers and institutes.
  • Digital Humanities | Center by Type (
    This wiki lists hundreds of organizations worldwide that are involved in humanities computing, including digital libraries, digital humanities projects, and professional associations dedicated to humanities computing. Based on an initial list compiled by Willard McCarty and Matthew Kirschenbaum in 2003, the current wiki is hosted by centerNet, a recently created international network of DHCs.
  • Other. A handful of organizations were identified from the following resources:
    -DHC Web sites (DHC sites often link to other DHC sites)
    Our Cultural Commonwealth: The Report of the American Council of Learned Societies Commission on Cyberinfrastructure for the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2006 (New York: American Council of Learned Societies)
    -Council on Library and Information Resources

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