Mixing Methods: Practical Insights from the Humanities in the Digital Age

Birgit Schneider (Editor), Beate Löffler (Editor), Tino Mager (Editor), C.M. Hein (Editor)

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The digital transformation is accompanied by two simultaneous processes: digital humanities challenging the humanities, their theories, methodologies and disciplinary identities, and pushing computer science to get involved in new fields. But how can qualitative and quantitative methods be usefully combined in one research project? What are the theoretical and methodological principles across all disciplinary digital approaches? This volume focusses on driving innovation and conceptualising the humanities in the 21st century. Building on the results of 10 research projects, it serves as a useful tool for designing cutting-edge research that goes beyond conventional strategies.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherBielefeld University Press
Number of pages272
ISBN (Print)978-3-8376-6913-8
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Publication series

NameDigital Humanities Research
ISSN (Electronic)2749-1986


  • Mixed Methods
  • Digital Humanities
  • Digital Methods
  • Text Mining
  • Network Analysis
  • Statistics
  • Visualisation Tools
  • Media
  • Digitalization
  • Culture
  • Media History
  • Digital Media

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