Computing in the humanities is nowadays usually known as the "digital humanities", which seems to be a collective term for the various disciplinary practices in the humanities that computing informs and from which it learns. Apart from but symbiotic with the digital humanities is observation and reflection on the present, past and possible futures of computing in the disciplines. This observation and reflection is what I do. Its basic purpose is to open up the possibilities of the interdisciplinary common ground where computing and disciplinary research affect each other.

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