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Mapping digital humanities in India

  title={Mapping digital humanities in India},
  author={Puthiya Purayil Sneha},
In a new study published by The Centre for Internet and Society in Bangalore, P.P. Sneha offers a detailed mapping of digital practices in arts and humanities scholarship in India. In this article, she summarises the value of conducting such a mapping in the Indian context and explores the implications of digital approaches and innovations for research and practice in humanities. 
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