SethDenbo, "Googling History: The AHR Explores Implications of Using Digital Sources for Historians," AHA Today, May 16, 2016, http://blog.historians.org/2016/05/googling-history-the-ahr-explores-implications-of-using...
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Tim Hitchcock has posted a recent talk which was "an attempt to worry at the uncomfortable and frequently unnoticed ramifications of putting the remains of the dead online." He discusses the choices made when digitizing archives, claiming that "we have inadvertently made it more exclusive and more conservative – ever more dead white western men – to the exclusion of the rest of the world."
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