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Looking on the Digital Humanities as an interdiscipline, the H2D journal fits into a new action paradigm where the digital media have become a major source for new methods and practices of production and application of knowledge in the social and human sciences (Linguistics, Literature, Culture, Philosophy, History, etc.). In this context of interdisciplinary dialogue, this journal invites the academic and non-academic community to submit research papers, accounts of experiences/pedagogical projects, presentations of technological tools/resources and other contributions aimed at the promotion of the Humanities through a path of (self-)discovery aided by technology. The papers will be published in two annual volumes, one per semester.

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