The study of the past is changing thanks to new technologies and philosophies. The research of Adam Crymble explores how technology and the humanities are coming together in new ways, and what that means for practitioners around the world. If you’re working to build a more open, diverse, and globally relevant future of the humanities, I’d love to hear from you.
Welcome to the History & Future of Digital Humanities site of Adam Crymble
Understanding Global Digital Humanities
And Adding Context to Today’s Debates on Migration & Diversity
Adam’s research explores the history and future of digital humanities, with a focus on global diversity and the history of migration. His research challenges many misunderstandings by highlighting solutions. [Read More].
Technology & the Historian
New Book: Historians have seen their field transformed by the digital age. Research agendas, teaching and learning, scholarly communication, the nature of the archive—all have undergone a sea change that in and of itself constitutes a fascinating digital history. Yet technology’s role in the field’s development remains a glaring blind spot among digital scholars. [Buy Now].
It’s important to let people know they’ve made a difference. Every year the Crymble Awards do just that, by recognizing five projects that shaped the way I think about my research. [Read More].