Digital Humanities and networked digital media

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Digital Humanities and networked digital media. / Finnemann, Niels Ole.

In: MedieKultur, Vol. 30, No. 57, 19.12.2014, p. 94-114.

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Finnemann, NO 2014, 'Digital Humanities and networked digital media', MedieKultur, vol. 30, no. 57, pp. 94-114.

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Finnemann, N. O. (2014). Digital Humanities and networked digital media. MedieKultur, 30(57), 94-114.

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Finnemann NO. Digital Humanities and networked digital media. MedieKultur. 2014 Dec 19;30(57):94-114.

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Finnemann, Niels Ole. / Digital Humanities and networked digital media. In: MedieKultur. 2014 ; Vol. 30, No. 57. pp. 94-114.

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