This is like Disneyworld for Digital Humanists: all of Rossetti's works and paintings are here, all in one place. You can click, link, read, download, search, and even (gasp)… have fun.
It's a philosophical tract about the French Revolution. But it's so well written it's also a literary work.
Yep, you guessed it: here are all the works of one of America's greatest poets, all in one place. Plus, there are supplementary materials like letters, notebooks, essays and journalism for you reading pleasure.
Austen's last published novel, which tells the love story of Anne Elliot and the handsome Captain Wentworth. Let's just put it this way: they wait a long, long time before getting together.
MacLeish re-envisions Matthew Arnold's famous poem, "Dover Beach."
This is the book that popularized the term "Digital Humanities." What else is there to say?
This is a collection of essays that shows us Digital Humanists doin' their thing. As in, practicing Digital Humanities. (Har har.)
Here's a book that lays out all the debates in the field. So now we don't have to debate what the debates are, right?
Is information technology changing the face of higher education? Is it changing the face of education in general? The contributors in this collection think so.
Many of the seminal essays in the field can be found in this collection. It's a nifty place to start for getting a sense of where the field is today.