A Conversation With a 'Luddite' Who Championed New Scholarly Directions for History

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Anthony T. Grafton, departing president of the American Historical Association, mentions intellectual history, in combination with "a social history of ideas," among fields that have been "transformed by digital-humanities methods and digital archives."
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"The most Luddite person you can imagine" is how Anthony T. Grafton describes himself. But it's in part thanks to Mr. Grafton, a professor of history at Princeton University, that the American Historical Association has finally put digital-humanities...

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