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DH Read: “Digitization ≠ Repatriation: When Digital Humanities Provides Access But Not Restitution”

In this follow-up blog post to an article on Hyperallergic, Sarah E. Bond argues that: An examination of the Ethiopian cultural heritage held in the libraries and museums of Britain can perhaps demonstrate a seminal point about digitization and the digital humanities more broadly: Digital editions can never fully replace an analog object. No matter how many manuscripts we digitize…

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