<p>The growing importance of the digital turn profoundly affected the social sciences and humanities. One of the most profound transformations caused by the development of digital technologies is the changes of the practice conditions and the production of knowledge. In recent years, French academics working in the field of letters, social sciences began to devote attention to the practices of “Digital Humanities.” This is a new territory that fosters collaboration, openness, and enhancement of knowledge. In this work, we try to trace the emergence of Digital humanities through ten specific topical issues of French journals to study the nature, the structure and the dynamics of this phenomenon. The aim is to map the locations and emerging practices, in terms of research, knowledge production and knowledge dissemination, and also the modalities that allow Digital humanities to develop new social and editorial assignments.</p
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