This video in the Stanford Humanities + Digital Tools series was recorded live from the Stanford Humanities Center. On May 5, 2015, a panel of Stanford humanities scholars and technology experts gathered to discuss how digital tools are helping them explore complex questions in history, literature, archaeology and more.
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