For the #digitalhumanities folks: What are the foundational texts describing the goals and practices of digital humanities? What's cutting edge work that you think everybody should know about?

@jesseabe For me personally (I don’t think there are many who’d agree), some foundational texts for are:

- Granger, Gilles-Gaston (1967). Pensée formelle et sciences de l'homme. Paris: Aubier-Montaigne. [There is an English translation, which I’d avoid if you can read the original.]

- Гладкий, А. В., & Мельчук, И. А. (1969). Элементы математической лингвистики. Москва: Наука. [There are French, German, and English translations.]

- Leff, Gordon (1972). Models inherent in history. In T. Shanin (Ed.), The Rules of the Game (pp. 148–160). Abingdon: Tavistock.

- Stachowiak, Herbert (1973). Allgemeine Modelltheorie. Wien, New York: Springer.

- Gardin, Jean-Claude (1991). Le calcul et la raison. Paris: Éd. de l'École des hautes études en sciences sociales.

- Moles, Abraham A. (1995). Les sciences de l'imprécis. Paris: Seuil.

- Gardin, J. (2012). Modèles et récits. In J. Berthelot (Ed.), Épistémologie des sciences sociales (pp. 407–454). Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.

- Meunier, Jean-Guy (2014). Humanités numériques ou computationnelles. Sens public.

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