Marjorie's suggestion makes the most sense. Direct users to Centernet as
the source for the best currently available list of DH activity hubs.
Like Peter Robinson, I'm not aware of the subtle differences that still
divide the wikiverse from the universe. And I suspect that the two of us
are not alone. 


Martin Mueller

Professor emeritus of English and Classics
Northwestern University

On 10/27/14 9:49 AM, "Peter Flynn" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

>On 10/27/2014 12:34 PM, Martin Holmes wrote:> My own centre was not in
>the list before or after, so I have no stake
>> in this game, but why should people not add their own centre to a
>> list of Digital Humanities centres on a Wikipedia page on DH?
>I was assuming from what Stuart said ("If people interested in getting
>coverage of their projects on wikipedia") that he had detected a
>tendency for people to add [their] individual DH *projects*; and that
>the list is/was intended for "centres" -- that is, at a guess,
>formally-established and funded official organisational subdivisions
>responsible for the conduct of teaching and research in the digital
>humanities within academic institutions.
>That's just my €0.02...if there are formal criteria for adding to this
>list, it would be useful for them to be noted just under the heading.