The Coding for Humanists series aims to provide practical, hands-on instruction around the tools and analytical techniques that underpin digital humanities praxis. No prior technical knowledge is assumed, and examples and case studies are chosen with an eye towards relevance for humanities scholars, librarians, archivists, and others who work with historical and modern socio-cultural artifacts.

Coding for Humanists is edited by Quinn Dombrowski and Laura Mandell, and is published by Texas A&M Press. Please see the list of upcoming volumes. Potential authors should consult the submission guidelines.