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- publish original contributions on OpenMethods. For this purpose we maintain the Digital Humanities Methods and Tools blog, a multilingual blogging space for Digital Humanities scholars who wish to share the methodological advancements of their research. Interested in joining us as a guest author? You are very welcome to contact our admin, Erzsébet Tóth-Czifra (email@example.com).
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