The resources below are other non-English and/or European DH resources.
Paolo Monella, a post-doc scholar studying digital humanities at the Accademia dei Lincei in Rome, has posted slides, an abstract, and summaries from his talk “L'informatica Umanistica nel mondo: esperienze in corso /Where are the Digital Humanities today?” His slides provide an important overview of digital humanities research centers worldwide.
Sally Chambers gave this presentation at EMTACL 12, Trondheim, October 2012. The presentation is included because DARIAH is a European-wide umbrella for the digital humanities. Her presentation discusses the role of the library in digital humanities, especially in terms of infrastructure. Amidst rapidly changing research and academic infrastructures, this discussion is especially relevant.
The first signers of this manifesto (and, presumably, also the writers) were the participants of the international colloquium “Research Conditions and Digital Humanities: What are the Prospects for the Next Generation?” held June 10-11 2013 at the German Historical Institute in Paris. The short document provides an excellent outline of issues faced by researchers in the digital humanities.