As long as there have been computers, there have been scholars pulling at historians, challenging them to use these computers for historical research. Yet the role that computers can have in historical research is a matter of continuous debate. In his recently published book Trading Zones of Digital History, dr. Max Kemman examines digital history collaborations and reflects on the positioning of digital history between the digital and the historical. In this online lecture on February 18, he will elaborate on the book and his approach to this subject. Kemman has a background in Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science and History.