This article reviews the issue of digital humanities and co-production of knowledge around the Project of <Archive of Intellectuals in Modern Korea> based on the wiki platform and its possibilities. The argument of this article is that a new possibility of co-production of humanities knowledge can be opened in the digital environment. In Chapter 2, we consider what possibilities the writing of the Wiki platform could open to writing in humanities. Wiki is a suitable platform for sharing tasks and can identify the process of joint research. At the same time, Wiki enables combinatorial writing that actively utilizes the digital environment through hypertext and the function of extention and embedding of wiki. In Chapter 3, we discuss that data and co-production discover new humanistic issues.
Participants jointly designed ontology based on humanities knowledge. In addition, when sharing and utilizing the data entered according to the ontology, a new humanistic thesis was discovered. This article confirms that collaboration using data in a digital environment can open new possibilities for humanities research. Afterwards, the task is to enter data in earnest and realize the possibility of this article’s discovery