The Drupal for Humanists continues to expand with additional materials. 

If you're looking for the images and data to import into the example site are also linked under chapter 14.


The following table includes a randomly-selected set of the modules used in Drupal for Humanists and on the site. Click the "more" link to see the full list, which can be filtered by category.

Module Category Description page
Feeds Tamper Import

Allows you to lightly modify your source data (e.g. change capitalization, do find-and-replace) as you import it.

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Automatic Nodetitles Content type configuration

Lets you automatically populate the title field of nodes using, for instance, values of fields within that node.

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Backup and Migrate Site maintenance

Allows you to easily back up your site (code, database, and/or files) to your own computer or to an external cloud service.

Module page
UUID Export, Import

Universally Unique IDentifier, makes it possible to maintain connections between different entities (e.g. nodes that refer to one another, nodes that point to a taxonomy term) when they're exported or imported.

Module page
UUID Features Integration Export

Connects UUID to Features, to enable exporting taxonomy terms, nodes, etc.

Module page