The Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton is an interdisciplinary research center that brings together faculty, staff, students, and community partners working at the intersection of the humanities and technology. We create and apply digital tools to humanistic questions and critically engage with the promises and risks that technology poses to society.Read More
Launching a Digital History Lab for the Twenty-First Century: Concepts, Methods, and Institutions
Simulating risk, risking simulations
Simulating risk attitudes in group interactions and putting computational philosophy in conversation with digital humanities
A journal for experimental humanities research, irregularly published by the CDH.
Shakespeare and Company Project
Recreating the world of the Lost Generation in interwar Paris.