The CDH advises on research at the intersections of the humanities, data and computation. We are especially interested in projects that center historically-marginalized voices, have public impact, or break new ground in undergraduate and graduate education. Learn more about opportunities to engage and collaborate with us.
CDH staff are available to consult with Princeton faculty, staff and students on a variety of DH research or professional development questions. Note that due to staff availability, we limit consultation time to one hour per month per project.
Princeton scholars applying for grants with a digital humanities component (e.g. Humanities Council Magic Grants, Dean for Research Innovation Funds, NEH Office of Digital Humanities) must speak with us before naming the CDH as a project collaborator or advisor. For feedback on proposals, please reach out to us at least one month before a grant deadline.
Interested in tools for digital scholarship? ... interested in curating, managing, publishing data?...Reach out to our campus partners!
- For suggestions on tools for digital scholarship -- such as mapping, text mining, data visualization, and archives or exhibits -- please reach out to Princeton University Library’s Digital Scholarship (DiScho) unit using this form. The McGraw Center’s Digital Toolkit is a handy annotated list of digital tools for a variety of needs.
- For detailed suggestions and support when creating a digital or data-driven classroom assignments, from maps to exhibits, from visualizations to text analysis, see McGraw's fantastic Digital Assignment Guide.
- For guidance curating, managing and publishing data talk to Princeton Research Data Service.
- Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering (PICSciE) and Research Computing offer workshops and trainings on a variety of computational methods (such as Python and R) as well as consultations on data visualization and GIS/spatial analysis.
- For help creating a research website, see PUL's Project Website Support information guide as well as the suite of options provided by OIT's Web Development Services (WDS) group.
- Scholars interested in using digital methodologies in the classroom should refer to the comprehensive services provided by the McGraw Center Digital Learning Lab.
- Social scientists can refer to opportunities provided by our partners at the Data Driven Social Science Initiative and the Anthropology Department’s VizELab.
- Anyone interested in media production, crafting & design, and fabrication should refer to Princeton MakeNet, a partnership of campus maker spaces.
If your question or project isn’t covered by the resources above, please fill out the form at this link and you'll hear back within five business days.