The Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) is an interdisciplinary research center that brings together researchers, students, teachers and software developers to engage in technical and scholarly innovation. The CDH helps foster a vibrant digital humanities community among Princeton’s graduate students. We train graduate students in innovative computational analysis, research, and project management skills, and offer opportunities for scholarly and professional growth.
Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities
Launched in 2023, the Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities will serve to educate and credential the next generation of humanities researchers in cutting-edge theories, methods, and computational approaches that are transforming fields ranging from medieval history to media studies. Certificate students will have the opportunity to expand their methodological toolkit, and to build a community of praxis that will help them imagine the expanded applications of humanistic thought.
Graduate Fellowships allow students to pursue their own DH research or to contribute to CDH-affiliated projects. Graduate students can apply to the Graduate Fellows program. Graduate students are also eligible to apply to CDH Data Fellowships.
We offer individualized support in the form of project consultations. If you’re curious about digital humanities, have an idea for a project, or want to incorporate DH elements into your teaching and research schedule a one-on-one consultation with a CDH staff researcher by using our consultation form to tell us more about your interests.
Graduate Training Grants (up to $1,000) support Princeton graduate students who would like to expand their knowledge of data-driven and computational approaches to the humanities by taking advantage of courses, workshops, summer schools, institutes or other training opportunities offered outside of Princeton.Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
The CDH also maintains a limited discretionary fund for graduate student activities related to the digital humanities for which other sources of funding have been exhausted. If you believe you have a qualifying situation, please email Natalia Ermolaev ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) with a brief description and a requested amount.
Professional Development and Employment
The CDH works closely with campus partners like the Graduate School, the Center for Career Development, and the McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning to offer events and workshops specifically for graduate students.
We have an extensive training program for DH Project Managers, who are funded through the project management fellowship and who work closely with faculty and CDH staff to manage and coordinate the work of sponsored project teams.We gladly accept University Administrative Fellows.
Additionally, the CDH hires graduate students for part-time positions. Graduate Assistants are DH apprentices who assist with the ins and outs of running a busy DH center. See our list of open positions.