The Humanities Computing Curriculum Committee (HC3), launched in AY 2019–2020, brings together humanists, technologists, and administrators across Princeton to promote the integration of scholarly approaches from the humanities and computer sciences in the undergraduate curriculum. Emerging methods in data science promise new insights into human history and culture, and the humanities are vital to developing and applying ethical and equitable technology in the world today. The tools, methods, and practices that we apply to humanities data of the past are just as relevant to our present moment.

Learn more at the HC3 website.