Join the South Asia Digital Humanities Working Group for a discussion with Prof. Sean Pue about his use of computational methods for the study of South Asian poetry, the Digital Humanities program at MSU, and other DH topics. His presentation will be followed by a conversation with attendees, moderated by Dr. Ellen Ambrosone (PUL).
Sean Pue is associate professor of Hindi Language and South Asian Literature and Culture at Michigan State University. He has served as the Director of the Digital Humanities program at Michigan State University and recently received a Mellon New Directions Fellowship to study linguistics and computer/data science for his research on poetic sound in South Asian poetry.
The CDH will be hosting a drop-in open house for graduate students. If you’re a graduate student curious about digital humanities, if you have questions or an idea about a project, or if you’re invested in learning more about what we do at the CDH and the different ways you might get involved, please join us!
The CDH is excited to announce the formation of a new East Asian DH Working Group at Princeton, with support from the East Asian Studies Department. The Working Group plans to regularly organize meetings, workshops and other events over the academic year. We would like to invite you to a virtual kick-off meeting – registration is not required.
In this first meeting, the group will share its plans for the coming weeks and months. A number of Princeton students, faculty and staff from a variety of disciplines working on different parts of East Asia have been invited to share in very short presentations their ongoing or planned DH projects, including:
Anna Shields (East Asian Studies)
Chan Yong Bu (East Asian Studies)
Gian Duri Rominger (East Asian Studies) / Nick Budak (Center for Digital Humanities)