Spring 2020 Events

Workshop

Research Data Management Workshop

January 27 - 29
Join experts from across campus for a three-day workshop on research data management for graduate students, organized by the Princeton Research Data Service, Princeton Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, and OIT Research Computing. 
Information Session

Grant Info Session

Natalia Ermolaev
Rebecca Munson
Grant Wythoff
February 11 12:00–1:00 PM
Learn about all of the grant opportunities the CDH has to offer this Spring! 
Social

Douglass Day 2020

February 14 12:00–3:00 PM
Celebrate the chosen birthday of activist and writer Frederick Douglass through a crowd-sourced transcription project.
Reading Group

HathiTrust and the Princeton Prosody Archive

Eleanor Dickson Koehl
Rebecca Sutton Koeser
Meredith Martin
February 19 12:00–1:20 PM
HathiTrust is a massive digital library accessible to Princeton researchers. It is both a resource for close reading and a trove of textual data. Join us as we explore one use case of HathiTrust, the Princeton Prosody Archive, as well as learn more about the tools and data for computational text analysis provided by HathiTrust and the HathiTrust Research Center.
Reading Group

Making the most of the CDH Seed Grants

Bobbi Coffey
Andi Johnson
Steve Knowlton
February 24 12:00–1:20 PM
Each year, the Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) welcomes librarians to submit proposals for the Seed Grants. The 2020 deadline is March 13. 
Deadline

Research Partnership Grant Deadline

March 2 12:00–12:00 AM
The CDH is seeking full-time faculty research partners for AY 2020-2021. Partners will work with the CDH to produce new tools and/or digital scholarship at the intersection of humanities and information technology.
Deadline

Dataset Curation Grant Deadline

March 2 12:00–12:00 AM
CDH Dataset Curation Grants familiarize recipients with the analytical and technological practices of working with humanities data. Grantees are taught best practices in data selection, gathering, modeling, cleaning, transformation, and maintenance, with the aim of producing a research dataset suitable for computational analysis. We seek applicants who are interested in participating in the CDH’s ongoing conversation about methodological, cultural, and ethical questions raised by curating humanities data.  
Deadline

Seed Grant Deadline

March 12 11:00–11:00 PM
Faculty, staff and post-doctoral fellows are invited to apply for CDH Seed Grants to support individual or collaborative research projects.
Deadline

Fall 2020 Grad Fellowship Deadline

March 12 11:00–11:00 PM
Graduate Fellows in Digital Humanities explore a field of DH research or professional development during their term. No previous experience with DH or specific technical skills are required. Fellows are expected to be active participants in the life of the CDH by attending events and workshops and reaching out to CDH staff and fellow students as they explore their DH topic. Fellows attend monthly cohort meetings that provide the opportunity to workshop ideas with peers.
Workshop

Data Spring Cleaning: Data Shelves, Closets, and Attics

May 8 12:00–1:00 PM
Join the discussion and exchange tips on how to better organize your active data files and keep your analysis workspace free from clutter. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Workshop

Preparing Data for Publication: Overview

May 11 12:00–1:00 PM
An overview of how to get your data ready to be published, starting with organization to choose the best repository. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Workshop

Preparing Data for Publication: Organizing Data: Best Practices

May 12 10:00–10:30 AM
Deeper dive into documenting and describing your data to optimize discovery and reuse. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Workshop

Preparing Data for Publication: Readmes and Documentation

May 12 12:00–12:30 PM
Deeper dive into documenting and describing your data to optimize discovery and reuse. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Workshop

Preparing Data for Publication: Discovery and Reuse

May 13 10:00–10:30 AM
Deeper dive into data discovery and reuse. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Workshop

Preparing Data for Publication: Generalist and Discipline-specific Repositories - What to Look For

May 13 12:00–12:30 PM
Deeper dive into deciding where to put your data. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Workshop

Preparing Data for Publication: Citing Data

May 14 10:00–10:30 AM
Deeper dive into how to cite data. A zoom link will be provided by email.
Working Group

Public Humanities Working Group

May 14 11:00–12:00 PM
The second and final session in the Spring 2020 Public Humanities Working Group series. Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch to this virtual meeting.