Digital Humanities Initiative Featured in Daily Prince

"In a new initiative, University faculty and staff are working together to encourage the development of digital tools in the study of the humanities. The Digital Humanities Initiative at Princeton is a project to bring together members of the University community who are working to explore how digital tools may be used to aid humanistic scholars. The initiative was created to address an organizational obstacle that English professor Meredith Martin encountered while working on a personal project — the Princeton Prosody Archive, a database of digitized records of poetry that preserves various unique typographies and characters..."

Initiative seeks to use digital tools in humanities disciplines

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