Digital Humanities Graduate Student Caucus

With interest steadily growing in digital and computational methods for research and analysis in the humanities and the social sciences, the Princeton Digital Humanities Initiative will be launching a graduate student caucus this coming Spring semester. The goal of the colloquium will be to create a space for graduate students across all disciplines (humanities, social sciences, and STEM) to share ideas, brainstorm new events and programs, learn new methods, and perhaps even collaborate on projects. A planning session (open to all who are interested) will be held on February 6, at 6:00 in the Humanities Resource Center Classroom, 012 East Pyne.

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