The Digital Humanities community and Agile software development process both encourage reflection and retrospection, taking time to learn from successes and failures. Here are some of the lessons learned from building "Derrida's Margins" that we're working to carry forward on other projects so that we can do better next time.
December 2018 Updates
In 2011, Safiya Umoja Noble was searching online for a gift for her niece, and Googled “black girls.” She was shocked by the results.
Congratulations to the recipients of 2018 Latin American Seed Grants! Awards were given to faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows from Latin American Studies, History, and the Princeton Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities to support a variety of digital humanities endeavors.
Congratulations to the recipients of Fall 2018 CDH Seed Grants! This semester, awards were given to faculty, graduate students, and staff from English, History, Sociology, the Office of Population Research, and the Princeton University Library to support a variety of endeavors related to digitally-inflected scholarship and inquiry.
Undergrads - are you looking for courses to take in the Spring?