April 2019 Updates

Archives, Data, and the Digital

How do we ethically engage with physical (print) archives in the twenty first century? How do we access, create, and maintain archives for global change? In short, how do we build transcontinental bridges across cultures and institutions through a shared interest in archival data?

Meet our Dataset Curation Grant Winners 2019-2020

Each year, the CDH awards several Dataset Curation Grants to Princeton researchers who are experimenting with humanities data. These grants provide training in the tools and techniques of data curation as well as funding to cover project costs and salaries for student collaborators. We are excited to announce our grantees for the 2019-20 academic year. Their projects express in different ways how new forms of argument, interpretation, and description can emerge from making, using, and maintaining data in the humanities.

Princeton’s Digital Humanists Introduce “Unsolved Data Problems” to Data and Computer Scientists

What computational challenges can a historian of the medieval Middle East, a scholar of Victorian poetry, and an experimental musician pose to a room of computer and data scientists? On March 13, three members of Princeton’s humanities faculty presented their landmark digital humanities projects in a panel discussion called “Unsolved Data Problems.”

Building Bridges with Data

How do we ethically engage with physical (print) archives in the 21st century? How do we access, create, and maintain archives for global change? In short, how do we build transcontinental bridges across cultures and institutions through a shared interest in archival data?       
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