When Digital Humanists around the world celebrated centerNet’s Day of DH 2020 on April 29, the Center for Digital Humanities did our part to spread the (virtual) DH enthusiasm.
April 2020 Updates
The CDH is still open, working together while hunkered down at home. We can be contacted via email (email@example.com) or our consult form. Reach out if you're looking for input on a project, thinking about the coming academic year, or just want to talk.
Join us at 2 pm EDT on April 29 for a Zoom hangout, co-hosted by CDH and our friends at Haverford, Rutgers, and Swarthmore, to recognize Day of DH, an international celebration of the work digital humanists do.
We are very excited to announce that Sierra Eckert will be joining us next year as the new Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Perkins Fellow in the Council of the Humanities! Sierra joins us from the Columbia Department of English and Comparative Literature, where she is finishing her dissertation, The Research Aesthetic: Information and the Form of the Victorian Novel. Stay tuned for a full announcement in the months to come. We're all looking forward to collaborating with her soon!
Editor's Note: The deadline for the 2019 CDH Dissertation Prize has been extended to May 4, 2020.
Hello there! My name is Kevin, and I'll be working for the CDH and Princeton University Libraries as a research software developer.
From left, Perkins Postdoctoral Fellow Jim Casey and CDH University Administrative Fellows Elena M'Bouroukounda and Julia Grummitt pose with a birthday cake during Princeton's Douglass Day event. Born into slavery, Frederick Douglass did not know his birthday, so he chose February 14 to celebrate.