Thanks to a recent grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the Center for Digital Humanities will play a critical role in diversifying the digital humanities’ linguistic landscape worldwide.
More formal than a blog yet more speculative and iterative than a peer-reviewed journal, "Startwords" is a forum for experimental humanities scholarship.
As we observe Indigenous Peoples’ Day this week in many places in the United States, we are taking this week’s issue of the CDH newsletter to highlight Indigenous work and activism in and about Digital Humanities.
The PPA, a CDH-sponsored project, received an honorable mention in the Learning category of Fast Company’s 2020 Innovation by Design Awards.
Several recent CDH graduate alumni have pursued a career in libraries—a path they say has important continuities with their work in graduate school.
Applications are open for Graduate Fellowships, University Administrative Fellowships, and seed grants.
Led by CDH Lead Developer Rebecca Sutton Koeser, an ACH Executive Council working group offers practical steps and resources to learn more.
Proposals for articles are due December 15, 2020, and should be fewer than 400 words in length.
Alice Xue ’20 won the 2020 CDH Senior Thesis Prize for her project: "Can a Machine Originate Art? Creating Traditional Chinese Landscape Paintings Using Artificial Intelligence."
Sierra Eckert joined the CDH as postdoctoral research associate and Perkins Fellow soon after defending her dissertation in the Department of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University.
Kavita Kulkarni joins the CDH as postdoctoral research associate and American Council of Learned Societies Emerging Voices Fellow.
This academic year, we invite you to connect and collaborate with us as we confront the challenging times we are living in.