The series aims to expand natural language processing (NLP) resources to low-resource and historical languages.
Visualizing the Virus, co-sponsored by the CDH, is an interdisciplinary digital project through which one can visualize and understand the Coronavirus pandemic from a variety of perspectives.
Lauren created a digital ethnography about urban Philadelphia neighborhoods and health crises.
Ara Eagan ’21 reflects on two years as Undergraduate Communications Assistant at the CDH.
Reflections on a major milestone in the Princeton Geniza Project research partnership, including some of the challenges and preliminary insights from migrating the metadata into a relational database.
Masha’s project uncovered connections between surveillance technologies and health data.
The series of roundtable discussions, held in April, built on the work of the Scribes of the Cairo Geniza crowdsourcing project.
Toward the end of the 2020–21 academic year, we held the final event in our Privacy Initiative @ the CDH series.
We checked in Hannah Stamler, a PhD candidate in History who was instrumental in organizing and leading the How We Work series, which engaged with the changing structures, expectations, and possibilities of university work.
Three members of the Class of 2021 earned recognition for their work in the interdisciplinary area between computer science and the humanities.
The Humanities Computing Curriculum Committee (HC3) seeks to hire a scholar and educator to grow a pathbreaking curriculum development initiative to integrate humanistic methods with computer and data science.
CDH Faculty Director Meredith Martin, associate professor of English, has been awarded the 2021 Graduate Mentoring Award from Princeton’s McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning.