The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 27 at 12:30 pm. Please join us in person or on Zoom! Registration is required.
The annual event offers Princeton researchers the opportunity to present work with the potential for commercial or societal impact.
Two co-authors of the much discussed “Stochastic Parrots” paper will be in conversation with three leading DH scholars on October 26 at 4:30 pm. We hope you will join us virtually!
CDH staff and affiliates presented a new search engine concept and shared their work in multilingual digital humanities.
Fast Company named the Project a finalist in the learning category of the 2021 Innovation by Design Awards.
This fall’s events include a talk and short film screening, a roundtable, and three workshops.
The workshop series will explore what “data” means in the context of humanities scholarship and provide an introduction to key techniques and analytical considerations.
This fall, we are back in our office on the B Floor of Firestone Library. In our yearly fall letter, CDH Faculty Director Meredith Martin shares what we’ve been working on—and what we’re looking forward to.
Freshman Scholars Institute students learn about media literacy, data, and power in HUM295.
Today is DH Developer Nick Budak’s last day at the CDH. We will miss you, Nick!
Alan Ding ’22, NLP+Humanities Fellow at the CDH, implemented a neural network to predict the pronunciation of Old Chinese characters.
A team of four undergraduates helped with metadata work essential for the Princeton Prosody Archive's new features, while undertaking independent research projects that advanced the PPA in a unique way.