May 2021 Updates
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.
Four CDH-affiliated groups represent a broad range of languages and geographies: the Slavic DH Working Group, the East Asian DH Working Group, the South Asia DH Working Group, and the Indigenous Studies DH Working Group.
CDH Data Fellows become affiliates of the CDH during the 12-month course of the program, attending an orientation session and participating in quarterly formal data reviews with CDH staff and selected campus partners.
Three Princeton PhD students—Akrish Adhikari (G3, French and Italian), Gyoonho Kong (G4, German), and Daniel Persia (G1, Spanish and Portuguese)—have been chosen as Humanities Data Teaching Fellows.