Whether you are a seasoned digital humanist or a newcomer curious about digital methods, there is a workshop for you.
Join the CDH and MARBAS for a hybrid symposium on Friday, December 9.
As always, we are here for you with course recommendations at the intersection of data, culture, and the humanities.
CDH Dissertation Prize co-winner Lizabel Mónica *22 analyzed how writers used digital media in publishing their works, but also how digital media influenced authors and Cuban literature.
CDH Dissertation Prize co-winner Kristen Starkowski *21 used social network analysis to learn more about novels by Charles Dickens and Victorian penny serialists.
Lizabel Mónica *22 (Spanish and Portuguese) and Kristen Starkowski *21 (English) are the winners of the 2021 CDH Dissertation Prize.
Data Beyond Vision, which focuses on experimental physical representations of humanities data, is shortlisted in the Information is Beautiful Awards’ “unusual” category!
Ryan joined the CDH as research software engineer last week. Learn more about his work!
Earlier this month, collaborators from the CDH-PGP research partnership celebrated the launch of PGP v. 4 with a virtual roundtable discussion.
Kent is a Princeton Ph.D. alum in Art and Archaeology who is now an assistant professor of art and archaeology at Duke Kunshan University and Duke University.
Aaron joined the CDH in August and is also working with the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning.
We hope to see you this fall virtually and/or in person!