The list includes courses that teach computational methods for the study of text, image, and sound; consider the history and politics of digital technologies; and more.
At the start of the 2022–23 academic year, Faculty Director Meredith Martin updates CDH friends on what we’ve been up to—and where we are heading.
Natalia’s promotion to executive director recognizes her outstanding contributions to both the vision and the management of the CDH.
Nobline’s project, “Building a Tool for Chronicling America: Flexibility and Efficiency in Digital Humanities,” won the Independent Work Award at the Center for Statistics and Machine Learning poster session.
CDH Postdoctoral Research Associate Kavita Kulkarni gave a paper on media literacy pedagogy at the recent Digital Humanities 2022 conference.
Startwords Issue 3, “Parrots,” features three leading digital humanities researchers discussing the implications of “Stochastic Parrots” for humanities research employing NLP methods.
Congratulations to recent Ph.D. alums Lizabel Mónica *22 (Spanish and Portuguese) and Kristen Starkowski *21 (English)!
The Big Picture Alliance released a short documentary on PCW’s work installing community-owned and -operated mesh networks in Philadelphia neighborhoods.
Ines Montani, co-founder and CEO of Explosion AI, spoke at the New Languages for NLP: Building Linguistic Diversity in the Digital Humanities Conference in May.
Jessica’s thesis analyzed the complicated relationship between the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (McAAP) in McAlester, Oklahoma, and the community members in McAlester.
Ilia Curto Pelle ’22 presents the main highlights and conclusions from the FLAME Project’s March conference, “Networks in Transition: Monetary Exchange from Antiquity to the Middle Ages.”
Team members and friends of the Princeton Geniza Project recently gathered to recognize the team’s accomplishments.