Data Fellows learn about the analytical and technological practices of working with humanities data.
The new collaboration is intended to support scholars interested in learning the analytical and technological practices of working with humanities data that aligns with the mission of Princeton’s Seeger Center.
Jessica Lambert ’22 won this year’s prize, with Charlotte Root ’22 earning an honorable mention.
Jeffrey Himpele (Anthropology) and Lara Buchak (Philosophy) will collaborate with the CDH on projects examining Princeton’s Lenapehoking history and risk and game theory, respectively.
The Working Group connects students and researchers from a variety of interests and disciplines, with the goal of exploring research questions and case studies in machine learning applied to the humanities.
The prizes recognize exceptional student work with a digital humanities component.
Participants from the New Languages for NLP Institute will share results, challenges and lessons learned while training NLP models for under-resourced languages.
Megan Lavengood (George Mason University) joined the Musicology Colloquium to unpack how specific combinations of musical characteristics can be combined to cue associations of winter within video game music.
CDH Faculty Director Meredith Martin responds to Emily M. Bender’s presentation on the co-authored paper “AI and the Everything in the Whole Wide World Benchmark” at a recent Rutgers-ANU Data Ontologies workshop.
4.3.1 versions for 1000+ years: the oldest-living geniza database tells all!
It's that time of the year! The flowers are blooming, Fall 2022 registration is here, and the CDH has some course recommendations for you—including "Introduction to Digital Humanities" (HUM 346) taught by our …
The bitKlavier is a digital musical instrument that uses a variety of software tools that respond to how the player plays. This means that every time the bitKlavier is played, the sound is different.