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As readers around the world commemorated the centennial of James Joyce’s Ulysses, the Shakespeare and Company Project team celebrated its own milestones.
This year, you can participate in the national celebration of Frederick Douglass’s chosen birthday of February 14 by transcribing documents from the nineteenth-century Colored Conventions.
Benjamin Lee (University of Washington) will share how his project, Newspaper Navigator, re-imagines how researchers can navigate and analyze the visual content in millions of digitized historic newspaper pages.
This fall, the Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) and Princeton Research Data Service (PRDS) launched The Humanities Data Workshop Series, a six-part series that explores what data means for humanities scholarship.
We are excited to announce our spring 2022 calls for applications. We hope you will join our community!
Princeton faculty, submit a letter of intent explaining how your team would benefit from increased expertise in research software engineering. The deadline is February 1.
This spring, universities across the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium are offering courses on computational methods, multimedia research, and histories and theories of computing, data, and digital media.