Applications submitted by April 10 will receive priority.
Former CDH Undergraduate Communications Assistant Matthew Choi Taitano ’20 is pursuing an M.A. in English and a Graduate Certificate in Digital Humanities at Northeastern University.
Media coverage of ChatGPT presents an opportunity for all of us to commit to better understanding the methods and technologies that impact our daily lives.
We hope to see you in Firestone Library A-6-F on February 14 from noon until 3 p.m.!
Learn more about CDH grants and fellowships at our February 15 information session!
Do you want to advance humanistic research through software? Consider applying to join the CDH and Princeton Research Computing as our new RSE.
We’ve made a list of relevant courses for Spring 2023 offered throughout the Inter-University Doctoral Consortium (IUDC).
Last week, the Center for Digital Humanities brought together scholars from across Princeton University for the inaugural Humanities + Data Science Institute.
Kurt Lemai ’25 participated in the recent symposium, presenting as part of a panel called “Reading an Unreadable Sermon: AI Text Recognition in the Early Colonial Period.”