This summer, the CDH is sponsoring Swanson, one of dozens of research associates working on the Lab’s new initiative: the Pandemic Portal.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 CDH Senior Thesis Prize and 2019 CDH Dissertation Prize!
The Colored Conventions Project (CCP) illuminates the relationship between historical and contemporary movements for racial justice.
CDH Dataset Curation Grants familiarize recipients with the analytical and technological practices of working with humanities data.
Seed Grants are awarded twice a year and support early-stage projects that have the potential to develop into CDH collaborations. Funds can also be used to organize new campus-wide initiatives.
The staff at the Center for Digital Humanities stands with the Movement for Black Lives in dismantling the institutions that uphold systemic racism. We are committed to bringing hidden systems to light, to empowering and supporting research that works toward social justice. We ourselves re-commit to self-examination, self-education, and self-critique in a world where whiteness upholds both economic and informational power structures.
We caught up with Jianing Zhao '20 to hear more about her experiences in DH at Princeton.
Last Thursday, I completed the steps to deploy the 1.0 release of the Shakespeare and Company Project, updated the site index, and checked that things looked OK. It felt momentous, but I wasn't up to tweeting about it (other than a joke about how quickly I would need a hotfix). I'm grateful to my colleague Rebecca Munson for her twitter thread talking about this moment. I also felt emotional, but in ways that made it difficult for me to want to tweet about it.
Summer Fellows in DH receive a $500 stipend to support small-scale projects (or components of larger projects) that engage DH approaches, tools, or methodologies.
Even with in-person commencement activities canceled, the staff at the Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) is gearing up to celebrate Princeton’s undergraduate class of 2020.
The Project’s newest features, available on May 15, facilitate engagement with the lending library’s holdings. Users can track how often and when a book circulated among lending library members, and see which books circulated the most.
When Digital Humanists around the world celebrated centerNet’s Day of DH 2020 on April 29, the Center for Digital Humanities did our part to spread the (virtual) DH enthusiasm.