On Wednesday, October 15 at 4:30 Dan Shore will lead a discussion of his precirculated paper, “Milton’s Delayed Adjectives and the History of Style,” drawn from his forthcoming book, Cyberformalism, which (in his words) “explores how searchable digital archives like Google Books, EEBO, and ECCO allow us to study the history of linguistic forms.” 1-N-10 Green Hall (first floor, north wing).
The Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton welcomes Associate Director Jean Bauer
With interest steadily growing in digital and computational methods for research and analysis in the humanities and the social sciences, the Princeton Digital Humanities Initiative will be launching a graduate student caucus this coming Spring semester. The goal of the colloquium will be to create a space for graduate students across all disciplines (humanities, social sciences, and STEM) to share ideas, brainstorm new events and programs, learn new methods, and perhaps even collaborate on projects. A planning session (open to all who are interested) will be held on February 6, at 6:00 in the Humanities Resource Center Classroom, 012 East Pyne.
Princeton University and the Digital Humanities Initiative are looking for a Digital Humanities Center Associate Director to help build a nationally significant faculty research center to support collaborative technology-based projects and develop inter- and trans-disciplinary partnerships. This individual will support the infrastructure and intellectual community of the Digital Humanities, someone who will both inform its vision as well as ensure its effective operation. More information can be found on the Princeton University Human Resources job listing.
Alan Liu has posted the syllabus for a new undergraduate course entitled, close vs. distant reading: http://english197w2014.pbworks.com/w/page/71971433/Schedule