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CDH Co-Hosts Day of DH Hangout

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.

While our offices may be closed...

The CDH is still open, working together while hunkered down at home. We can be contacted via email (dhi-info@princeton.edu) or our consult form. Reach out if you're looking for input on a project, thinking about the coming a…

April 29 is Day of DH!

Join us at 2 pm EDT on April 29 for a Zoom hangout, co-hosted by CDH and our friends at Haverford, Rutgers, and Swarthmore, to recognize Day of DH, an international celebration of the work digital humanists do.

Our New Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Perkins Fellow!

We are very excited to announce that Sierra Eckert will be joining us next year as the new Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Perkins Fellow in the Council of the Humanities! Sierra joins us from the Columbia Department of Engl…

Linked Data More Than a Millennium Old

Organizing and comparing more than 12,000 pages of text written by dynasties separated by one hundred and fifty years is no easy task. But this is exactly what Professor Anna Shields in Princeton's East Asian Studies (EAS) d…

Coding with Unknowns

A deeper dive into a bit of the code behind the Shakespeare and Company Project to explore how we might represent ambiguity in code when a machine requires certainty.
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