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.
The cohort of three graduate students developed modules for the undergraduate course, Introduction to Data Science.
The issue includes four pieces that emerged from this spring’s Crowdsourcing and the Humanities conference.
Undergraduate students describe their experiences as summer interns for the Shakespeare and Company Project.
Be sure to check out the two DH courses taught by the CDH’s very own Emily McGinn and Sierra Eckert.
We asked Richard Cheng ’24 about his experiences working with the Princeton Geniza Project, the CDH’s current research partnership.
Amina Elgamel ’22 told us about her work developing last year’s Design for Good course.
Caterina joined the CDH as Project Manager after earning her Ph.D. in Italian from Rutgers University.
Use your Wintersession to learn, practice, and polish your DH skills!
Applicants will be considered at all academic ranks in all areas of the humanities, social sciences, sciences, and engineering.
Emily joined the Center for Digital Humanities earlier this fall as HC3 Curriculum Specialist.
The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 27 at 12:30 pm. Please join us in person or on Zoom! Registration is required.