Introduction to the Digital Humanities

Friday, March 5, 2021 1:00pm to 2:00pm

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Digital humanities is a diverse and emerging field at the intersection of digital technology and humanistic inquiry. Collaborative and interdisciplinary, the digital humanities is not only concerned with using digital technologies for humanities projects, but critically examining new media and technology’s impact on humanities studies. 

DH is more a methodological approach than a set of practices, but digital research practices often include building digital collections, mapping, text and data mining, data visualization, AR/VR, and digital editions. 


This workshop will give an introduction to the digital humanities and approaches to digital scholarship. Attendees will be able to:


  • Recognize the wide landscape of digital humanities research and practices 
  • Identify candidate research questions for DH approaches 
  • Evaluate ethics and techniques of DH research 
  • Apply DH methods and practices in their teaching or in their research and/or projects  


This virtual workshop is open to all. Hosted by The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities.




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