Courses

Crowdsourcing Cultural Heritage

Mia Ridge
British Library

Ben Brumfield

Crowdsourcing projects often make news because they can be incredibly productive, generating millions of lines of text, identifying forgotten faces in historical photographs and even finding new planets. Successful [...]

De/Post/Colonial Digital Humanities

Roopika Risam
Salem State University

micha cárdenas
University of Southern California

"...we must discuss, we must invent..." —Frantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth From Sandra Harding's interventions in postcolonial science studies to Radhika Gajjala's articulation of digital subalternity to [...]

Digital Storytelling

Jarom McDonald
Brigham Young University

When YouTube launched to the public in 2005, the now-ubiquitous red play-button logo contained a simple yet powerful tagline, “Broadcast Yourself.” Inherent in such an imperative is a concept [...]

Humanities Data Curation Praxis

Trevor Muñoz
University of Maryland

Katie Rawson
University of Pennsylvania Libraries

This course is for people who have or are making textured, rich humanities data and want to be able to use, share, and preserve their information. We will take [...]

Humanities Programming

Brandon Walsh
University of Virginia

Wayne Graham
University of Virginia

This course focuses on introducing participants to humanities programming through the creation and use of the Ruby on Rails web application framework. This course will introduce programming and design [...]

Large-Scale Text Analysis with R

Mark Algee-Hewitt
Stanford University

Text mining, the practice of using computational and statistical analysis on large collections of digitized text, is becoming an increasingly important way of extracting meaning from writing. Whether working [...]

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
University of Maryland, College Park
University Information Technology Services
MATRIX: Center for Digital Humanities & Social Sciences