Nine institutes and one joint conference for humanities scholars, hosted by three different high-performance computer centers: the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, and the San Diego Supercomputer Center.
Humanities High Performance Computing Collaboratory (HpC): Coordinating High Performance Computing Institutes and the Digital
Held at the Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center, San Diego Supercomputer Center, and the National Center for Super Computing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Held at the University of Southern California's Institute for Multimedia Literacy.
A four-week summer institute to investigate scholarly research methods in the digital age, to include thematic discussion seminars and hands-on workshops in collaboration with technologists.
Held at University of California, Santa Barbara, University of Maryland, and University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
A series of workshops for humanities faculty and graduate students to explore advanced uses of digital text encoding as an essential method in humanities scholarship.
Held at the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
The institute and conference were hosted at the University of Denver's C3 studios.
A series of three workshops held over 18 months for twenty humanities faculty and advanced graduate students on the use of digital media in scholarship and teaching.
Institutes were hosted at the University of Virginia. A final meeting was held at the headquarters of the Modern Language Association in New York, NY.
A two-year series of summer workshops engaging scholars and institutional administrators in concerns relating to peer review and evaluation of digital scholarship in the humanities.
Broadening the Digital Humanities: The Vectors-CTS Summer Institute on Digital Approaches to American Studies
Held at the University of Southern California.
Held online and at the SUNY Global Center in New York, NY.
A three-year institute for 60 humanities scholars and staff that included three-day workshops, online discussion, and a capstone conference on developing international team-taught courses in the humanities.
Held at the Scholar's Lab, University of Virginia Library.
The creation of two institutes, aimed at scholars, librarians, museum officials, and advanced graduate students, to explore how geospatial technologies like Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be used for teaching, learning, and research in the humanities.
Held at UCLA's Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (NSF Math Institute).
A ten-day workshop for humanities faculty members and advanced graduate students on the use of large-scale network analysis for humanities topics and questions.