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Videos of 2015 Digital Humanities Start-Up Grantees

January 4, 2016 | By Ann Sneesby-Koch

We are very pleased to present the videos from the 2015 Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting, which was held September 25, 2015 at NEH headquarters at the Constitution Center in Washington, DC.  This meeting convened the top researchers in the digital humanities from across the United States, who shared their projects in short, three-minute lightning round presentations.  Enjoy these videos from project directors of NEH's Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants.

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MassMine: Collecting and Archiving Big Data for Social Media Humanities Researchers, Sidney Dobrin, University of Florida

Notoriously Toxic: Understanding the Language and Costs of Hate and Harassment in Online Games, Ben Miller, Georgia State University

3D Saqqara: Reconstructing Landscape and Meaning at an Ancient Egyptian Site, Elaine Sullivan, University of California, Santa Cruz

Digital Humanities for Lifelong Learners, Evie Kintzer, WGBH Educational Foundation

Onondaga Lake: Finding a Restorative Center in Digital Space, Rachel May, Syracuse University

Building and Broadening the Digital Humanities Through a Regional Network, Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University

Automatic Music Performance Analysis and Comparison Toolkit (AMPACT), Johanna Devaney, Ohio State University

Comparative Ethnobiology in Mesoamerica: A Digital Portal for Collaborative Research and Public Dissemination, Jonathan Amith, Gettysburg College

The sx:archipelagos Project, Alex Gil & Kaiama L. Glover, Small Axe, Inc.

Poemage Prototype, Katharine Coles, University of Utah

Easing Entry and Improving Access to Computer-Assisted Text Analysis for the Humanities, Mark LeBlanc, Wheaton College

DH Box: A Digital Humanities Laboratory in the Cloud, Matthew Gold, Patrick Smyth, & Stephen Zweibel Graduate Center, CUNY

Discovery and Documentation of At-Risk Built Heritage, Seth Wachtel, University of San Francisco

Deep Mapping the Reducción: Building a Platform for Spatial Humanities Collaboration on the General Resettlement of Indians, Steven Wernke, Vanderbilt University

Cohorts of Women in Biographical Collections, Worthy Martin, University of Virginia

Freedom on the Move: A Crowdsourced, Comprehensive Database of North American Runaway Slave Advertisements, Edward Baptist, Cornell University

MuSO: Aggregation and Peer Review in Music, Timothy Duguid, Texas A&M University, College Station