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NEH Awards Cooperative Agreement to Virginia Tech for “Images and Texts in Medical History” Workshop to be hosted at the US National Library of Medicine

The Office of Digital Humanities is pleased to announce the award for a cooperative agreement to fund the workshop, Images and Texts in Medical History: An Introduction to Methods, Tools, and Data from the Digital Humanities. The project is a collaborative effort among the NEH, Virginia Tech, the US National Library of Medicine, and the Wellcome Library. Virginia Tech historian E. Thomas Ewing will direct the workshop. 

Back of Napoleon


Digital Boot Camp for Military Historians

Historians release their inner computer geek.

World map in the Western Syriac script


Wherever Syriac Is spoken

Gazetteer provides lay of the land

Constitution Center Building

2014 NEH Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting--Open to the Public

Please join us on September 15th for the 2014 NEH Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting (hashtag: #ODH2014). 

NEH/DFG 2014 Bilateral Digital Humanities Program

The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) is pleased to continue our cooperative efforts with the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) in funding projects through the Bilateral Digital Humanities Program.

Hamlet pondering Yorick's skull


To Be or Not to Be

In a digital archive of Hamlet quartos, classic Shakespearean words come and go.

Photo of Scott Russell

In Focus

Scott Russell of the Northern Mariana Islands

Scott Russell balances the interests of locals and newcomers in the Northern Mariana Islands.

Train crossing bridge


Wishing You Were Here

Collection of vintage postcards leaves its stamp.

ODH in the News

Several projects funded by NEH's Office of Digital Humanities have been featured in the news recently.  Some highlights include articles on acoustic modeling of John Donne's sermons, mapping "infectious texts" from historic newspapers, the history of disease in a cross-cultural and geographically diverse set of mummies, and a profile of digital approaches to the 18th century "Republic of Letters."

A depiction by Achille Devaria of Voltaire greeting  Ben Franklin and his nephew


Mapping the Republic of Letters

Using modern technology to understand a network of eighteenth-century thinkers.