Articles with keyword "Digital humanities"
Museums are turning away from big exhibitions and toward community.
Invitation to the Keynote Address for Images and Texts in Medical History Workshop at the National Institutes of Health
As part of the Images and Text in Medical History Workshop, we invite you to a keynote address, The Analog Patient: Imagining Medicine at a Distance in the Television Era, by Jeremy Greene, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Medicine and the History of Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University. The keynote will be held in Bethesda, MD, at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on Tuesday, April 12 from 11AM – 12PM.
Beginning in 2011, the NEH Office of Digital Humanities (ODH) began requiring a Data Management Plan (DMP) for the majority of its grant programs. In the past year, NEH has received a number of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to view some or all of the DMPs submitted as a component of successful grant applications since 2011. Due to the high level of interest from scholars and the general public in the DMPs submitted, NEH has bundled the plans in a zip file and is making them available for download via the NEH FOIA Library.
Please join us on Friday, September 25th for the 2015 NEH Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting (hashtag: #ODH2015).
Christopher Columbus likely used world map
An ancient text reveals a wider context for Biblical studies.
The Office of Digital Humanities is pleased to announce 6 awards from our NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program from our September 2014 deadline.
An interview with Mary Flanagan, director of Tiltfactor Lab at Dartmouth and leader of the ODH-funded Metadata Games project, an open-source platform for crowdsourcing cultural heritage.
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.