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Articles with keyword "Digital humanities"

NITLE Summit

By Brett Bobley

April 15-16, 2012. ODH's Brett Bobley will be representing the NEH at the NITLE Summit Meeting.

Woman on Phone


Take My Husband, Please

Wife finds her husband practices both medicine and burglary.

Announcing 22 New Start-Up Grant Awards (March 2012)

By Brett Bobley

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce 22 new awards from our Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant program from our September, 2011 deadline. These awards are part of a larger slate of 208 grants announced by the NEH.

San Francisco in the early 1900s


Impertinent Questions

Newspaper Contest in 1908 asked "When Is It Time to Go Home?"

Statue of Emperor Augustus


Latin Goes Live

The Perseus Digital Library breathes new life into a "dead" language.

Helen Clay Frick standing, wearing black trench coat, in Belgium.


All the Art

The records division at the Frick continues working toward the great goal of its founder.

Getting Started in the Digital Humanities

By Jason Rhody

If you're interested in ways to get involved with the digital humanities, Lisa Spiro posted a comprehensive list of options, opportunities, and outlets that can help you do so.

NEH Sponsors Berlin 9 Conference on Open Access

By Brett Bobley

I'm very proud to announce that the NEH has just awarded a small grant to the Association of Research Libraries, the local sponsors of the 2011 Berlin 9 Conference on Open Access to Knowledge in the Sciences and Humanities.

NEH Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting – Open to Public

By Jason Rhody

Come learn about developing mobile app platforms for history, capturing dance notation using an iPad, using gaming technology to teach the history of medicine, or applying crowdsourcing to culinary history … all in just two minutes.

Photo of Father Roberto Busa next to mainframe computer

Roberto Busa (November 13, 1913 - August 9, 2011)

By Brett Bobley

I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the passing of Father Roberto Busa, one of the most influential figures in the digital humanities.