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Articles with keyword "Digital humanities"

Announcing a New Grant Program: Digital Humanities Implementation Grants

By Brett Bobley

On Wednesday, June 22, at the Digital Humanities 2011 conference at Stanford University, the ODH officially announced our new grant program, Digital Humanities Implementation Grants (or DHIG, for short).

photo of metal maze, inscribed with philosopher names and branches of philosophy


A Homepage for Philosophy

A free online encyclopedia written and edited by experts.

Lev Manovich in front of the HIPerSpace.


Graphing Culture

Lev Manovich uses supercomputing to see the big picture.

NEH Announces 22 New Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants (April 2011)

By Brett Bobley

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce twenty-two new awards from our Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant program from our October 5, 2010 deadline.

Is Computational Linguistics the New Computer Science for the Humanities?

By Brett Bobley

A few months ago, Harvard’s J.B. Michel and Erez Lieberman-Aiden, along with colleagues from Google and elsewhere, made quite a splash with their cover article in Science on “Quantitative Analysis of Culture Using Millions of Digitized Books.”

Updates & Changes to ODH Grant Programs

By Jason Rhody

[updated June 23, 2011]

What is Digital Humanities?

By Brett Bobley

“What is ‘Digital Humanities’?” That’s a question I still get asked all the time.

Videos of 2010 DH Start-Up Grant Lightning Round Presentations

By Brett Bobley

On September 28, 2010, the NEH hosted the fourth annual Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant Project Directors Meeting.

Sign Up for NEH-Funded "Institute for Globally Networked Learning in the Humanities"

By Jennifer Serventi

With funding from the NEH program Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities, in the fall 2011 SUNY’s Center for Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) will be hosting a series of workshops for teams of humanities faculty and administrators on methods and approaches to creating internationally-connected humanities courses that use digital technology to bring together students and teachers across international classrooms.