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2018 Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities-- Guidelines to Direct an Institute Now Available

By NEH Staff

The guidelines for the next round of the Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (IATDH) program are now available. We’re looking for organizations and institutions interested in leading next year’s group of institutes. This year's application deadline is March 13, 2018.  Now is the time to begin preparing an application to direct an institute.  

Carving of Mayan hieroglyphs

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Texting in Ancient Mayan Hieroglyphs

Scholars are finding ways to communicate electronically in languages that don't use standard alphabets.

A visualization of Voltaire's pen pals.

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Six Degrees of Voltaire: How Computer Code Developed to Study the Enlightenment Is Connected to the Panama Papers

A tool developed to explore the epistolary connections of Enlightenment intellectuals is being used to put twenty-first-century "power players" in hot water.

Announcing 8 Digital Humanities Implementation Grant Awards (August 2016)

By NEH Staff

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce 8 awards from our Digital Humanities Implementation Grant program.

Announcing 4 Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (August 2016)

By NEH Staff

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce three awards from our Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities program.

A still from Hypertext showing Andy van Dam talking with students

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Computers in English Class, Circa 1974

It was the early 1970s and NEH was funding a project using hypertext to teach college students how to read poetry.

A visitor uses the Cleveland Museum of Art's Gallery One touch screen

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Museums in the Age of Social

Museums are turning away from big exhibitions and toward community.

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Invitation to the Keynote Address for Images and Texts in Medical History Workshop at the National Institutes of Health

By NEH Staff

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