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Articles with keyword "Digital humanities"


Game Playing

NEH Chairman Bruce Cole and author Steven Johnson discuss how video games challenge the way we think.


Firsthand Accounts

A Web site offers manuscripts, maps, and sketches from early Virginia.

2013 Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities Guidelines Now Available

By Jennifer Serventi

The guidelines for the sixth 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 crop of institutes. This year's application deadline is March 7, 2013. Now is the time to begin preparing an application.

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Travale’s Travails

Educational adventure-game explores Elizabethan Age.

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Humanities and Technology Unite!

By NEH Staff

Program officer Perry Collins will participate in a panel presentation at the Museum of the City of New York (MCNY) on Tuesday, October 2nd, at 6pm.

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Quilty Table

Digital humanities enhances emotional experience of viewing AIDS Quilt

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Shared Horizons: Data, Biomedicine, and the Digital Humanities

By Brett Bobley

I’m very excited to see the announcement go out today for the April, 2013 symposium “Shared Horizons: Data, Biomedicine, and the Digital Humanities.” This symposium, I hope, will make some truly new and valuable connections between the digital humanities and bioinformatics communities.  I’d like to share a bit of background on how the workshop came about.

Announcing 5 New Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (July 2012)

By Jennifer Serventi

The Office of Digital Humanities is happy to announce five new awards from our Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities program from our March 2012 deadline.

CoCensus pilot testing

CoCensus: Engaging with Census Data in the Museum

By Perry Collins

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago are developing a new kind of museum exhibit that allows visitors to learn about their cultural heritage by interacting with census data on a dynamic map display.

JCDL Conference

By NEH Staff

June 12, 2012. Brett Bobley and Jennifer Serventi will be on a panel called "The Digging into Data Challenge: A Roundtable Discussion" at the 2012 JCDL Conference in Washington, DC. Joining us will be staff from NSF, IMLS, JISC, and CLIR as well as three PIs from Digging projects.