The Public Digital Humanities: An Institute for Academic/Community Collaborations


Lawrence, KS



June 6-11, 2022



The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas will offer training in the public digital humanities. In order to focus on the under-resourced nexus of the digital humanities and public humanities, and in order to provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity for academics and their community partners to receive training together, we will invite participants to attend in teams of two. We will host up to 12 teams and 24 participants representing a collaborative digital humanities project between the community and the academy. We will provide foundational knowledge, skills, and resources to successfully advance their public humanities projects, increasing the projects’ longevity, visibility, and impact.

Funding Information: Details about the grant.

Project Director(s)

Brian Rosenblum, David Tell