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Articles with keyword "Partnerships"

Documenting Endangered Languages Fellowships 2018

By NEH Staff

The Documenting Endangered Languages (DEL) program is an interdisciplinary partnership between the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to develop and advance knowledge concerning endangered human languages, made urgent by the imminent death of roughly half of the approximately 7,000 currently used languages.

Announcing 6 NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program Awards

By Jason Rhody

The Office of Digital Humanities is pleased to announce 6 awards from our NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program from our September 2014 deadline.

Announcing 4 NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program Awards

By Jason Rhody

The Office of Digital Humanities is pleased to announce 4 awards from our NEH/DFG Bilateral Digital Humanities Program from our September 2012 deadline.  Each project represents a collaborative effort between at least one partner based in the United States and one partner based in Germany. Congratulations to all the awardees!

NEH and DFG Announce 5 New Awards in their Bi-Lateral Digital Humanities Program (July 2011)

By Brett Bobley

The Office of Digital Humanities and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) are happy to announce five new awards from the DFG/NEH Bi-Lateral Digital Humanities program.

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.”

Using New Technologies to Explore Cultural Heritage

By Brett Bobley

On October 5, 2007, the NEH and Italy’s Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) held the first of two planned conferences to bring together U.S. and Italian digital humanities scholars. The first conference, "Using New Technologies to Explore Cultural Heritage," focused on the use of digital tools to preserve and study cultural heritage and took place Oct. 5, 2007, in Washington, D.C.