The Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) is an interdisciplinary research center and academic unit within the Princeton University Library. While the global digital humanities community is constantly defining and redefining itself, at CDH we embrace an inclusive understanding of DH that respects and investigates the myriad ways digital methods and technologies are opening new avenues for research into the human experience, past and present.The CDH research team serves as a hub for expertise in digital methods, tools, and best practices that allow scholars to analyze traditional and unconventional source bases to discover and share new insights.
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The Center for Digital Humanities invites proposals from members of the Princeton faculty, Princeton post-doctoral fellows, and Princeton graduate students for seed grants to support individual or collaborative research projects. Application Deadline: October 14th, 2016. The Center offers seed grants … Continue reading
An update from Harriet Calver. ABC Books is a digital archive of over fifty rare and historical children’s alphabet books, available to view page-by-page. The project is primarily pedagogical in nature. Linked to the English Department’s ‘Children’s Literature’ course, it … Continue reading
A post by Colette Johnson. When the Princeton Prosody Archive received its original data from the HathiTrust Digital Library, this data included over three hundred entries attributed to Samuel Johnson. Such a high volume of entries (not to mention the … Continue reading
An update from Natalie Berkman. The last time I wrote, I had just begun to learn how to program in Python, creating a simple programmed version of Raymond Queneau’s Cent mille milliards de poèmes for my Annex 3. This program, … Continue reading
Our workshop on Digital Rights, Open Access, and Intellectual Property generated some valuable stories, use cases, strategies, and questions. As expected, knowledge workers are struggling to keep up with the constantly shifting terrain of copyright and fair use, especially when … Continue reading