This fall, the Center for Digital Humanities welcomed three new team members. Hannah Stamler, Dylan Principi, and Gyoonho Kong join the CDH as part of the Graduate School’s University Administrative Fellowship Program, through which current Princeton graduate students gain work experience throughout the University. Read full post here.

This week, the Center for Digital Humanities launched something new and a little…irregular. Startwords, an online publication, made its debut on Tuesday, and it aims to be anything but commonplace. With an emphasis on exploration and creativity in both content and presentation, Startwords is “a forum for experimental humanities scholarship” that invites a broad audience to think…

Read More

This past summer, in the wake of nationwide protests against police brutality and the murder of George Floyd, the ACH Executive Council published a statement expressing our solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement.  We are committed to strengthening our anti-racist practices in Association governance, in the activities that we sponsor—such as the ACH Conference—and through the…

Read More

VIS 2020 will be the year’s premier forum for advances in theory, methods, and applications of visualization and visual analytics. The conference will convene an international community of researchers and practitioners from universities, government, and industry to exchange recent findings on the design and use of visualization tools. Read full post here.

There was an exciting announcement today about a fall series of webinars that are being scheduled among a group of the major Data Science institutes at key research institutes — UC Berkeley, University of Michigan, Stanford, Rice University, University of Washington and NYU. Read full post here.

As students dig back into their research this fall, we are happy to introduce this year’s student prize winners. Their projects, which combine humanistic inquiry and digital tools in intriguing ways, are sure to provide inspiration to anyone curious about the digital humanities. This week, meet 2020 undergraduate thesis prize winner Alice Xue ’20, whose…

Read More