This Saturday, February 27, 2021, Wired! Lab Director Paul Jaskot will deliver the keynote lecture for Toward a More Inclusive Digital Art History, an initiative of Panorama, journal of the Association of Historians of American Art. Jaskot’s lecture, titled “Thinking about Visibility and Invisibility in the Art Historical Canon: The Tensions between Evidence and Data…

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It’s comin’ back around again! The Helsinki Digital Humanities Hackathon #DHH21 dates have been confirmed: 19–28.5.2021. The event will be organized as an online hackathon. As a CLARIN and DARIAH summer school, the event will be truly international welcoming applications from all over Europe. The NewsEye project will also have a strong presence at the hackathon. Read full post here.

For the past four years, the British Library has been researching, collecting and documenting complex digital publications produced in the UK. Born in response to the 2013 UK Non-Print Legal Deposit Regulations, the Emerging Formats project looked at different examples of digital writing, analysed how these can be best preserved and given access to within…

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The public domain is an invaluable component of our culture, allowing for the remixing, reinterpretation, and redistribution of designated works without restriction. On December 17th, we’ll be celebrating the works published in 1925 that will be moving into the public domain when the clock strikes midnight on January 1, 2021. Our virtual celebration is free…

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Students registering for spring courses this week can choose from a wide variety of offerings exploring how digital and computational methods illuminate the humanities. Whether they just want to dip their toes or take the full plunge, this spring’s courses offer dozens of classes from departments and programs that range from Art and Archaeology to…

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UCLDH is proud to announce its support for Programming Historian, by joining their Institutional Partnership Programme. For the past decade, Programming Historian has been an integral part of the digital humanities teaching and learning infrastructure, with more than 140 open access peer-reviewed tutorials published in 4 languages. With many universities around the world still not…

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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…

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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…

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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.