Please join the Digital Humanities initiative for these events in Spring 2022. Also check our calendar for a full schedule including DH workshops offered by the Rutgers Library. Note: please check back for updated information; events may be in-person, remote, or hybrid as pandemic circumstances and university policies dictate. NEH Office of Digital Humanities Virtual Visit Friday, January 28, 12 p.m. (remote) In this virtual workshop, Elizabeth Tran, Senior Program Officer at the National Endowment for the Humanities’s Office of Digital Humanities, will help us better understand which programs at the NEH can support digital humanities projects (and other digital projects), how to write aRead More →

Deadline: March 1, 2022 Award: up to $1,000 (maximum) Funding/Project Period: April 1, 2022–March 31, 2023 Click here to download this CFP as a PDF file. The Rutgers Digital Humanities Initiative (DHI) invites proposals from graduate students in any Rutgers-New Brunswick humanities department or program for seed grants of up to $1,000 to support digital humanities projects in research and/or public outreach. These projects may, but need not, be related to the applicant’s dissertation research. Grants will support projects conducted during the 12 months from the date of award (i.e. April 1, 2022–March 30, 2023). Prospective applicants are strongly encouraged to attend a workshop on formulatingRead More →

[cross-posted with the permission of the organizers] Digital Humanities and Narratives of Science, Technology, and Medicine NeMLA 50th Anniversary Convention in Washington, DC (March 21-24, 2019) This workshop examines how the history of science, technology, and medicine are applied to the digital humanities. Since written, visual, and audio content are getting more dominant in the scholarly discourse, what type of digital resources can enrich our understanding of this field of the humanities? While it can be argued that researching for traditional academic settings and for the digital humanities requires different linguistic codes, genres, and resources, it is true that popularization of scholarly contents relies onRead More →