Digital Humanities Workshop on Campus, Applications Invited

In May 2019, Binghamton University will hold its first Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI), an intensive four-day boot camp style workshop series that is designed for Binghamton faculty and advanced graduate students who are interested in or curious about the digital humanities, but have little or no prior experience with Digital Humanities (DH) methodologies and approaches. The institute will include seminar-type sessions oriented around critical discussion and hands-on workshops that will introduce the software and tools that are key to DH practices. Sessions will treat topics such as data visualization, text analysis, digital mapping and new platforms for the digital presentation of research. The goal is to foster a dynamic, robust and generative community of DH researchers and teachers at Binghamton University.
The DHRI is currently accepting applications from faculty and advanced graduate students in the humanities. Applications are due on Wednesday, February 20, 2019.
To learn more about the upcoming DHRI and to hear from a panel of fellow faculty members and graduate students about their current work in digital humanities, attend an information session at the Center for Learning and Teaching at noon, Friday, February 1.
Also, visit the Digital Humanities Research Institute website.
To apply, use the DHRI application submission form.
Questions? Contact Nancy Um, professor and department chair of Art History, or Amy Gay, digital scholarship librarian.