University of Washington Links
Programs tagged with 'digital humanities'
Demystifying the Digital Humanities is a new series of six workshops, funded for the first time by the Simpson Center and the UW Textual Studies program, presenting a guided introduction to the points of intersection between traditional and digital humanities (DH)...
This five-week pilot program in 2011 joined UW faculty, staff, and graduate students in an intensive effort to foster sustainable digital scholarship and interoperable communities of digital practice on campus. In workshops and seminars, DRSI fellows engaged in reimagining the forms and functions of research, peer review, and scholarly communication in the humanities.
The Simpson Center offers annual summer fellowships for faculty and doctoral students to pursue research projects that use digital technologies in innovative and intensive ways and/or explore the historical, social, aesthetic, and cross-cultural implications of digital cultures.
This one-day symposium looks at artistic, archival, and activist projects that move from the digital to the analog, from embodied performance to notation.
Lake Union Laboratory: Curating Collaborative Urban Research in the Digital Realm supports a cross-disciplinary team exploring the potential for digital platforms and tools to generate new transdisciplinary knowledges in and of ur
Teaching with Technology brings together graduate teaching assistants from various departments to discuss and develop technology-based teaching tools and lessons.
Space, Movement, and Translation brings together a diverse group of graduate students from different disciplines and backgrounds interested in novel ways of representing historical movement, space, and translation in scholarship.
Histories and Futures of Publication is an interdisciplinary lecture and colloquium series in manuscript, print, and digital cultures.
Amazon's dominance of the book-publishing industry and relentless focus on customer service may herald a new era in American fiction.
The research cluster Affect & Audience in the Digital Age brings a distinctly collaborative approach for rethinking poetry in the digital era.
This conference and the ensuing publication in Modern Language Quarterly will present work by leading scholars whose use of digital texts or quantitative methods is clarifying the relationship between literary scale and value and yielding new insights into the literary history of the last three centuries.
The Simpson Center has nominated ten graduate students to serve as HASTAC Scholars for the 2014-15 academic year, based on their advancement of digital scholarship at the UW.