Beginning in the Fall semester of 2020, we took our Digital Humanities Lunch Series online! The DigiTalks series features guest digital humanists in conversation about digital work in academia, public service, and industry.

Digital Humanities Lunches

Casual, afternoon presentations from local DH researchers spark new interdisciplinary connections and foster emerging and ongoing research within the university’s growing digital humanities community. This year’s programming seeks to grow that community beyond our campus to include DH innovators at other regional institutions. more »

Digital Humanities Community

A calendar of lecture, seminar, and conference announcements compiled to inform the larger digital humanities community about upcoming events. more »

2016 Conference

In April 2016, we held our first conference, Hard Coded Humanities, exploring and challenging notions of “hardware” and “software” in contemporary digital scholarship. Find out more at the conference website.