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What is DH?
Digital Humanities is the future of our cultural heritage. The ways in which we archive, search, and access the records of the past are being transformed in the Information Age. Digital Humanities is the interdisciplinary field that seeks both to shape these transformations and to study their effects.
November 12, 2013 - 11:49am
Paul McLean entertained a packed house Friday afternoon with his talk on personal lending networks in Renaissance Florence. In addition to McLean's dynamic presentation, audience members were wowed by his intimate knowledge of Florentine history and current trends in social network analysis.
October 20, 2013 - 11:34am
Ted Underwood delivered a fantastic talk in which he addressed this very question. In his lecture, Underwood outlined the challenges and opportunities presented by new computational methods such as probabilistic topic modeling, one of the hottest trends in computational text analysis.
October 20, 2013 - 10:29am
In an effort to further promote innovative approaches to digital scholarship and teaching, the Department of English launched the Digital Learning Initiative (DLI) this fall. The working group consists of students and faculty who collaborate on projects and share ideas about how advances in digital technologies can transform their research and teaching.