The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas has announced the newly selected fellows for the 2021-2022 Digital Humanities fellows program. The Digital Humanities Fellows are a cohort of faculty members, staff, and graduate students from across the university committed to thinking and working together for an academic year.
Join visiting scholars Heather Bamford (George Washington University) and Emily Francomano (Georgetown University) for coffee, pastries, and informal conversation about the Digital Humanities.
IDRH is excited to participate in the Hall Center for the Humanities 2nd annual Haunting Humanities: Disciplines in the Dark, a free evening of immersive presentations featuring spooky stories and legends.
Recovering Cavendish Transcribe-A-Thon
Come learn the ins-and-out of digital humanities grant opportunities with this free luncheon workshop for KU faculty. Whether you’re just dipping your toe into the digital humanities funding stream or have plunged into the DH deep end a few times before, this workshop provides something for ever
IDRH is pleased to announce the return of our Digital Humanities Seed Grants programs.
Join us Tuesday, September 3, 3:00pm - 5:00pm in Watson 302 to kick off the semester with studio warming party in the new DH Studio. We will have refreshments, a preview of Fall 2019 events, initiatives and IDRH news, and let you know about opportunities to get involved.
The HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) Scholars Program gives undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to develop their Digital Humanities interests and showcase t
Dr. Omaris Zamora's class on Latinx Lit + Performance is hosting a Latinx Digital Studies Symposium to showcase final projects on Tuesday, April 30th from 4pm to 6pm in Watson Library 455.