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.
Jon Lamb (Associate Professor of English, University of Kansas) explains why Python, the programming language, is suitable for humanities research and shares an example from his text analysis research on Shakespeare's Othello.
Elspeth Healey, Special Collections Librarian at the Spencer Research Library at the University of Kansas, explains how the Digital Humanities Seminar (co-sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities) provides a forum for c
Whitney Sperrazza, Postdoctoral Researcher in Digital Humanities at the Hall Center for the Humanities, shares how her class on Digital Feminist Archives incorporated digital pedagogy. Students studied, transcribed, and developed digital projects around an early modern text.
The University of Kansas Libraries, along with support from the Institute of Digital Research in the Humanities and other campus sponsors, will host visiting scholar Dr. Paloma Vargas Montes from Tecnológico de Monterrey in Mexico from April 1-14. Dr.
Mariah Crystal, PhD candidate in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at the University of Kansas, on how digital humanities has opened up opportunities for engaging students through digital pedagogy and creating scholarly networks.
In the next few weeks, IDRH will be releasing short videos about our digital humanities initiatives for the KU community. In this first video, Brian Rosenblum, Co-Director of IDRH,speaks about how IDRH supports the KU community in pursuing digital scholarship and digital pedagogy.
"Play and Build: 2D Character Design" Thursday, March 7th 2019, 3-5pm FMS Digital Media Lab, Summerfield 418