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What we do

Creating a flourishing environment for innovative exploration at the intersection of digital technology and humanities research


The IDRH hosts free workshops to provide faculty, staff, and graduate students hands-on introductions to digital tools and practices in order to help you manage your data, analyze text, work collaborative over long term projects, create digital editions, fund projects, and publish and disseminate your results.

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Specialists at the IDRH are available for one-on-one research consultations by appointment.

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Our Programs

Reading Group: Diversifying the Digital Humanities

Reading Group

Join us in discussing current issues in the digital humanities. Each reading session is centered on on one book or topic. All are welcome to attend, including those outside of KU. Stay tuned for all upcoming reading groups by subscribing to our monthly newsletter or by following us on twitter.
The Hall Center for the Humanities

DH Seminar

The Digital Humanities Seminar, co-sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities, provides a forum for the sharing and discussion of new digitally-enabled humanities research efforts, with a specific focus on what digital humanities tools and practices can do for a range of humanistic research.
Audience at the 2018 DH Forum

DH Forum

The Digital Humanities Forum brings together all KU campus and beyond to celebrate and explore digital scholarship as a diverse and growing field of humanist inquiry.

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