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Digital Humanities

Scholars in history, classics, literature, and other humanities disciplines have been creating and curating digital content for decades. Their efforts have focused on encoding schemes, semantic analysis, and providing rich collections of primary source materials. In more recent years, some digital humanities scholars have employed data-intensive e-research methodologies. CNI has worked with partners since its founding to ensure that attention is paid to the needs of researchers in digital humanities and has made the work of many digital humanities projects more widely known. CNI also addresses collaboration issues, including those that support projects developed jointly by scholars, librarians, and others in digital scholarship centers.

Recent Publications/Reports/Presentations by CNI Staff

“Digital Scholarship Centers: Trends & Good Practice” (December '14) Authors: Joan Lippincott & Diane Goldenberg-Hart

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“Cultural Memory Organizations in the Digital Age” (December '11) Speaker: Clifford A. Lynch View more information
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“Repatriation, Reconstruction, and Cultural Diplomacy” (January '08) Author: Clifford A. Lynch

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“Uncertain Future for Digital Visual Collections in the University” (August '97) Author: Clifford A. Lynch View more information

 


Recent Project Briefings & Plenary Sessions from CNI Meetings

Archives and Digital Humanities (December '14)

Charlotte Nunes, Southwestern University
Mary W. Elings, University of California at Berkeley
Jen Wolfe, University of Iowa
Paul Soderdahl, University of Iowa
Tom Keegan, University of Iowa

 

Digital Scholarship Centers (December '14)

Joan Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information

 

Hybrid and Fluid by Design: Collective Capacity Building for the Digital Humanities at Penn State (December '14)

Patricia Hswe, The Pennsylvania State University

 

Planning for What’s Next: Growing Skills and Infrastructure for Changing Environments (December '14)

Marianne Ryan, Northwestern University
Geoffrey Swindells, Northwestern University
Chelcie Juliet Rowell, Wake Forest University
Beth Forrest Warner, The Ohio State University
Terry Reese, The Ohio State University

 

The Shelley-Godwin Archive (December '14)

Neil Fraistat, University of Maryland
Raffaele Viglianti, University of Maryland
Trevor Muñoz, University of Maryland
Kirsten Keister, University of Maryland

 


Recent Videos

Trends in Digital Scholarship Centers (November '13) Joan K. Lippincott, Coalition for Networked Information
Harriette Hemmasi, Brown University
Vivian Lewis, McMaster University View more information

 

“Cultural Memory Organizations in the Digital Age” (December '11) Speaker: Clifford A. Lynch View more information
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HyperCities: Using Social Media and GIS to Archive and Map Time Layers in Los Angeles, Berlin, Tehran, Rome, and Cairo (April '11) Todd Presner, University of California Los Angeles View more information
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Beyond Illustration: New Dimensions of 3D Modeling of Cultural Heritage Sites and Monuments (December '09) Bernard Frischer, University of Virginia View more information
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Recent Podcasts

Jan. 18, 2012: Large Datasets, Identity, & New Digital Scholarship (January '12) CNI Conversations Podcast, Jan. 18, 2012

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Sept 6, 2011: CI for Classical Studies, Digital Scholarship Centers, Data Mgt, Cliff’s Summer Reading (September '11) CNI Conversations Podcast, Sept 6, 2011

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June 22, 2011: Digging into Data, Identifiers, Crowdsourcing & Scientific Data (June '11) CNI Conversations Podcast, June 22, 2011

[audio:http://www.cni.org/http://www.cni.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/07/cni20110622.mp3] Audio Recording [28:06 min.]

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