A forum for current research in the digital humanities
With support from the Humanities Division, the Digital Humanities Forum brings together faculty and graduate students from across the campus to discuss the latest in digital methods. Speakers will come from both the UC and outside the university to discuss state-of-the-art research in the field and to help begin a much broader conversation about what this kind of work can bring to humanistic inquiry. The talks are open to the public and lunch is provided. View the forum schedule >>
Past Project Updates
Introduction to Network Analysis and the Sociology of Modernism
Our first collaborative essay has been published in the journal Boundary 2 (Summer, 2013). It offers an introduction and overview of the methodologies we are developing as part of this project, as well as some proof-of-concept arguments that are meant to guide future inquiry.