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Digital Humanities

What is Digital Humanities?

Digital humanities is the use of technology to explore traditional humanities disciplines, like art, music, architecture, and literature. Examples of digital humanities projects include:

Read the articles below to learn more about the history of digital humanities:

Digital Humanities Resources

Digital tools for creating digital humanities projects are available in our Digital Humanities Toolkit .

Here is a selected list of digital collections freely available through libraries, museums, and government agencies. If you need help finding primary sources about a specific topic, ask a librarian for assistance.

Publishing & Conferences Resources

Preparing for Publication
Guides students through the steps of preparing to publish, including places to publish.

Style Us Conference
Explore questions and answers about professional conference conventions and etiquette.

Digressions Literary & Art Journal

A student-run literary journal sponsored by the Department of Communication, Media, and the Arts in the Halmos College of Arts and Sciences.