Dr. Lorien Foote, Texas A&M University, and Dr. Andrew Fialka, Middle Tennessee State University present the digital humanities project, Fugitive Federals, in CoDHR’s Humanities Visualization Space (HVS), 433 LAAH, on October 24, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Reception at 2:00 p.m.
Seed Grants – Spring 2019 Semester
The Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR) is supporting the formation of multidisciplinary digital humanities grant-writing grants with grant application submission(s) as the expected outcome. Grant-writing groups may consist of up to five TAMU faculty members and include participants across
DHSI 2019 Fellowships
CoDHR is offering fellowships for Texas A&M University applicants, with preference given to early career scholars (including graduate students) to attend the Digital Humanities Summer Institute held on June 3-7 and 10-14, 2019 at the University of Victoria. For information
Interested in the DH Graduate Certificate?
The Digital Humanities Graduate Certificate at Texas A&M University offers masters or doctoral students who intend to practice in an academic environment, museum, or other cultural institution the opportunity to acquire knowledge of digital tools, theories, and methodologies and to
CoDHR Sites Outage Scheduled for May 22, 2018
The Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR) is moving its databases to a new server on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 from 9:00 am to Noon (Central). As a result, most of CoDHR’s websites (codhr.tamu.edu, hvs.tamu.edu, Programming4HUManists.org, and dhcertificate.tamu.edu) will not
Advanced Research Consortium
The Advanced Research Consortium (ARC) is an organization that oversees and supports several period-specific and thematic digital research environments, visit http://ar-c.org/ for more information.
BigDIVA (Big Data Infrastructure Visualization Application) is a dynamic environment for browsing, searching, and interacting with the ARC (Advanced Research Consortium) catalog. This interface allows users to view all their search results at once rather than paging through endless lists of
DigitalDonne and the Donne Variorum are among the first Digital Humanities projects created by Texas A&M University faculty, students, and staff. The DigitalDonne resources contains interactive digital editions of Donne’s poems, multiple manuscripts, editions of prose works, and more coming
Digital Humanities Certificate Program
This certificate offers masters or doctoral students at Texas A&M who intend to practice in an academic environment, museum, or other cultural institution the opportunity to acquire knowledge of digital tools, theories, and methodologies and to become competent in conducting
Linked Infrastructure for Networked Cultural Scholarship (LINCS)
The Center of Digital Humanities Research (CoDHR, pronounced Coder) is participating in a $5,000,000 grant awarded to Canadian Higher Ed Institutions called the Linked Infrastructure for Networked Cultural Scholarship (LINCS). This grant project addresses the following problem: Humanities scholars have
Syriaca.org: The Syriac Reference Portal
Syriaca.org is a collaborative research project publishling online reference works concerning the culture, history, and literature of Syriac communities from antiquity to the present. The online publications of Syriaca.org serve a broad scholarly audience including students of Middle Eastern studies, classics,
The Cervantes Project
The Cervantes Project, established in 1995 by Director Eduardo Urbina, is the collaborative effort of a team of scholars and software designers to bring together bibliographic, textual, and visual information about the work of Cervantes into an interactive digital edition environment.
The Early Modern OCR Project
The Early Modern OCR Project is an effort, on the one hand, to make access to texts more transparent and, on the other, to preserve a literary cultural heritage. The printing process in the hand-press period (roughly 1475-1800), while systematized to a
TypeWright is a tool for correcting the text-version of a document made up of page images. These text-versions are crucially necessary: they are what enables full-text searching, datamining, preserving, and curating texts of historical importance. Right now, the text running behind