The Digital Humanities Initiative website at Duke soft-launched on August 18, 2016. We are continuing to develop the project profiles and other resources on the site, but it is exciting to see it in place. Tremendous credit goes to the DH Klatch group, a team of mostly Duke staff from around campus who have been working hard on identifying the different strands of DH on campus, developing training and support services, and thinking through some of the tough questions on how we do scholarly work in the digital age. Kudos too to Trinity Technology Services for pulling it together over the summer, teasing out of our complex imaginings something that is usable and extensible. We will be officially launching it at a public reception at the Franklin Humanities Institute as part of the Fall 2016 DHI kickoff and introduction of the new PhD Lab Fellows.
- SIGGRAPH 2016 and the Digital Arts Community Committee
- NCCU-Duke Digital Humanities Fellows Program