Digital Humanities @ Drew.

 

Digital Humanities @ Drew

An Interdisciplinary Initiative

Funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Integrating digital literacy and humanistic inquiry throughout the curriculum
With the support of a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Drew University has undertaken an important new institutional initiative in the Digital Humanities. Recognizing the potential that emerging digital technologies, methods, and pedagogies have to transform and revitalize teaching and learning in the humanities and across the curriculum, we invite faculty, staff, and students to explore the many opportunities this grant affords by applying for funds, participating in teaching and research projects, and joining the Domains of One’s Own initiative.

 

Join us . . . .

Spring 2019

Feb 1: Webinar on Hypothesis with Jeremy Dean, Hypothesis Education Director. 1:30 pm

Feb 11: DEADLINE EXTENDED!! Course-release and mini-grant proposals for Fall 2019. Click here for the application.

Feb 22: Sound and Suspicion. 2:00 pm
Interdisciplinary artist Jack Ryan speaks about his solo exhibition in the Korn Gallery which looks at avant-garde sound production in the '60s and '70s and its ties to governmental agencies interested in the emerging practice for covert purposes.

Mar 1: Applications due for DHSI 2019 Click here for the application.

Mar 20: Data Journalism. 4:00 pm
A panel discussion about data journalism, visualization, and technologies that help find and tell stories with data.

Apr 3: Virtual Reality. 3:45 pm
A conversation with Elizabeth Reede, co-founder of Boulevard, about bringing the arts to life through virtual, augmented and mixed reality