Digital Humanities Week!

DHWeek

DHWeek is a celebration of the Digital Humanities in New York City and offers opportunities to network and hone your skills in DH.

In particular, do make sure to check out these two workshops led by Columbia Ph.D. student in History, Aaron Plasek, and Columbia Digital Scholarship Coordinator and Affiliate Faculty in English and Comparative Literature, Alex Gil, Ph.D.:

If you are interested in all of the workshops offered during DHWeek, please click on this link! And please email Kimon Keramidas(kimon.keramidas@nyu.edu) with any questions about DH Week

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