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Boston DH Week at the DSG and NULab

During the week of March 12-16, Northeastern University will join with other local universities to participate in Boston Digital Humanities Week, bringing an array of programming about and for the digital humanities to the greater Boston area. Check out our upcoming on-campus events hosted by the Digital Scholarship Group and the NULab for Texts, Maps  Continue Reading »

17 New Texts (!) in Women Writers Online

Sarah Connell, Project Manager on the Women Writers Project, passed along this exciting announcement. Since 1986, The Women Writers Project has been committed to ensuring that texts written by women in the early modern period are digitized and accessible to contemporary audiences. Northeastern is privileged to host one of the oldest projects in the field of digital  Continue Reading »

“Day of DH” with the Digital Scholarship Group (#DayofDH)

Hi! Jim McGrath, Digital Scholarship Group Coordinator, here. Given that today is #DayofDH (which you can learn more about here and on Twitter via the hashtags #DayofDH and #dayofDH2015), I thought it would be fun to have some of the various members of our Digital Scholarship Group team write about what they’ve been up to today. As you’ll see,  Continue Reading »

DH Open Office Hours: Spring 2015!

Digital Humanities Open Office Hours for the Spring 2015 semester begin on Wednesday, January 21st (from 2pm-3pm). Interested in digital humanities? Not sure what DH is all about? Curious about what cool digital projects Northeastern’s faculty and students are hard at work on? Stop by! We meet weekly in the Digital Scholarship Commons. Important programming  Continue Reading »

Up and Running

After several months of planning, the Digital Scholarship Group is looking forward to our first full academic year of operation. We’ve spent the summer preparing ourselves and we are excited to offer a range of services and events to support digital research and scholarship at Northeastern, in the Boston-area community, and beyond. This fall we  Continue Reading »

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